Tracy Van Beek lifts up a bed as she and other parents look for hidden drugs in a model girl’s bedroom at Weston High on Thursday, Jan. 19, in Arlington. Van Beek and other parents and kids attended the “Not in My House!” event, put on by the Arlington Drug Awareness Coalition. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Parents learn to find kids’ drugs and spot signs of use

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