The kids at Valencia High in Southern California are speaking out against high school drug use, and they have created a drug free club.
The club features special extracurricular activities and the only rule is that kids agree to undergo random drug testing.
About 30 kids have signed in to the club.
Santa Clarita Valley has had its share of drug problems. There have numerous heroin and opiate related deaths the last few years. It’s a trend everybody wants to reduce.
Parents, school administrators, and the sheriff’s department have been working together with community groups to spread the anti-drug message.
You can read more about this club and the community’s efforts in the Los Angeles Times story HERE.