TOP PHOTO: On Monday, Grant Cole with the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office talks about the trends in vaping with Campbell High teachers and administrators.
JACKSBORO, TN (WLAF) – Monday marked the return of teachers and administrators to their respective schools all across Campbell County after the holidays. The day was dedicated to In-service. Students returned to the classroom on Tuesday.
During part of Monday’s In-service at Campbell and Jellico High Schools, members Campbell County Sheriff Wayne Barton’s department hosted a session on vaping.
CCSO Sergeant Johnny Blankenship, Corporal Brian Osborn and Reserve Deputy Grant Cole conducted the seminars at both schools. The topic centered around the trends in vaping, and the event included an exhibit of several different types of vaping devices. The devices on display were confiscated from students by school resource officers (SRO) and school administrators during the school year.
“I appreciate the opportunity to partner with the Campbell County School System, and I encourage the ongoing communication between our SROs and staff members. Together, we will continue working hard to keep our campuses safe,” said Sheriff Barton. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 01/05/2023-6AM)