MHS students teach about vaping dangers

Maryville High School students Maria Mancera-Upegui, left, and Alyssa Pace, right, show off their project demonstrating the dangers of vaping during an anti-vaping informational open house Nov. 25. The open house was hosted by English II students at the school featuring multimedia presentations. Mancera-Upegui and Pace used cotton candy and food coloring to show the effect of vaping on lungs.

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