Vaping in schools on rise, CMCSS turns to ‘smart’ sensors in bathrooms

Vaping has continued to grow as a problem in Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools, putting teens at risk for developing nicotine addictions and potential health problems. “We have seen an increase of students vaping, and a lot of it has been tobacco (nicotine), but kids have gone to some other things as well. It’s been more of a thing this year than it was last year for sure,” Rosalyn Evans, CMCSS director of high schools, told Clarksville Now.

 

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