Area schools grapple with vaping as federal government considers e-cigarette ban

Ontario High School intends to work out a multi-tiered plan to address increased electronic cigarette use among students. Juul, pictured above, is a popular brand of electronic cigarette. (The Enterprise/Yadira Lopez)

VALE – Jodi Elizondo, the principal at Ontario High School, had on her desk a curious and harmless looking package resembling some kind of a tasty treat that might be sold in a candy store. 

The package, which is decorated with a doctored neon-colored Monopoly logo across the top and below a cheeky image of Betty Boop dispensing what appear to be colorful doughnuts, was confiscated from a student and supposedly contained THC oil vape cartridges.

THC is the active, high-inducing chemical in marijuana, and when converted into an oil, can be vaporized and inhaled through a vaping device, referred to as . . .