MIDLAND, MI — A high school in mid-Michigan is aiming to prevent students from vaping in school bathrooms with a device that detects the activity like a smoke detector. At the beginning of the school year, Midland High School installed the HALO inside its bathrooms. The device can detect a vapor, loud noise, THC and gunpowder, according to school officials. “We started with a pilot program at the start of the year at Midland High bathrooms,” said Superintendent Michael Sharrow. “In the next few weeks, all of our secondary buildings bathrooms will have them.”
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