Administration Cracks Down On Juuling


Drawn by Stormy Drillen

Amber Ashworth, Reporter

As of Monday, Feb. 3, Corpus Christi Police will issue citations to any student who is in possession of, or caught juuling/vaping at CHS.

According to an announcement sent to students and parents from CHS Administration, “protecting our children from the dangers of cigarettes, e-cigarettes and tobacco is a vital task requiring constant awareness and continuous effort on the part of parents and school officials.”

Assistant Principal Beverly Barker’s first priority is to keep students safe and she says that juuling has become an epidemic at school.

“We want parents to understand the severity of vaping,” Barker said. “It is highly addictive.”

Parents of CHS students are glad to see that the school is vigilant to end juuling on campus.

“I agree with the precautions they’re taking,” parent Cathy Hobbs said.  “I’m against juuling and what it does to the students.”