Health and Wellness For Our Schools
JBI – Providing Real-Time Vaping Solutions
Virtually every high school and middle school in America has a vaping problem.
- 1 in 5 high school students are either currently vaping or have used an e-cigarette at some point.
- According toa CDC study, current e-cigarette use among high school students increased from 1.5% (220,000 students) in 2011 to 20.8% (3.05 million students) in 2018 and has continued to increase substantially. Statements are being made that over 60% of high schools students are involved or were involved in vaping in 2022. I rapid increase, suspected of the social changes in society due to the COVID lockdowns and lockouts.
- Flavored pods is one of the main reasons why e-cigarettes now appeal to young students. Appealing in flavor and resistant to the exposures to smoking
- And vaping is prohibited on school grounds and legally prohibited by state law of under 18 or 21 of age.
JBI’s solution uses specialized sensors to detect vaping in hidden areas, with real-time monitoring that alerts school officials for quick intervention, and also provide education programs for prevention.
FlySense Vape Detection Testimonial
Shawn Crouch from Warsaw R IX School District discusses their district’s vaping issues and resolution. They tested multiple vape detection options before choosing FlySense vape detectors, which has since helped deter middle school and high school students from vaping on school property.