SUTHERLIN — Sutherlin students will have to pass a drug test beginning next year to participate in extracurricular activities, a requirement administrators hope motivates teens to stay clean. Students in seventh through 12th grades who play sports or take part in activities such as FFA, Future Business Leaders of America and student government will be tested for marijuana and other illicit drugs, according to a policy adopted by the school board last month. Sutherlin will be the first district in Douglas County to drug test students. Two other county school districts, South Umpqua and Winston-Dillard, are considering it. The U.S. …
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