Probably, especially if they both go to the same school. If the boy is doing this, why is the girl speaking to him over the computer?????
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Most school districts take the legal position that the school can act in situations like this if the affected individuals know each other because of school or school activities. If both students attend schools in the same district, the school will likely be upheld in discipline based on this kind of factual scenario.
Girl's parents need to involve the police.
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Short answer is yes. The girl should use some common sense and refrain from interacting with this boy. She should also tell her parents.Ask a similar question