Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Joplin School District makes moves to protect students; Turner Report is blocked

(From Sept. 16, 2013) Word has spread rapidly around the Joplin High School campus about the admission by a child sex criminal to law enforcement officers that he had pornographic photos of 10 Joplin students, four of whom have been identified.

Since that man, Ronny Justin Myers, 35, was in charge of monitoring high school students' laptops that has created concern about how much privacy the students have and started students taping over the cameras on their laptops.

Myers made that admission to law enforcement officers seven months ago, but this is the first that the students have heard about it, according to those who have talked to the Turner Report.

The first students to learn about Myers' admission learned it at their homes and then brought the information to school and the word spread. No one read about it on the Turner Report, at least not at school.

In order to protect Joplin High School students from evil influences, R-8 Administration has blocked the Turner Report this year.

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