An Oklahoma school district is hoping to prevent vaping in its bathrooms by installing new sensors. The Thomas-Fay-Custer school district installed 16 sensors in the district’s junior and senior high school bathrooms. Two sensors were installed per bathroom. It’s making a huge impact. “We needed to take a stance, kind of like what we do with tobacco,” said Rob Royalty, Superintendent of the Thomas-Fay-Custer School District.
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