Vaping sensors approved for Sturgis Middle & High School

The Sturgis Public Schools Board of Education recently approved the purchase of vaping sensors to be installed in all bathrooms and locker rooms at Sturgis Middle School and Sturgis High School.

The board selected Summit Fire Protection of Paw Paw to install the 46 Halo Smart Sensors, which are required to cover all bathrooms and locker rooms in the two buildings.

In addition to the sensors, an educational component will be developed to teach students about the negative health impacts related to vaping.

The product and installation will cost about $94,000, district officials said.

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  1. We had vaping sensors when I was in school. They were called noses, every teacher had one and they were free.

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