NORMAN — Moore Norman Technology Center is joining a growing list of educational facilities that support and have in place a tobacco-free campus policy.
The center's board members voted recently to ban the use of all tobacco products on campus, beginning July 1. The new policy includes simulated tobacco products such as electronic cigarettes or vapor inhalers as prohibited items.
Smoking has been banned inside the school's buildings for years, but the policy extends the prohibition to the campus grounds.
In a release about the new policy, board members said they were dedicated to providing a healthy, comfortable and productive environment for staff, students and visitors.
To read the new policy, go to www.mntechnology.com.
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