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Parents, school personnel and law enforcement officials have been talking to kids for decades about the dangers of drugs, alcohol, cigarettes and – more recently – bullying at school.
Now the discussion about harassment and bullying needs to extend beyond the campus to include social media sites and phone texting as well. None of us wants to hear of another student bullied so severely via social media that he or she tragically commits suicide.
If you are a student, read and consider the following suggestions for using social media wisely. If you are the parent of a student, you may want to share these guidelines with your child.
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