No matter what you call it - vaping, Juul-ing, e-cigarettes – or how harmless the devices may seem, let’s clear the air: these are dangerous devices not permitted in schools.
CCSD takes vaping as seriously as any other tobacco product or marijuana, and the repercussions to a student’s health and school record are not worth risking. A 2018 national study released reported 1 in 5 high school students have tried vaping.
The majority of student disciplinary tribunals held by CCSD so far this school year have been focused on vaping and distribution of vaping devices and oils, with punishments as tough as expulsion.
Learn more about vaping and its dangers by reading our factsheet "Clearing the Air on Vaping’s Dangers" -- and please share it with the children and teens you care about it!