The possession, sale, purchase, distribution, or use of tobacco or nicotine products on school grounds, at school-sponsored events, or on school transportation by any person under the age of 21. Tobacco incidents cannot be Drug-related. WWW.FLDOE.ORG/SAFE-SCHOOLS/SESIR-DISCIPLINE-DATA/TOBACCO.STML
There is a common misconception that vaping is completely harmless. The truth is, vaping is not safe, especially for teens and young adults. Research shows that 66 percent of teens think their vaping instrument only contains flavored liquid. What many don’t understand is that these liquids may also contain toxic substances such as formaldehyde, diacetyl, and acrolein. Inhaling these chemicals can significantly harm their lungs.
Keys AHEC can provide you with Local In-person, Web, or Phone Support. If you are ready to quit smoking and want to learn more or discuss enrolling into one of their programs . Youth are accepted with parental consent.
(305)743-7111 Extension 205
Keys AHEC Zoom Schedule
CATCH MY BREATH
Evidence based vape prevention program coming soon to Keys Schools 2022-2023
For more information:
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The aerosol emitted can also contain other harmful substances, including heavy metals such as lead, volatile organic compounds, and cancer-causing agents.
Some resemble pens, USB sticks, and other everyday items. Larger devices such as tank systems, or “mods,” do not resemble other tobacco products.
E-cigarettes typically deliver nicotine, a harmful drug to the youth brain and body. Teens are particularly vulnerable to the effects of nicotine since the brain is still developing during these years and through young adulthood.