After hearing that it’s a problem even with some elementary students, the Hamburg School District’s school board voted Monday to change district policy to make sure students aren’t vaping on campus.

Superintendent Tracy Streeter introduced a policy update regarding tobacco products and vaping devices to the board at its regular meeting

“We do have a policy that is a Hamburg School District policy that we have gone back and looked at…that we just felt like we needed to update, if you will,” Streeter said. “So Ms. (Tricia) Johnson pulled the building principals together for consistency purposes and I’m really proud of what they’ve come up with.”

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