Do you vape or juul? Do you know anyone that does? Studies say that 20-40% of highschool students have tried a vape or e-cigarettes. It is becoming an epidemic and is important for students to know the dangers of it. Many students experiance peer pressure to try tobacco or nicotine. You may have heard or seen students using a juul or vape at school, or at home. Tobacco and nicotine products are being displayed everywhere, targetting teenagers. Here is an example of what you should do if you see someone using or trying to get another students to use.
Hey! What are you doing with that? Give it! My office, both of you! NOW!
Just try it. It's not bad for you. One hit won't hurt you!
Listen to him! You don't want to embaress yourself do you? Just do it!
You shouldn't do that! You know better! Do you really want to ruin your life by looking "cool?"
What were you doing with that? Don't you know how bad that is for you?
Students who use any type of drug on school grounds will have punishments. Jackson Heights has a strict policy on drug use. The first time you are caught you have a one day OSS. After that your consequences will rise. Check your schools handbook to see what you are risking next time you think about using in school. Using tabacoo and nicotine products can affect your physical and mental health. It can and will affect your repuation too.