The Instructor: Michael Woodroof
Vaping is BIG BUSINESS, and our kids are the target. The drug culture is propagated by social media as well as EASY ONLINE ACCESS to vape devices, “vape juice”, and other liquefied drugs.
This class will reveal the vape industry’s strategy to market their addictive product to teens and how parents and educators can counter their deceptive message with science-based fact. It is illegal to sell vaping devices to minors. How are teens acquiring these devices? Students, in large numbers, are purchasing vapes from online stores. You will learn how underaged students are purchasing vaping devices online and how to stop it from happening in your home.
Whether you are a parent, relative, or neighbor, we invite you to learn about this FAST GROWING trend and what you can do to help our children stay drug-free. Suitable for students and parents to attend together.
• The trajectory of vaping technology
• Why a high percentage of teens are vaping
• Physical and health effects of nicotine and vape liquid
• How to talk to your child about using vaping devices
• Practical steps to help prevent children from acquiring vaping devices
Children and are allowed to attend with their parents.
Michael Woodroof began his law enforcement career in 2003 as a Deputy Sheriff for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. He has served as a School Resource Officer, Community Drug Education Instructor, GRIP (Gang Reduction Intervention Partnership) Deputy, school threat assessment team member, and as a Sergeant in the Custody Operations Command.
Clay Cranford’s book, Parenting in the Digital World, will be available for sale at the event. $20.00 (cash or credit card).