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Dear John Jay Middle and High School Families,
Between 2011 and 2015, the U.S. Surgeon General found e-cigarette use among high school students increased by 900 percent, with more teens now using e-cigarettes than traditional tobacco products. – Surgeon General’s Report 2016
Vaping or the use of e-cigarettes among adolescents continues to be a significant concern for all of us. In the report cited above, the Surgeon General refers to high school students. We know that for some, the experimentation begins at an even younger age.
Always wanting to partner with our families in the effort to keep all our students safe, we share the following information:
If you have any questions related to this or any other drug or substance issue, Ms. Kiri Ryan, social worker at JJHS, is available and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 914-763-7215.
As was the case with cigarette smoking, there will be no single solution that protects our students from the dangers of vaping. With a concerted collective effort, however, we can and will make a difference.
Steven Siciliano, JJHS Principal
Rich Leprine, JJMS Principal
Kiri Ryan, JJHS Social Worker
Christian McCarthy, Athletic Director
Andrew Selesnick, Superintendent
The following dates and locations are open to all parents and community members. You do not need to attend at the school your child attends. Please limit your attendance to one Coffee per year. No RSVP is necessary.
October 18 - John Jay High School - 7:00 pm
November 30 - Increase Miller Elementary School - 9:30 am
December 6 - John Jay Middle School - 7:00 pm
April 26 - Meadow Pond Elementary School - 9:30 am
May 10 - Katonah Elementary School - 9:30 am