High School PRO Warns Students of Dangers of Vaping

By Jean A. Flanagan
Moorefield Examiner

If your teenager constantly smells like mint or fruit, they may be vaping without your knowledge.

Vaping, or smoking electronic cigarettes has become such an issue at East Hardy High School, the administration has removed the doors from the bathrooms.

“The problem is, they don’t even have to go to the bathroom,” said Hardy County Sheriff’s Deputy and East Hardy Prevention Resource Officer Alicia Sanders. “Students are concealing the smoking devices in their clothing, blowing the vapor back into their sleeve and no one is the wiser. It’s so easy to do. It only takes a second.”

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