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Should I? It's the right thing to do. but. PLEASE HELP? Topic: How to write an anonymous email
June 15, 2019 / By Genna
Question: Ok so everyone at my school hates our science teacher. so much that they made a group on facebook against her. I've written out an email to her with my new anonymous email (this one.) I haven't hit send though because I'm REALLY afraid I'll be the school snitch. here's the email: I attend [my school]. I thought you might like to know about this. I know I would. I would like to remain anonymous, PLEASE. I beg that I do. I don't want to be a snitch but I want you to know, especially after the facebook group about [another teacher at our school that got a group made about her]. I want you to know that I think none of these things about you are true, NONE at all. I think you're a great teacher. One of the best. I'm really sorry others think different. [facebook link to the group] ok so that was the email. I'm SUPER scared because I don't want to get involved, because the whole school will hate me. Will I get caught as the snitch? they won't need to know who informed her right?? SHOULD I EMAIL HER?!?!? i'm FREAKING out!!!
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Delicia Delicia | 3 days ago
I'm not sure how she'll know it's you, but notifying her would be the right thing to do. Another alternative would be to notify the moderator of facebook. I'm sure there must be a user's agreement that makes this kind of activity against the rules. Contact them and tell them the page is bogus.
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Delicia Originally Answered: I am teaching nouns (person, place, thing, or idea). But how do I explain the definition of 'thing' and 'idea?
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Bryanna Bryanna
I RECKON U SHOULD SEND IT. WHY? reasons: 1.How would you feel if someone made a bad group on facebook about you and you know nothing about it. 2.Keep quite once the e_mail gets round the school after ur science teacher reads it. 3.Like one of the ppl answered to this question.Tell the facebook monitors or whatever. 4.After u send it keeep your cool and wait too see what happens. You can tell me what happens and i will guide you through with it. Good Luck :) o_o ^_^
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Allannah Allannah
if u dont want to get involved, then dont. Its outside side of school, yes, it is wrong, but u cant tell me that u havent ever said something mean about a teacher/student. i dont think u should do it, its just kids expressing their feelings. Doing this would get a LOT of kids in trouble, and you would feel really guilty. esecially if a friend is in this group. there is also the possibility of getting caught. i wouldnt do it, id pretend u kno nothing about it. and its not like im a quiet person who doesnt express themselves, i am very loud and outspoken
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Urijah Urijah
You should not send that mail.Just take care of your studying, work hard to impress teachers, and don't mind of all that nonsense childish things.Believe me, you will better do if you study and don't look around too much.
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Urijah Originally Answered: Should I? It's the right thing to do. but. PLEASE HELP?
I'm not sure how she'll know it's you, but notifying her would be the right thing to do. Another alternative would be to notify the moderator of facebook. I'm sure there must be a user's agreement that makes this kind of activity against the rules. Contact them and tell them the page is bogus.

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