With youth Juul use on the rise, schools are struggling to find ways to prevent young students from using these nicotine vaporizes. One such school, Grace Church in New York City, has ordered custom bathroom sensors that automatically text school administrators when Juul vapor is detected. They also have cameras outside of the bathrooms so that they can know who was in the bathroom when the alarms were set. Do you think that schools in Michigan should implement similar systems to prevent nicotine use? Do you think that this is an invasion of privacy and goes too far to monitor our students? Please expand on your thoughts in the comments section below.