What Every Parent Should Know About Vaping
This video is a Parent's Guide to a New Epidemic: Tobacco, Vaping, and Marijuana
Produced by: The Nevada County Tobacco Use Prevention Education Program (TUPE)
Paid for by the California Department of Education
Air Quality Alert Remains In Place Through the Week
Please be advised the Valley has been experiencing smoke and windblown dust impacts from wildfires and unique weather occurring in the state. We have a health caution in place until the fires are extinguished and the winds subside. Please consider revising outdoor activity plans in accordance with air quality conditions and refer to our ROAR activity guidelines, available here: http://www.healthyairliving.com/media/1055/roar-guidelines-web.pdf
You can track air quality in the Valley by visiting myRAAN.com. The RAAN monitors are designed to detect the microscopic PM2.5 particles that exist in smoke. However, larger particles, such as ash and dust, may not be detected. If an area is covered in ash or dust, air quality should be considered “unhealthy” (RAAN Level 4 or higher) even if the monitor reflects a lower reading.
Valley Air District - Healthy Air Living Schools Program