‘It’s Rampant’: Chatfield High School Tackles E-Cigarette Use Among Students

‘It’s Rampant’: Chatfield High School Tackles E-Cigarette Use Among Students


HIS FRIENDS HOME SURVIVED IN PARADISE FOUND A HORSE IN THE POOL. THE WATER IN THAT POOL SAVED THE HORSE. HE UNHOOKED THE POOL COVER AND PULLED THE HORSE OUT OF THE SHALLOW END. E-CIGARETTE MAKER JUUL SAID THEY WILL TEMPORARY POLE — WILL TEMPORARILY PULL SOME OF THEIR PRODUCTS. IT IS A TROUBLING TREND, KIDS AND VAPING. Reporter: FEDERAL REGULATORS USE THE TERM, EPIDEMIC LEVELS. WHEN WE WENT TO A HIGH SCHOOL CAT — HIGH SCHOOL CLASS IN LITTLETON THAT EDUCATES TEENAGERS ON KICKING THE HABIT. STRESS IS HUMAN. Reporter: HE IS TEACHING TEENAGERS HOW TO RELAX. THINK ABOUT YOUR BREATHING. Reporter: THE SUBJECT IS UNUSUAL. THE STUDENTS IDENTITIES ARE CONFIDENTIAL. WITH TROPICAL FOREST SOUNDS AND THE SCENT OF LAVENDER, NINTH AND 10th GRADERS WORK ON STRATEGIES TO STOP SMOKING CIGARETTES. HOW DO YOU CALM THAT 3 TO 5 MINUTES WHERE YOUR HAIR IS ON FIRE AND YOU WANT NICOTINE? Reporter: HE RUNS THE SCHOOL’S NOT ON TOBACCO PROGRAM. DANIEL SAYS THAT NOWADAYS THESE SMALL, EASY TO BUY ELECTRONIC DEVICES ARE THE NORM. ACCORDING TO A CDC SURVEY, A QUARTER OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS SAY THEY VAPE. IT IS RAMPANT. Reporter: OLIVIA RIDDLE STARTED VAPING AT 15. IT MADE ME FIT IN AND FEEL COOL. Reporter: THE PROGRAM HELPED HER QUIT. I HARDLY THINK ABOUT IT. Reporter: NOW SHE HELPS DANIEL’S COUNSEL. CONTROL THE START OF YOUR DAY, CONTROL THE END OF YOUR DAY. Reporter: TODAY’S SESSION BEGINS WITH DOUGHNUTS AND CARROTS. WITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT THINGS TAKE TIME. THIS YEAR JEFFCO SCHOOLS IS COVERING THE HIGH SCHOOL — COVERING THE PLAN FOR 10 HIGH SCHOOLS. THEY ARE TAKING IT YEAR BY YEAR.

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