BV unmuted - The Blue Valley Schools Podcast

BV unmuted - The Blue Valley Schools Podcast

BV unmuted is your window into the work happening behind the scenes of Blue Valley Schools. Superintendent Dr. Tonya Merrigan, along with our amazing district leaders, will host a variety of guests to talk about a variety of subjects. It's a conversation about what we're doing here at Blue Valley Schools and how we're striving to make every day a #BVBestDay for our students, staff and community.... Show More
April 22, 2019 37 min

"It's so easy to use that toddlers can pick it up. You may have an older child in your house who is using a vape device. Perhaps a younger kid, five or six years old, finds it in a drawer. We've seen an astronomical increase through poison centers and emergency rooms across the United States of nicotine overdoses in children of the age seven and under." - Dr. Chris Jenson, medical doctor and BVSW science teacher 

You may have heard how prevalent vaping is amongst our children. You may have heard how dangerous it is to their health and development. In this episode of the Toddcast², you'll hear from BVSW principal Scott Roberts and BVSW science teacher Dr. Chris Jenson about what Blue Valley Schools is doing about it. 

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