In the state of New Mexico in the United States, Cueva High School staff are now required to test each vaporizer to see if students are vaporizing e-liquid or cannabis. A situation that is likely to be repeated more and more, especially in places where cannabis is legal.
In Albuquerque, New Mexico, Cueva High School has taken drastic measures to ensure that students do not use cannabis vaporizers on school grounds.
According to the local news station " KRQE“Those in charge of this school who were not satisfied with the persistent use of vaporizers on campus are even less satisfied since they discovered that they could also be used to vaporize marijuana.
Using instant cannabis testing, administrators now open each vaporizer to test its contents.
« These are plastic test tubes, you pour the liquid from the vaporizer inside and shake. If it changes to a certain color you know it's positive " , said Dana Lee, director of Cueva High School.
«A few years ago our advisor presented us with a Powerpoint that described how e-cigarettes could be used for marijuana. Instead of nicotine, they use marijuana oil “, Added Lee. " And as it is publicly accepted around the world, the students started to bring them here »
If the director declared to have used testing kits, she did not want to reveal if some had returned positive for marijuana. Note that if a student is caught, he is excluded for three days, has a 45-day suspension from all extracurricular activities and also has an appointment with the Albuquerque Police Department.
For some parents of La Cueva students, this new vaporizer screening rule is a bit too invasive.
«I wouldn't want them to catch my kid with this at schoolSaid Michelle Hamrick, a KRQE housewife. " However, as a concerned parent, I would be happy if they would contact me for a test if my child is taken.. "
Source : Merryjane.com/