Parents are invited to learn more about the dangers of vaping. The talk is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on September 4 in the Nolensville High Performing Arts Center.
The event’s speaker is Michelle Fiscus, Deputy Medical Director of the Division of Family Health & Wellness at the Tennessee Department of Health. With more than 40 percent of Tennessee high school students reporting they have used an electronic nicotine delivery device, Fiscus wants to make sure that parents are as informed as possible so they can have a conversation with their students.
“We recognize a significant increase in the number of teens vaping,” said NHS Assistant Principal Katherine Burgun. “We want parents to know what these devices look like, understand the dangers of these devices and talk about it with their children.”