JMCSS To Develop Social Media and Texting Policy
JACKSON, Tenn. — Just after a Jackson-Madison County School System teacher is indicted for soliciting a minor for sex, the school system now says it is in the process of drafting a texting and social media policy between students and teachers. According to JMCSS spokesperson Ginger Carver, the school system did not have a policy to cover how students, staff and teachers could use their personal electronic equipment. “This is something that’s just taken place in the past few years, and we’ve not expected it to have these types of repercussions,” Carver said. “But it has, so this is just something that they have to take a look at.” There is no word on when the school system when have the new policy in place, but it is considered a priority.