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Using Social Media Responsibly
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Use of social media carries great responsibility. Chattahoochee students are expected to know how to use social media and technology to display respectful interactions and show good judgement and character.
Once you post, tag, send, like or share anything you are responsible for the consequences of that action. Bullying or harassment through the use of social media can carry consequences from school regardless of when or where the activity took place.
If you are being bullied or harassed through social media by another student you need to take the following steps.
If you fail to block the individual or decide to respond instead of letting administrator handle the harassment, your complaint may not be investigated.
Help us help you. If you follow the social media pledge we pledge to help make it stop.
If you are using social media to send negative messages or to harass or embarrass anyone and those actions cause a disruption at school there will be school consequences. Based upon the Fulton County Code of Conduct, consequences are local interventions up to 10 days of Out of School Suspension.
If your actions are found to be bullying as described in the Fulton County Code of Conduct (6b), you will be taken to a tribunal hearing for expulsion on your 3rd offense. (FCCoC pg. 15).