This message was emailed to families of students in grades 6-12 on Friday, October 1.


Dear Parents/Guardians,

I wanted to reach out with a few reminders regarding appropriate behavior at school. We have seen some isolated incidents around our building of minor theft and vandalism due to the recent “Devious Licks” TikTok challenge, which encourages students to record a video of the theft or damage of school property and post the video online.

It is important to note that the vast majority of our students are respectful to each other and our school. However, any vandalism, theft, or other destructive acts are not acceptable and violate the district’s student code of conduct. Students who engage in these inappropriate behaviors will be held accountable in alignment with the code of conduct.

Please pay close attention to your child’s social media use. While students may view these as fun, innocent pranks, they can result in your child harming themselves or others. I ask that you discuss these issues with your child to ensure they know these behaviors are not appropriate.

Please reach out to me if you have any questions. I am grateful for your partnership to ensure a safe, healthy and successful year for all of our students.

Sincerely,

Anthony Marturano – Middle School Principal
Craig Shull – High School Principal