Photo Credit: WTAEBy Bob Hazen. At least five students at a Westmoreland County middle school were given word puzzles based on the erotic novel and movie “Fifty Shades of Grey” this week, and school district officials said they are investigating how it happened.
James Carter said the word search, filled with explicit sexual terms, was passed out Monday to his son and other students in his eighth-grade class at Monessen Middle School.
“I asked my son who passed it out, and he said the teacher passed it out,” Carter told said. “I don’t think this is what they should be doing in the eighth-grade level” . . .
At a school board meeting Tuesday night, Monessen City School District officials said they could not comment on who gave the puzzles to students, citing personnel issues. (Read more about the Fifty Shades of Grey puzzle given to Monessen middle school students HERE)
Fifty Shades Of Grey Premiere: Domestic Abuse Campaigners Protest on Film’s Opening Night
By Danny Walker and Nina Massey. Domestic abuse campaigners have turned out to protest at the London premiere of Fifty Shades of Grey.
Stars of the film, which is based on books by E.L James, are walking the red carpet ahead of its release on Valentine’s Day.
But protesters have also turned out to call on the public to consider whether they should endorse the movie.
One campaigner held up a sign which read: “Some Ana’s don’t survive their Christians” . . .
“50 Shades is domestic abuse,” another sign said. (Read more from this story HERE)