Plainfield High School students published a robust dating guide filled with articles about safe dating, breakups and first kisses.
But one page in particular, Page 16, is stirring a controversy that could cost their teacher and adviser her job.
It’s not as if you hoping to “chat” with someone and end it there.
You want to talk with them and if things go well meet them.
I made this mistake early on and now understand why a few girls, after several emails, would ask direct questions like “Is there anything else you would like me to answer? There are times where you will feel like you are communicating with a “great catch” only to realize what a mistake that was 60 seconds into the first date.
It is important to meet early on so less time is spent talking to the wrong person and more time is spent trying to find the right one. The first date should be planned not long after communication has begun.
Page 9: A Q&A with a police officer about dating safety, some facts on dating violence and a poll about the prevalence of sexting.
Page 6: The definition of "friends with benefits" and a guide for figuring out if you've been "friend-zoned"and a first-hand account of an awkward crush situation.
Page 7: An account of being "single and satisfied" and advice from students for a happy relationship.
Plainfield High School students published a robust dating guide filled with articles about safe dating, break-ups and first kisses.
But one page is stirring a controversy that could cost the 2017 teacher of the year her job.