Alamogordo School Board Approves Settlement for E-cigarette Education

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Alamogordo School Board Approves Settlement for E-cigarette Education
Alamogordo Public School Board approves $29,165 settlement with the tobacco company Ochea for e-cigarette education in the community.

This settlement is separate from the settlement with JUUL, and the funds are in addition to what the school district will receive. The district expects to receive funds from Austria in November of this year, while the settlement funds from JUUL will be received in the first quarter of next year.


Pam Renteria, the district director, emphasized the importance of using these funds for education. The district plans to collaborate with health service agencies, and Renteria expressed concerns about the high percentage of e-cigarette use among youth in Alamogordo schools. However, specific data supporting this statement was not provided by the area.


Danielle Kusmak, Principal of Mountain View Middle School, expressed the support of the teaching staff towards tobacco prevention education.


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