Students found using e-cigarettes within school premises will face a novel repercussion.

During the previous academic year, local school students were directed to the Nueces County Courthouse when apprehended with vaping devices. However, their obligation to report in the current year extends beyond the courthouse. As outlined in Senate Bill 428, students in Texas discovered possessing or using vape products or e-cigarettes within school premises could now be relocated from their campus to their district's disciplinary alternative...
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