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According to the Sheriff’s Department, the principal and superintendent were made aware of the possibility that students were sending each other sexually explicit photos. They were forwarded the images to determine if it was actually going on and for disciplinary purposes. Once they received the images, they contacted the Sheriff’s Department.
The Sheriff’s Department says that since the images were sent to the principal and superintendent, their computers were seized, along with several students’ cell phones. The Sheriff’s Department says that most of the images appear to have come from online websites. They were unable to determine if any of the images are of students or not and the investigation is still open.
Originally posted by karileigh77
dont u think they do that to alert the parents of whats going on
Originally posted by Condemned0625
There's nothing wrong with it. It's a natural occurrence that begins at young ages. They shouldn't be restricting kids from something that they will eventually be exposed to anyways. They shouldn't be wasting their resources on the restriction of sexting. Instead, they should be worrying about drugs and violence. Sexting is not even harming anyone. It's a joke compared to the other problems. If I was their principal, I wouldn't care if kids were sending nude pictures to each other. Natural tendencies shouldn't be prohibited.edit on 4/6/2011 by Condemned0625 because: (no reason given)