According to a report by WNYT, an e-cigarette belonging to a student has been confiscated in Saratoga County, New York. The principal of Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School, Tim Brunson, stated that these e-cigarettes had been modified without authorization.
Teacher Brenson issues warning letter to parents, highlighting risks of e-cigarettes, despite his school not being one where e-cigarettes have been discovered.
In one of the devices, methamphetamine, commonly known as ice or crystal meth, and Vyvanse, a brand-name prescription stimulant, were found.
The school advises parents to discuss the risks associated with using e-cigarettes with their children.