More Friends = More Fun


Tweets !

AN HOUR AGO #ThatAwkwardMomentWhen... Tell us your awkward story and you might be featured in the mag!

2 HOURS AGO When mom asks where the rest of the pumpkin pie went and you're like

3 HOURS AGO #QUIZ! Are you sharing too much on social media?


sponsored links


44 Comments | Add Yours

Add Your Comment!

Judge rules school violated girl's civil rights by punishing her for a FB post

Earlier this year, The Next Web Reports, a 12-year-old girl from Minnesota posted a not-so-nice comment on her Facebook page—she said she hated a hall monitor who...
44 Comments | Add Yours

@Glitterheart16 Agreed!

by awesomegirl4everandalways on 9/18/2012 8:21:53 PM


Saying someone is mean is not bullying unless they are changing the post so they wont curse on the site but if all she said was mean then its not bullying!
How would a mother of a boy in her class now that they were talking about sex it makes no sense they wouldn't need evidence from her things if the boy had the conversations on his social sites for cell phone. this article is not very descriptive at all i wish i could now what really happened to write a more acurate comment.

by colie34720 on 9/18/2012 8:06:17 PM


There is NO reason whatsoever that the school should intervene. What happens outside of school, stays outside of school. Legally, they cannot punish her for what happens outside of school. They violated the Privacy Protection law and Freedom of speech! If anything the school should be shut down

by YayaYuiki on 9/18/2012 7:40:07 PM


This girl is twelve??!! Dang...

by immawriter on 9/18/2012 6:47:26 PM


calling someone mean doesnt count as bullying but im sure she didn't just say the hall monitor was mean. and cursing is just wrong in general. if you feel like you have to, fine, but the stupidest thing to do would be to put it online. talk about it to one of your friends, but never ever ever online. i'm sure she'll have a hard time getting into college just because of this incident. even if you delete the post, people can look up what you posted on certain websites. why didn't her mom punish her, or take away her account? it's not the school's job to do all the punishing

by bunnehz on 9/18/2012 5:32:45 PM


I think as long as she's not hurting/ threatening anybody they gave no reason to punish her, also, calling somebody mean isn't bullying if they actually were mean to you.

by sarabieber1799 on 9/18/2012 8:44:43 AM


I def agree with Browniej12

by ceahorse on 9/18/2012 7:17:26 AM


I agree with Glitterheart! I believe that if she THREATENED a person (if she said she would seek revenge on someone), then the school could intervene. However, since it's most likely that no one's life was in danger, what she did was her own business. Stupid maybe? Yes, but that was her foolish decision to post every single thought on the internet.

by Browniej12 on 9/17/2012 8:58:35 PM


The girl was being very disrespectful BUT getting her Facebook password? That's terrible! They have no right to look at her conversations.

by NeverSayNeverGirl on 9/17/2012 8:56:20 PM


On one hand the girl was acting very respectful. No 12 year old should be cussing out her classmates online, or talking of sex, that is just out of line!
But still, her school doesn't have control of what she says online. I personally think her PARENTS should have been the ones to be there to call her out, not the school! What right do they have?

by Glitterheart16 on 9/17/2012 8:37:01 PM

You must be signed in to post a comment. SIGN IN or REGISTER


You just remembered there is a book report due in a week. What are you thinking?


WIN IT! Can *you* solve the mystery?



Dive into the weird, wonderful world of Curiosity House: The Shrunken HeadCLICK HERE for your chance to win it—and to explore Dumfrey's Dime Museum of Freaks, Oddities and Wonders.

Posts From Our Friends

sponsored links