Texas school district changes its dress code to stop school children from vaping

Texas school district changes its dress code and bans long sleeve tops to stop school children from vaping and hiding the smoke Channing Independent School District will make students show their forearms   'They got to pull them up two or three inches above the wrist' a spokesman says The school district stopped short of an outright ban on hoodies  But staff will also monitor bathrooms between classes to stop the trend  Students found vaping on school property also face suspension  Juul says they are 'developing new technology to further limit youth access'

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Published: 23:48 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 23:48 GMT, 1 March 2019

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A Texas school district has said it has changed its dress code and banned long sleeve tops to stop school children from vaping and then hiding the smoke. 

Channing Independent School District updated their policy so that teachers can see student's forearms after a spike in the number of e-cigarettes on campus. 

The school district stopped short of an outright ban on hoodies but staff will also monitor bathrooms between classes, ABC7 reports. 

Robert McClain, Superintendent Channing ISD said: 'We found a couple of juuls that are like vape pens and confiscated them.

'We went to the internet trying to figure out, 'okay how big a problem is this?'

Channing Independent School District has changed its dress code and banned long sleeve tops to stop school children from vaping and then hiding the smoke

Channing Independent School District has changed its dress code and banned long sleeve tops to stop school children from vaping and then hiding the smoke

Robert McClain, Superintendent Channing ISD, said they took the action to stop students from smoking at school

The district updated their policy so that teachers can see student's forearms after a spike in the number of e-cigarettes on campus

Robert McClain, Superintendent Channing ISD, said they took the action to stop students from smoking at school. The district updated their policy so that teachers can see student's forearms after a spike in the number of e-cigarettes on campus

After discovering just how widespread the problem is and how the smoke can be hidden by exhaling into

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