Except when what they put on the internet pertains to school activities--as it did when student(s) put "dirty dancing" pictures from the Homecoming Dance on Facebook.
BELLEVUE, Ohio (WUPW) - Future dances are in jeopardy at one Northwest Ohio high school, because pictures surfaced on Facebook Monday evening of so-called “dirty dancing.”
The photos were put on the Bellevue Gazette's Facebook page. The pictures have since been removed at the request of the Bellevue Local Schools superintendent. Because of copyright laws, FOX Toledo News cannot show them.
Bellevue High School's homecoming dance happened three weeks ago, but the Facebook photos last night quickly caused a controversy in the small Sandusky County community.
Bellevue City Schools Superintendent Kim Schubert issued a statement Tuesday, saying she has suspended future dances "until all parties have worked together to set clear expectations for students behavior".
Long-time readers will also know that I myself don't tolerate this kind of behavior that's inappropriate in public. A good rule of thumb for students is this: if you wouldn't want to watch your parents do it in public, you shouldn't do it, either.