Youthful mistake can follow one for life
I would like to comment on St. Viator alcohol testing. The testing will be done by an outside company. How will the test results be recorded, and sent back to the school? Email? Fax? Phone call? All of the electronic means of communication are monitored by your friendly government.
They monitor private emails, cellphone calls, Google searches and all personal data such as parking receipts, travel itineraries, bookstore purchases, etc. At the Utah Data Center at Bluffdale. This is a very large storage facility exceeding one million square feet, the size of six Walmart Supercenters, to be completed later this year.
Once your child's drug and alcohol test is recorded between the school, the testing company and the federal government it will never be deleted. It will be available to his/her college choice, job interview, medical records which may keep them from getting a job they want. There are many other examples where this mark, could hurt, military service, FBI, CIA, running for political office, teaching children, nursing etc. Or paying a very high premium for car or health insurance.
You and I know that the government will not remove that from their records. They will never be told why they didn't get the job or pay such a high premium for insurance. Even police don't always remove a minor's mistakes from their records. Personally, I would not want my child's mistake in high school where most of them are made to follow him through out his life.
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