Your kid may get in trouble if he brings his vaping device to school.
Blair Oaks Superintendent Jim Jones says e-cigarettes are now on the school’s banned list, just like a regular cigarette.
“Our job is to just do our best to educate students and adults.”
Jones says that students and even their parents saw vaping devices as a safe alternative to cigarettes. But he says the research is showing they present a health risk.
Gov. Parson and other state officials announced more details about an anti-youth vaping campaign on Monday.