It's the first homeroom of the year at Linda Robinson Memorial Academy. Dairine is only a freshman, but her older sister Nita is a senior this year, so she already knows a lot about the school from going to Nita's events, listening to Nita's complaints, shoulder-surfing Nita's math homework, et cetera. She's wearing blue jeans and a Star Wars t-shirt, as usual, and not reading a book under the desk because if you're a model of good behavior for the first week teachers will forget you exist and then you can do whatever you want. This means she's on an entire fifteen minutes of book deprivation when they start passing out the student handbooks.
Wow, this one must've caught the printer in a bad mood; the colors don't line up with each other correctly. Whatever; any port in a storm. She flips to a random page.
Discussing LRMA on Social Media
Social Media is a great way to share positive news and events about the school, as well as to communicate factual information about policies and school life with others in our community. . . .
Posting photos and stories on social media accounts are a wonderful way to share life at LRMA with friends and family. For the safety and privacy of our students, please be reminded that photos taken on campus should not be shared on any public profiles or media outlets without the consent of the school.
Okay, first of all, it should be "posting is", not "posting are". More importantly, how about "should not be shared on any public profiles or media outlets without the consent of the people actually in the pictures." She takes the pencil from behind her ear and writes in the corrections, for the entertainment of her future self.