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Two Lodi Unified School District trustees ask for student input on social networking policy

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Posted: Wednesday, August 7, 2013 12:00 am

Two Lodi Unified School District trustees acknowledged that the district’s social networking policy needs to be revisited, and they asked students to help them change or clarify the policy.

Trustees George Neely and Bonnie Cassel, at Tuesday’s school board meeting, asked for student help in possibly revising the controversial policy after Bear Creek High School juniors Jacob Williams and Hannah Jobrack spoke strongly against the policy. Other trustees didn’t comment on Neely’s and Cassel’s statement.

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  • Chris Funge posted at 10:29 pm on Wed, Aug 7, 2013.

    Funge Posts: 1

    "General inappropriate language of a profane or sexual nature"

    What does that in general have to do with bullying if it is not directed towards anyone or about anyone. That is truly a family issue to be dealt with.

    And I hope that complaining about a school policy or an action that is unfair is not taken as inappropriate and be considered a violation if they posted on Facebook such as that these rules are ridiculous and communistic in controlling their speech. We do have the right to criticize our elected officials such as school board members and question unfair treatment in America.

    And would it be a violation if a student posted that a coach was swearing at them, threatening them, belittling them, and degrading them behind locker room doors, or if a teacher was doing the same behind closed doors, if it is true, but they were afraid to report it through official channels because of fear or repercussions and payback? Tell me what is REALLY in place that gives them other options ....

    I agree with many of the other positions in the code when it comes to any type of bullying. That is already against the rules, and there are clear consequences on the books for that type of behavior. Those should be enforced and consequences dealt quickly and consistently.

     
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