What MUSD Schools Are Doing About E-Cigarettes
Marana schools are committed to quality learning environments and the health and well-being of our students. Schools include information about e-cigarettes with secondary students of acceptable and unacceptable behaviors. Other steps schools take to combat the use of e-cigarettes:
- Education in counseling services, student assemblies, health and prevention activities
- Teachers and administrators are on high alert for e-cigarette products such as JUULs
- Discipline is combined with a PBIS and health component
- Communication with families and staff
- Enforcing our policy and the law
In the state of Arizona, it is illegal for individuals under the age of 18 to purchase. In addition to the health risks associated with vaping, students caught vaping or in possession of vaping paraphernalia at school will be subject to disciplinary action according to the Marana Unified School District Comprehensive Discipline Policy up to and including expulsion. If a student possesses or uses an illegal substance in conjunction with vaping or vaping paraphernalia, a referral will be made to local law enforcement.