WAKEFIELD — Executive Director Margie Daniels is pleased to share that the Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth is sponsoring a virtual conference on revisiting the anti-vaping curriculum guide for schools.


Monday, March 20; registration from 8:15 to 8:45 a.m.; conference from 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.


  • Joseph F. Baeta, Ed.D., Superintendent of Norton Public Schools, Co-Chair, Anti-Vaping Curriculum Committee
  • Paul Vieira, Ed.D., Superintendent of Douglas Public Schools, Co-Chair, Anti-Vaping Curriculum Committee
  • Randi Schuster, Ph.D., Center for Addiction Medicine, Director of Neuropsychology and Principal Investigator; Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School
  • Sgt. Jacob Dennett, Norton Police Department
  • Ethan Dolleman, M.Ed., Principal, Norton High School
  • Lisa Kingkade, LMHC, M.Ed.
  • Michelle Muffett-Lipinski, M.Ed., Principal, Northshore Recovery High School


The Massachusetts Anti-Vaping Curriculum Resource Guide for Schools is a statewide, evidenced-based, adaptable, developmentally appropriate curriculum on the impact of vaping on student health and wellness for grades 6-12. 

A curriculum committee, composed of a multi-disciplinary team of professionals, developed this Curriculum Guide. This conference will revisit this important document, providing updated information about vaping and implementation of “boots on the ground” anti-vaping curriculum and resources that have been developed and refined.

“Preventing teenagers from taking up vaping is a major challenge, and this conference will help keep educators abreast of the most recent developments in our statewide efforts to help teens protect their health from the threats that vaping poses,” said Director Daniels.

About the Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth, Inc.

Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides training, fosters collaboration and develops programming to increase the health and safety of students. MPY is committed to bringing cutting-edge information and high-quality trainings to constituents and endeavors to provide solution-oriented, community-based, multi-disciplinary approaches to reducing and ideally eliminating risky behaviors for youth.

Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth is governed by a Board of Directors made up of school superintendents, police and fire chiefs, and other community leaders who work closely with MPY staff to deliver this mission. To learn more, visit: https://massachusettspartnershipsforyouth.com/

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