For the children. It’s all for the children and it’s just a big coincidence that the boss’s brother runs a drug testing company. Why do you hate the children?
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One of the big news items this week has to do with St. Edward High School, St. Ignatius High School and Gilmour Academy all kicking off a mandatory drug-testing program for their students in the fall. It’s an interesting story because no other schools in Northeast Ohio presently test their students for drug use.
Another interesting point of fact is that the president and CEO of Massachusetts-based Psychemedics – the company that will be conducting the tests – is Raymond Kubacki, brother of St. Edward High School President James Kubacki. The former is a St. Ignatius grad himself and a member of that school’s athletic hall of fame.
Since 1991, Raymond Kubacki has helmed Psychemedics, and he’s now posting $7+ million in revenue on a quarterly basis.