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Prank Results in High School Students Bringing Urine Samples to School for Drug Tests

Port Angeles students pranked in a big way
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Students in Port Angeles, Washington are being told it was all big joke.

School officials have been trying to reach as many students as possible, according to the Associated Press.

 

PORT ANGELES, Wash. (AP) — The Port Angeles School District is telling students not to bring urine samples to school. The district sent letters home to parents this week telling them to ignore prank calls. KONP reports the calls told some students they needed to provide a urine sample to test for marijuana.

 

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