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Use of vaping products by youth is on the rise. While there are unknowns and misconceptions surrounding the health effects, the increased experimentation and use by young people is a concern among educators and public health officials.
Below are some resources for parents, teachers and the public, created by Fraser Health, the B.C. Lung Association and Vancouver Coastal Health:
Surrey Schools and Fraser Health have also partnered to deliver public information presentations about vaping. Two sessions remain:
A PDF version of the PowerPoint presentation from the sessions is available HERE for those unable to attend a presentation.
Surrey Schools has also developed a parent brochure about electronic cigarettes.
District policy #7214 Smoke Free Environment addresses vaping in or on school property.