The school board voted and approved the new policy earlier this week.
For District Administrator Mike Richie, this is a way to stay proactive, helping both parents and students to avoid drug addiction.
"If there is a problem how we can prevent that problem, how can we get students to realize that this problem can only get worse as they get older and continue into the work force," said Richie.
"I think we're going above and beyond, and I think that we need to help and assist parents this is a problem that exists all over, it's not just a Northern Wisconsin problem."
To Richie this is a collaborative effort.
Students will only be put into the pool to be randomly tested if they and their parents both opt into the policy and sign the permission form.
Forms for parents and students to opt into the policy will be sent out within the next couple of weeks.