"If a kid makes those kind of statements... they have to pay the price for it," a sheriff's office spokesperson said. "If a teacher makes them they have to be held accountable just as well."
More than 5 million high school and middle school students used e-cigarettes in 2019, up from 3.6 million the year before, despite prevention efforts.
Police in a Detroit suburb are seeking felony charges against five individuals they believe are responsible for online threats made against a local Catholic High School by a figures wearing Guy Fawkes masks.
"I looked at the gun, realized it was a real gun and then my instincts just took over," Keanon Lowe said.
According to a study published in JAMA Psychiatry, students that displayed higher levels of maturity and calmness were less likely to develop dementia in older age, or develop the condition later.
According to the study, 63.7 percent of concussions occurred during competitions in high school sports and 36.3 percent ocurred during practices.
In order to gain access the group, the teen changed her avatar to a white face. She said she had believed the school would take the right actions but thought it had not.
A gay high school student was allegedly raped months after complaints of bullying fell of deaf ears, according to a lawsuit filed by the boy's mother.
An investigation was launched after pupils and parents were offended by the teacher's message.
Vyrone Finney, of Akron East High School, admitted to striking the 15-year-old after the latter called him "a lazy a** b****."
Cathedral Preparatory School and Villa Maria Academy is investigating the "offensive, inappropriate and unacceptable" posts, which were made over a period of several days.
The cheerleaders were found to have broken school policy after a photo appeared of them posing with the Trump campaign flag at a game.
Students dressed up as Beyoncé, Jim and Pam from "The Office," drag queen Jasmine Masters, the creepy twins from "The Shining" and more.
"It is illegal for coaches to organize or participate in religious activities with students, including baptisms," the Freedom From Religion Foundation wrote to the school superintendent.
The high school teacher in Florida found a notebook containing details of who to shoot, where to target on campus, and dates and times that a mass shooting attack should take place.
"If I go to [the school] and I want to be an active shooter, I'm going in knowing I have reduced sightlines," the Superintendent said.
"She came down in tears, saying 'The rumor is true. I took a fake test," said the mother of one student at Mainland High School in Daytona Beach.
"I just said to my friends, 'How iconic would it be if I did a death drop?'" says Brandon Austin, a.ka. drag starlet Sophia Stardust.
A tornado touched down in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, as other mid-Atlantic states faced storms and rare tornado warnings.
Students said an empty chair will no longer memorialize their friend at the ceremony.
"I'm fighting for not just my job, but for my students' rights to free speech. Nothing is more important to me."
Black students at two Alabama high schools said they felt betrayed and saddened by a racist viral video showing several of their white peers, whom they considered friends, in the video.
Donald Trump appears to have gone the extra mile to ensure that his academic records are buried from public view.
A Virginia school district is investigating video appearing to show a teacher's assistant wrapping a "Make America Great Again" flag supporting President Donald Trump around a student's head.
The mother claims her 17-year-old son suffered a concussion from the fight and was given in-school suspension as a punishment.
A Texas high school teacher gave students a "fake news" assignment intended to illustrate the power of creating and distributing false information -- it resonated far more than expected.
Rebecca Sparrow, 37, told the court: "You all expected more from me—and I let you down."