Lodi High School
It’s the same school district that recently enacted its own social-media policy to stop cyberbullying. The principal hailed his school as one that took the lead in making those changes.
After weeks of protest and controversy, the Lodi Unified School District has approved a new social media policy after students said the original policy violated their First Amendment rights.
The policy stated if someone liked or retweeted something that was inappropriate or considered an act of bullying, then they could be suspended from sports or other extracurricular activities.
Rain or shine, that didn’t stop hundreds of supporters and students from running for a good cause.
With teacher layoffs continuing and more budget cuts expected next year, some questioned why a San Joaquin County high school was receiving a multi-million dollar makeover.