Caught a student Juuling in class....

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  1. Pi-R-Squared

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    Here’s what happened.....

    2 students at the back and I see vapor. classic Juul vapor.... they go to the office. I’m in there with AP and P with both students. They both deny. Sent the 2nd student out. 1st one alone continues to deny. Sent the 1st one out and 2nd one comes in. 2nd one says the 1st one puffed and blew smoke out but 2nd didn’t take a hit. What I saw was the 1st blowing smoke so his story agrees with mine. Sent the 2nd one back to class. 1st one back into the office and he continues to deny even though the 2nd told a different story. Later talked to the AP and he said he couldn’t find the device so the 1st one couldn’t be punished..... I believe the AP and P believe my story but it ticks me off that a student can just boldface lie to a P......... argh.... this makes me angry.....
     
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  3. MrsC

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    Ahhh....so much fun!

    We had a few Grade 8 boys vaping in the change room after Phys Ed one day last year; they couldn't figure out how anyone knew. One of the same boys would keep his device in the pocket of his hoodie and fidget with it. I tried to make the argument (and lost) that we wouldn't let him have a cigarette in his pocket, so why should he be allowed that. It's an epidemic.
     
  4. futuremathsprof

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    I love my school because we have police dogs that search the school at random once a month and if a student is caught in possession with one of these, then they are expelled instantly. It’s the way it should be.
     
  5. Ms.Holyoke

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    We had 8th graders smoking marijuana today...
     
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    That’s just great... What became of it?
     
  7. Ms.Holyoke

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    It was during MCAS. We had a shelter in place. Not sure what they did with the kids.
     
  8. futuremathsprof

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    Hopefully, the police were called and/or the student was removed from the school. Maybe even permanently.
     
  9. Pi-R-Squared

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    Gotcha beat!! Mine are 7th graders... well, one of them was held back twice....
     
  10. Ms.Holyoke

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    They called the police but I doubt the kids will be expelled...probably just suspended.
     
  11. Pi-R-Squared

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    Private school? I guess it’s easy to expel from private but it’s pretty hard to expel students from public school. At least, that’s what I hear!
     
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    Yes, private. Isn’t there a system in place by which you can expel a student? Committing crimes is not one of those criterion for expulsion?
     
  13. Aces

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    One of our 11th graders attempted to stab another student with a broken plastic ruler. He was arrested, charges pending... He was stupid about it though. He literally waited until lunch time with our resource officer LITERALLY LOOKING AT HIM.

    Edit: I should add this was around Dec
     
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    Pffff........rookies.

    We have grade school kids touching each other inappropriately and adults claiming how "cute" it is.
     
  15. whizkid

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    Our middle schoolers actually "take to another level".
     
  16. whizkid

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    Just do like our administration does.......give em a day in ISS!
     
  17. futuremathsprof

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    Oh. My. God.
     
  18. futuremathsprof

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    Sounds like some pretty useless administrators.
     
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    I think that is excellent that he was arrested! And even better that charges are pending. Be-a-u-ti-ful!
     
  20. TeacherNY

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    I clicked on this wondering what the heck juuling was. I'm wondering what the parents of these special snowflakes have to say.
     
  21. JimG

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    I don’t think police dogs are trained to detect nicotine vaping devices.
     
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    Juuling/vaping is a huge issue for us here (large suburban public high school, Northern California). It's really hard to detect because the vapor is usually odorless. I have never seen vapor in my class and would FREAK THE F OUT if a kid tried that on me. I do have students who always have to "go to the bathroom" around the same time and I have my suspicions, but no proof. It's scary because they can put other substances in there besides nicotine and there is really no way to detect it. We have a part-time School Resource Officer, but no drug dogs. And, yes, it is possible to expel a kid for drugs, but it has to be a major offense, like intent to sell/dealing. Simple possession is usually five days' suspension (aka vacation). It's a huge problem.
     
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    A month ago, a student asked me if I Juuled. I had no idea what he was talking about, decided I misheard him say "Bejeweled", and told him I didn't have that app on my phone.
     
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  24. futuremathsprof

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    Hahaha! Oh my goodness, this is funny! Love it!
     

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