Rural Arkansas school among first to install vaping detectors

FULTON COUNTY, Ark. — As concerns about youth vaping continue to plague the country and the state, one small school district in north Arkansas is doing something about it. The Salem School District recently installed vaping detectors at the high school. This rural school is among the first in the state to do so. The devices, which cost about $1,000 each, detect particles that are released during vaping.


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