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Terri-Lynn Longpre, of the Cumberland Prevention Coalition, demonstrates how vaping products and drugs can be made to look like everyday items during a town hall meeting in the Cumberland High School cafeteria on Jan. 16. (Breeze photos by Jessica Picard)

CHS educates parents about harm of growing student trend

By JESSICA PICARD, Valley Breeze Contributing Writer

CUMBERLAND – Scott Carpenter, a dean of students at Cumberland High School, coughed into his arm to demonstrate how easy it is for students to hide electronic cigarette, or “vape,” use in class.

“The teacher would have to be looking directly at them in order to see it,” he explained.

About 50 parents and community members gathered in the Cumberland High School cafeteria on Jan. 16 to learn more about the trend of “vaping,” and how to start a conversation with their children on the topic.

“Our concern is that we are seeing an increasing trend in vaping. We thought it was important that we share with parents what we are seeing,” said Supt. Robert Mitchell.

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