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Hidden vaping devices make detecting vapes even harder in schools

Under the new leadership of Baldwinsville principal Chris Denton, CW Baker High School is added something to its code of conduct that they’ve never had to before – rules on vaping.

“First offense, students will be required to take a vape education online course that they will take here in school. So that they are made aware and reminded consistently of what the dangers are,” Denton says.

Vaping in school is becoming more and more popular, according to school resource officer Martin Knaul.

He has been a police officer for 27 years and says the number of vaping items he takes away from students is getting out of control.

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