Kill Everyone On Monday

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More schools welcomed students back this week. Hopefully, you saw a fair share of sweet first day photos on Facebook.

You also may have seen on the news last week, a report about a stabbing during an assembly on the first day of school. Days later it was reported the boy liked the girl. The girl wanted to be friends and nothing more. The teen was arrested.

A ‘first-day’ incident that didn’t make the national news was a teen spouting off at his fast-food restaurant job about harming others on the first day of school. The teen was arrested.

BLOG POST #159: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving a 14-year-old high school freshman.

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Sexting In The 2018 School Year

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The headlines used in the graphic for this post are real headlines from 2018. There are plenty more just like them—Google ‘Sexting.’

Schools in your area are back in session or will be soon. This is the perfect time to share some sensitive but important information regarding texting or more specifically, sexting.

When a parent is asked if their teenager is sexting, most if not all would respond, “Not my son/daughter.” Yet sexting is on the rise faster than the stock market in an up period.

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Cyber Crime At The Middle School

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When I was in middle school, I was caught red-handed passing a note to a friend. On the note I’d written, I thought the teacher sounded like he had dentures because he kept whistling as he spoke. Not my finest moment.

The teacher read the note aloud and told me he, in fact, did not have dentures and I needed to pay attention.

I mention this because kids haven’t changed. However, their method of delivery has changed. Kids don’t pass notes. They text or SnapChat or use another preferred application. Kids today grew up using the internet.

BLOG POST #138: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving a middle school student.

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