Pubdate: Thu, 02 Sep 1999
Date: 09/02/1999
Source: Tribune, The  (CA)
Author: Chester Daminiski

I am relieved to see that the Templeton School Board is finally doing
someting about the terrible drug problem at the high school by
budgeting in random drug testing of athletes. They are now considering
a visiting drug-sniffing dog. Although this is a start, much more must
be done.

How about:

A wiretap on public phones on campus; surveillance cameras in hallways
and bathrooms; see-through plexiglass lockers; undercover DEA agents
masquerading as students; metal detectors at all entrances to campus;
visiting interrogation experts; mandatory polygraph testing for all
members of the drill team; machine-gun towers.

Or maybe we could just send a paranoia-sniffing dog to the next
Templeton School Board meeting.

Chester Daminski,