Students at Madison High School are pushing the county’s board of education to install new technology to curb a growing health threat within the school and across the district. A collection of student government representatives urged the board at their Dec. 16 meeting to purchase vaping detectors for the school’s bathrooms. The student panel offered a glimpse of how e-cigarettes are impacting every day on campus, even for those who stay away from the tobacco substitute. They said in-class bathroom breaks are now limited and stops between classes can lead to lateness with so many students using bathrooms to get their fix.
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