Middle School Teen Girls Arrested for Facebook Threats in Nevada … “Attack a Teacher Day”

 

MEAN GIRLS: Today’s middle school teens learning reading, writing and Facebook threats … You’ve come a long way baby.

Six girls, ages 12 and 13, are under arrest for taking part in a Facebook threat against teachers for planning an “Attack a Teacher Day” at two middle schools in Nevada. Girls? Eighteen students accepted the invitation to participate in the attacks at the two schools.  The teens stated that the Facebook threats were a joke. This is what they find funny? Really! According to all accounts, the teens involved were all good students, had high grades and held school leadership positions. However, one student used the word “die” before a teacher’s name, while others wrote that they would “attack” certain teachers.

So thee kids thought “Attack a Teacher Day” was funny, how will they feel about, “Actions have Consequences” day?

Six girls have been arrested after students were invited on Facebook to take part in “Attack a Teacher Day” at two middle schools.

One girl was accused of inviting about 100 students on the social networking website to participate in the event Friday, and the other five were accused of responding with online threats against specific teachers, Carson Middle School Principal Dan Sadler said.

The Nevada Appeal in Carson City reported the girls were booked Wednesday at juvenile hall on a misdemeanor charge of communicating threats. Their names were not released.

While the students insisted it was a joke, Sadler noted they were arrested on the same day a suspended 17-year-old student in Omaha, Neb., fatally shot an assistant principal and wounded his principal before fleeing the campus and taking his own life.

“School shootings really happen. That’s why we took it seriously,” Sadler told The Associated Press on Friday. “It’s not OK, and it’s not funny in this day and age if you’re going to make a threat against a teacher.”

Five of the students attend Sadler’s school and the other attends Eagle Valley Middle School. Both schools are in Carson City.

The six girls were released to the custody of their parents after their arrests. They were also suspended from school for between three and five days. Why do I get the feeling that their Facebook privileges will be permanently revoked.



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    7 Responses to “Middle School Teen Girls Arrested for Facebook Threats in Nevada … “Attack a Teacher Day””

    1. A Texas Grandfather on January 8th, 2011 10:34 pm

      This is sad. What has happened with our teenaged girls?

      Too much time on their hands and a value system that has zero respect for others. A gang-type mental attitude.

      It is time for the real adults to put a stop to this behavior.

      These girls need a real lesson in consequences. All should be put in a juvenile dentention facility for not less than two years and the parents need to be fined not less than $5,000.00.

      Present law may not allow for this type of punishment, but they certainly need much more than a slap on the wrist and the parents need to be made to attend parenting classes.

    2. Its Me on January 8th, 2011 11:36 pm

      What do you expect? Kids today have no respect for adults, laws, or anything desent. They worship
      there crappy music and the fools who perform.
      Its our fault becuse they just get there hands slapped when do wrong.

    3. stoa on January 9th, 2011 10:52 am

      When will kids ever learn that there are consequences to their actions?

      They think threats are a joke? Look what happened in Tuscon, AZ yesterday, do they think that started out as a joke as well?

    4. Kandy on January 13th, 2011 11:30 am

      Their fb privs will only be revoked if they have good parents. ;)

    5. Myke on September 30th, 2011 1:33 pm

      :P

    6. Myke on September 30th, 2011 1:34 pm

      hey that’s so stupid why have attack a teacher day

    7. black hatter on February 24th, 2012 6:31 am

      The real reason things like this are happening is because of indoctrination of our schools and the fact that their running our schools like juvenile prisons. If you look it’s all over the net. Islamic terrorist organizations are funding our schools k-12, rewriting our books to install hate for the USA and any authority, while lieing about who they are and what they stand for. These new books glorify Alkita and make the USA look like the Germans of WW2. All this brainwashing is going on and is just going to get worse.

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