Tobacco Free Schools
Tobacco-free schools protect and promote the health and well-being of all students and staff. Serious health risks are associated with the use of tobacco products; both to the users and non-users. Students who see tobacco use in their social environments are more likely to begin using these products themselves prior to age 18. School personnel and visitors serve as role models to students. Therefore, tobacco-free school policies endorse a healthy lifestyle and prevent tobacco use. The Delaware General Health District is greatly appreciative of all of our public school systems adoption of Tobacco Free School policies designed to protect the health of our youth.
Tobacco-Free Campus Policies: