Students say text messages just a modern day version of notes being passed in class
The text messages today's students are sending each other during class on their cell phones are nothing more than a modern-day version of the notes their parents passed in class, a group of Dexter students told ...
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#1 Nov 12, 2008
I am a 11 grader at fowlerville high school and i have a cell phone and so does a lot of other kids i dont like it is right that they take nasty pics of them selfs and send it around the school but i do think we should be allowd to txt you guys make think i am saying this becouse i am a teenager but i am not i like to know what is going on at my house and how other people are doing in there class ...
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