YES Featured on KOMO News Juuling/Vaping Segment
Last night, YES was featured on KOMO News in an investigative piece on Juuling/vaping. Reporter, Molly Shen, did a wonderful job sharing information about Juuling to parents and teens, while representing YES well. YES’ very own Cathleen Leader did great, encouraging parents to talk with their children. Also Alex Edwards, who you may recolonize as our 2018 client speaker at our Invest in Youth Breakfast, did a wonderful job sharing a student’s perspective on the issue.
If you have a moment please watch the short 3 minute segment and, share with your friends and families.
Dangerous teen trend: JUULing at school
BELLEVUE, Wash. — The Food and Drug Administration is now cracking down on a popular e-cigarette brand. And even if you haven’t heard of JUUL, chances are any middle or high school student in your life knows exactly what it is. Teenagers are using them in school parking lots, bathrooms, even classrooms.
“It’s the new high school thing. Everyone’s got the JUUL,” said Jordan Woods at Rain City Vape. Woods says he regularly kicks teens younger than 18 years old out of the store and confiscates fake ID’s.