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Glenlawn Collegiate among schools dealing with 'sexting' Read full article June 10,p. Dionne Deer, the principal of Glenlawn, said the issue arose earlier this year when Grade 9 and 10 students approached administrators with concerns about inappropriate and sexual pictures circulating online.
Glenlawn responded by raising the issue widely with parents, kn and the community. A parent information night was called to draw attention to the problem.
Police were invited to help educate students, but no criminal charges have been laid. Just because we don't hear about it again doesn't mean it tbis happening. Andrea Cain is warning that children as young as Grade 5 are sexting — electronically sharing sexual images of themselves with friends — and she's urging parents to teach their kids about the harmful effects.
Now, I'm not their parent and I can't say if that is the right or wrong thing — not by any stretch. Story continues "But we've gone to a point where kids have these things and they have them alone in their bedrooms and that's the point when I'm worried about them. FM, and Yik Yak — and reminds everyone there should be no expectation of privacy with electronic devices.
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Once sexual images are distributed, "A lot of people keep it to themselves. He just had like everyone's," Katie said.
The most viewed on that site, said CCCP's associate executive director, y Arnason, is the one about steps youth can take to remove a video or image from internet. Arnason said since CCCP began tracking alasma sexting five years ago, it has received reports of Canadian youths being harmed by sexting.
Most, she said, are referred to police. That's what we're saying nowadays," said Cain.
Glenlawn collegiate among schools dealing with 'sexting'
She says parents should also make sure kids don't have access to the Apple ID password, which would allow them to download apps without parents' knowledge. She recommends parents delete three apps in particular - SnapChat, Ask.
FM, and Yik Yak -- if already has them on their phone. That's what we're finding lots. Not saying that it's not happening on all kinds of other apps but what we're finding right now is mostly SnapChat," Cain said.