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Burress is the Plainfield (Ind.) Community School Corp.'s 2017 Teacher of the Year.The magazine headlined "Plainfield High School's Dating Survival Guide Declassified" was created entirely by students in Burress' publications class.Allen, the daughter of the Plainfield Schools board president Michael Allen, pointed at one article penned by a ninth-grade boy who described a sleepover with his girlfriend.Both had their parents' permission and their physical contact was limited to a hug, the boy wrote.Mays said Allen posted snippets of stories without context and the publication staff stands by its work."We didn't think there was anything to be ashamed of," she said."It was completely unbiased, completely informative."Plainfield Schools' board had initially scheduled a disciplinary meeting with Burress on Monday, but Sabrina Kapp, the director of Communications, said Friday the meeting was cancelled. 9."Because I might be facing potential disciplinary action, my attorney has advised that I not discuss the situation," Burress said in an email.
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Allen also pointed to the highlighted definition of the word polyamory, which is a relationship involving more than two people."This and more about what is acceptable when it comes to sex is what our children as young as 14 are being taught at Plainfield High School," Allen wrote.
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INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana high school media adviser said she may face possible disciplinary action after her students published a magazine on dating and relationships.
Plainfield High School English teacher Michelle Burress landed in the school board's cross hairs after the first issue of was distributed to students Monday.