Berkeley, Michigan – If you have children in high school, they or someone they know may be using e-cigarettes, and many students confirmed it in the latest National Youth Tobacco Survey.
Over 2.1 million American A high school student reported using e-cigarettes. That’s over her 14% of all high school students.
More than a quarter of students who use e-cigarettes say they smoke e-cigarettes every day. His 85% of youth e-cigarette users chose flavor flavors, with fruit flavors being the most popular, followed by candy or sweet his flavors.
Berkeley High School aims to discourage e-cigarette use in schools by installing sensors in bathrooms. The school board approved the idea and bought it months ago.
Principal Andy Meloche describes the Halo smart sensor as follows: smoke alarm Also carbon monoxide detector. vapor Silent alarms to notify staff and management from e-cigarettes or other device trips.
“I understand that some students are in the wrong place at the wrong time, but some students will be smoking e-cigarettes,” Meloche said. “When that happens, the consequences can range from out-of-school suspensions to in-school suspensions, or meetings with administrators and their parents, in accordance with our Code of Conduct.”
Meloche assures us that the technology does not include a camera.he also said that they Auckland Schools Technical Campus An administrator who installed a similar sensor two years ago.
“They have had some success as they smoke less e-cigarettes and more students feel more comfortable and safer in that environment,” Meloche said.
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