An Open Letter To High School Students
I'm writing to open your minds about social media and show you a good way to use it. We have to be careful about posting something on the internet and asking ourselves some questions, for example: How will this posting affect our lives? Who will read or watch?
We have freedom to express our feelings and opinion for any things, but we have to be careful
Sometimes bad things can happen as a result of what was posting. I read a article about Kyle Kashuv, 18, survivor of shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, he had made online some racist and vituperative comments two years before at his application at Harvard. Because of the comments Kashuv was not accepted to study at Harvard.
Sudents if you feel doubts about what to do online or what you do not post I recommend you talk with your teacher or parents
DO NOT post thing that is going to depreciate someone
We have to remember; It means nothing to me It can mean a lot to the other, nobody is not the same , we have different cultures and options, we have to know how to deal with our differences.
Sincerely and respectfully
Student at Grossmont College