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Social Media
The South- Western City School District maintains a district-wide Facebook page, YouTube Channel, and Twitter account to extend its communication efforts. We encourage you to visit, become a fan, follow, bookmark, and share the school or group page(s) listed to further connect with others having the same interest.

By using or accessing the South-Western City School District Facebook page and/or Twitter feed, you agree to comply with all Facebook and Twitter Terms and Conditions. We will delete any content that is a violation of these terms or is contrary to our organization's values. Personal attacks, vulgarity or racism will not be tolerated and will be deleted immediately. In addition, comments that are repeated will be treated as spam and are also subject to immediate deletion.

By accessing, affiliating with or commenting on this page, your identity may be visible to third parties not affiliated with South-Western City School District. In addition, third parties may be able to access your profile and personal information. South-Western City School District is not responsible for access to your identity, profile or personal information by third parties. It is the express responsibility of the user, or his/her parent or guardian, to protect the user’s identity, profile and personal information.

To report a Tik Tok account impersonating a school or person click the link here to their reporting page (Link)
Social Media Safety Resources for Families
"See something, say something"
While interacting with social media platforms, pages, and forums online, from time-to-time our older students and families encounter a post or screengrab that may be of a safety concern. When it comes to safety in our schools, we encourage students and families to be our eyes and ears as an extension of the school district and report such occurrences as soon as possible. 

To make a report, visit our "See something, Say Something" webpage (Click Here)

Tips for Reporting Unwanted and Anonymous Bullying, Harassment, or Drama-oriented Accounts
In the past few years, the Communications Services Department has encountered an upswing in unwanted social media accounts that are anonymous and unwanted in the community. These accounts, aimed at creating drama in the schools or harassment or bullying, are pages that both schools, students, and families want removed as quickly as possible. 

Some examples of such fake account names: @BeulahPark_Drama, @CentralCrossing_SpillTea, @GallowayRidgeRealOnes

In all instances, these accounts are not affiliated with the school district, do not represent our schools, and create residual issues online that spill over into schools. In order to assist the schools in getting these accounts reviewed by social media platforms to be removed as fast as possible we encourage you to report them. For many social media platforms, the more community complaints or reports for violations of terms of use each account receives, the faster the account it is reviewed and removed. Whether it is on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, or Tik Tok, select the three dots ... around a profile and there will be an option to file a report. See the example below from Instagram for a step-by-step guide on how to make a report.