Two students at John Jay High School suspended for cyber-bullying

Two students at John Jay High School in Cross River were suspended for cyber-bullying.

School administrators say it started out as a joke among members of the senior class on their Web site. School officials say the jokes became very personal and extremely negative. Officials discovered the situation when two students brought a list of names with nasty comments into school to make copies.

One student says the online jokes just got out of hand. School administrators are sending a letter to parents notifying them of the situation. The letter will also provide ways to help prevent cyber-bullying.

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