Local student receives one of Peer Leadership awards from District Attorney Michael Morrissey.
Monday, November 12, 2012
The following is a press release from the District Attorney's Office: DA Morrissey presents leadership award to Wellesley High Senior District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey has presented Wellesley High Senior Anna Zannetos one of just 23 Peer Leadership Recognition awards given county-wide for 2012. “The strength and health of school communities derives largely from the students who lead by example,” District Attorney Morrissey said after presenting the award at his 2012 Peer Leadership Conference, held in Norwood recently. “Good teachers and thoughtful administrators are important, but it is students like Anna doing the work.” Guidance Counselor Kristi Stone was effusive in her letter to the DA putting Zannetos’ name forward for the award…
An area student has been the victim of an Internet crime on Facebook, DA Michael Morrissey reported recently.
Parents, educators and local police should be wary of students falling into a Facebook trap by someone who created a fake profile posing as a teenage girl, Norfolk County District Attorney Michael Morrissey said in a letter received by local school districts. An area student – Morrissey did not specify which town – recently friended someone appearing on Facebook as "Sarah John," whose photo made her appear to be a teenager and who has yet to be identified. "After a few months as a passive friend, this Sarah John initiated conversations that led to the student sharing personal information," Morrissey wrote in the letter. "Sarah John is now trying to extort money from the student and has threatened to make this very personal information …