SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. Through the halls at Freeman High School, something is watching, or rather smelling to make sure kids and teens aren’t vaping. “We’ve seen a huge increase in students using vape products, and we’re concerned,” Freeman School District Superintendent Randy Russell said. Freeman School District has installed vaping detectors and Russell said they are part of a program that they launched earlier in the school year.
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