Delete the nude selfies
BRIDGEWATER, NEW JERSEY- A school superintendent in New Jersey warned students to delete nude pictures of themselves on cell phones or face the consequences.
The school wasn't named but its a high school in the Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District.
The superintendent sent a letter to parents saying it appears students took nude pictures of themselves and shared them on their phones and social media accounts.
The letter says the district and police have a deal to work with students and families to handle the situation without filing criminal charges.
The letter also says if the selfies aren't deleted, students found with the nude photos face a five-day suspension and potential loss of prom or graduation privileges.
The superintendent also pleaded with parents to talk to their kids and explain the legal, social and emotional ramifications of the pictures.
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