The feedback has been nothing but positive as the Napoleon school district moves closer to voting on a new drug policy for students. Superintendent Steve Fogo has met with parents, students in grades 7 through 12, and provided information through social media, to explain more about how the program would work. There is also an example of the proposed drug testing policy on the Napoleon school district website. The drug testing would be for students in athletics and other extra curricular programs. The plan is to have the policy ready to implement for the start of the new school-year in August. The Napoleon Area School Board of Education will likely vote on the drug testing policy at the next meeting on Monday, April 16th. The program is estimated to cost between 18,000 to $20,000 each year, and would be paid from the general fund.