On the Beat in Bluffton

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Prosecutor to hold presentation on sexting

Wells County Prosecuting Attorney Andy Carnall will hold a presentation Monday, Oct. 6, on sexting at Norwell High School.

The 7:35 a.m. presentation will include discussion of sending sexually explicit photos, images, text messages or e-mails via cellphone or other mobile device.

In a letter to parents of Norwell students, Assistant Principal Kelby Weybright said it's important to educate students on the possible effects of sexting.

"Our goal is to partner with parents and our county officials in order to empower teens to make wise choices and prevent the possible consequences associated with sexting," he said.

Parents are invited to attend and should call the high school at 260-543-2213 if they are interested. Parents should arrive at the school no later than 7:35 a.m. Monday, according to the letter from Weybright.

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