In an apparent case of first impression, a common pleas court judge has ruled that it is not unconstitutional for a school to force students to undergo drug testing in order to participate in activities or receive a parking permit.

In Theodore v. Delaware Valley School District, PICS Case No. 99-1518 (C.P. Pike July 21, 1999) Thomson, J. (31 pages), Pike County Common Pleas Judge Harold Thomson said there was not much in the way of judicial precedence from either Pennsylvania or other jurisdictions.

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