Rogers Student Suspended Over Tweet Sues SchoolA Rogers High School student who was suspended over a sexually charged tweet about a teacher is now suing the principal, the school district, the superintendent, the Rogers police chief and others.
Rogers Community Rallies Behind Victims Of Tweet ControversyAround 6 p.m. on Monday evening, dozens of people waited in the cold outside the headquarters of Elk River Area School District 728. They came to attend a school board meeting about a controversy rooted in a two-work tweet that led to a nearly two-month suspension of 17-year-old Rogers High School senior Reid Sagehorn. "I'm disappointed. I want him to have an education. I don't want him sitting at home, and I want him back in our school until graduation day," said parent Missy Henderson.
‘They’ve Used An Atom Bomb To Kill An Ant’: Attorney On Suspension After TweetIt was supposed to be joke, a sarcastic response. But a two-word tweet caused an uproar in the Elk River School District. Reid Sagehorn, 17, was suspended for seven weeks after he responded "actually, yes" when a post asked if he'd ever made-out with a teacher at Rogers High School.
Student Suspended For Tweet Transferring SchoolsAn honors student athlete suspended over a two-word tweet about a teacher in the Elk River School District will attend school elsewhere. Senior Reid Sagehorn is talking publicly for the first time about the seven-week suspension that has many students at Rogers High School rallying on his behalf.
No Charges Filed In Rogers HS Tweet ScandalThe Hennepin County Attorney's office will not file criminal charges against anyone associated with a social media scandal involving a 17-year-old Rogers student-athlete.
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Rogers Student Suspended Because Of TweetA Twitter rumor that led to the suspension of a Rogers High School athlete is now part of a criminal investigation. Other students are protesting at the school and on social media.