Loudoun County (Va.) district bans all smoking on campuses

June 30, 2008
Employees had been allowed to smoke in designated areas

Come Jan. 1, Loudoun County, Va., public school employees will no longer be able to light up on campus. The School Board has banned smoking on school property. Employees have been allowed to smoke in designated areas, out of view of students. Most suburban Washington, D.C., school systems have long had such policies. Fairfax and Montgomery counties have prohibited employees from smoking anywhere on school grounds since the 1990s.

To read The Washington Post article, click here.

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