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From 2017 to 2018, e-cigarette use surged nearly 78% among high school students.

In 2018, 1.5 million more middle and high school students vaped than in 2017 – up to 3.6 million from 2.1 million.

Students who vape report that they are doing it more frequently, and many use other tobacco products, such as cigarettes, as well.

Our children are faced with deciding whether or not to use drugs at younger ages than ever before, and earlier drug use increases the risk of addiction. We encourage parents and other concerned community members to attend this program in order to learn about:

·      Vaping devices popular with young people

·      Health dangers associated with vaping

·      How the use of gateway drugs, such as tobacco & vaping products, puts kids at risk of further drug use

·      Talking to your child about the vaping fad

Orefield Middle School Auditorium, 7 PM.  All Parkland parents welcome to attend.

Leap to Hyperspeed at Parkland SD on May the 4th for our annual celebration of the best tools, resources, and strategies that EdTech has to offer! Teacher Tech Con is oriented to support the values espoused in Parkland Ready 21: fostering learner-centric classrooms, supporting student voice and choice, providing authentic projects, building 21st century skills, and creating upstanding digital citizens. Educators attend FREE, but space is limited.  More info at

Got stuff you don't want anymore?  The Parkland Music Boosters will take it at their annual clothing/household items drive.  Click and view the flyer for more info on what they will accept and not accept.

Would you like to help keep Parkland teens safe on Prom Night?  If yes, please consider supporting the Parkland High School Post Prom – an all night event at Parkland High complete with food, prizes, entertainment, shows and more!  Make your commitment to sponsor the event or provide a donation here:

Check back often as we are posting summer camp information regularly on our SUMMER CAMPS webpage here.

The PHS fall production of 26 Pebbles has qualified for a spot at the International Thespian Conference in Nebraska. Only 11 schools in the country receive this honor and are invited to present their show on the main stage for the 4,000 conference attendees who come to experience a weeklong immersion in workshops; interaction with colleges, industry leaders, and Broadway professionals; and opportunities to be inspired by the best high school theatre in the nation. You can help by making a donation to support their fundraising efforts at this link created by the Parkland School District Education Foundation :