Summit High School
"Sometimes I do, and sometimes I don't..." Communication, motivation, and JUUL in 2019.
Vaping and “JUULing” have become deceptively normalized. So what do we do when it is everywhere? Join us for an important discussion on eCigarettes and the nicotine epidemic that's affecting communities nationwide. This topic has been in the news a great deal recently as parents and teens learn more about the issues surrounding nicotine addiction among young people. As the health risks and marketing tricks become more clear, kids and families are struggling with deep ambivalence about JUUL and vaping. How can we talk together about it? How can we be supportive without enabling? How can we help each other (kids and parents together) make positive change?
Our speaker and discussion leader is local child psychiatrist, Dr. Nathan Osborn of the Cascade Child and Family Center. We encourage parents and high school students to attend and join the conversation.
The event will be held in the Summit High School Library on Tuesday, February 12th at 6:30pm. RSVP here: http://bit.ly/SummitTogetherFeb12