By ROBERT A. DEFRANK Times Leader Staff Writer MORRISTOWN — Union Local School District is looking for community input as it forms a new drug testing policy. Superintendent Ben Porter told the board of education Thursday that a public meeting on the matter is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. March 11 at the high school commons. “We will be having an open discussion in terms of drug testing policy — drug testing for students. We’ve discussed this on prior years, and we’d really like to get student input and community and parent input,” he said. “We’d like to share our ideas and get feedback at that time … and obviously be open to any ideas they might have.” Porter said the policy would coincide with student membership in the Belmont County Staying Clean drug-free clubs, in which many students participate. “Right now, we currently work through the drug-free club of Belmont County, which is a great organization doing great things,” high school Principal Zac Shutler said. “We really would like to continue with that. Really it’s about prevention. It’s about information, and it’s about giving parents a chance to help their kids if they do have an issue, and also our students who aren’t u...