Ill. district tightens rules on e-cigarettes, relaxes cellphone policy

05/26/2014 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

An Illinois school district has banned the use of e-cigarettes on campus and at school events following incidents in which students were found to be using the devices improperly. The district also adopted new policies regarding cellphones, code violations and hazing. Going forward, students will be able to use cellphones and other devices in the cafeteria and in the hallways when transitioning between classes, and phones may be used in the classroom at teachers' discretion.

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