Student Health

Read: Wilson High School Removes Bathroom Stall Doors to Combat Vaping

Wilson High School Removes Bathroom Stall Doors to Combat Vaping

The Alabama high school decided to remove the doors from bathroom stalls after a student was found passed out in the bathroom from vaping.

Read: Michigan Becomes First State to Ban Flavored E-Cigarettes

Michigan Becomes First State to Ban Flavored E-Cigarettes

Governor Gretchen Whitmer says the state of Michigan will prohibit online and retail sales of flavored tobacco vaping products.

Read: Indiana Awards $19 Million in School Safety Grants

Indiana Awards $19 Million in School Safety Grants

Funding went to several areas of school safety including SROs, technology, mental health support and active event warning systems.

Read: Safe2Say Something Reveals Student Safety Concerns in P.A. Schools

Safe2Say Something Reveals Student Safety Concerns in P.A. Schools

Through the Safe2Say Something program, it’s easy and confidential to report safety concerns to help prevent violence in schools.

Read: Oregon Students Can Take Mental Health Days from School

Oregon Students Can Take Mental Health Days from School

The new law allows students to take days off from school to focus on their mental and behavioral health, not just physical issues.

Read: 3 Ways You Can and Should Support Gender Diverse Students

3 Ways You Can and Should Support Gender Diverse Students

Familiarizing yourself with common terminology and inclusive language is just one way to ensure gender diverse students feel safe and supported.

Read: Providing Multi-Tiered Mental Health Support After a School Tragedy

Providing Multi-Tiered Mental Health Support After a School Tragedy

For schools that choose to bring in community mental health professionals following a tragedy, there are two critical factors that must be considered.

Read: New York No Longer Allows Religious Exemptions for Vaccines

New York No Longer Allows Religious Exemptions for Vaccines

The law goes into effect immediately but will give unvaccinated students up to 30 days after they enter school to prove they’re caught up.

Read: Thousands of U.S. Kindergarteners Unvaccinated, Most Without Waivers

Thousands of U.S. Kindergarteners Unvaccinated, Most Without Waivers

While some unvaccinated students provide waivers, the majority show up to school with no reason for lacking their vaccinations.

Read: Therapy Dogs Featured in Marjory Stoneman Douglas Yearbook

Therapy Dogs Featured in Marjory Stoneman Douglas Yearbook

Fourteen therapy dogs were brought in to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School following last year’s mass shooting.

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