HUNTSVILLE, Tex. (KBTX) - The Huntsville ISD superintendent is reaching out to parents after students share inappropriate images of another student.
Wendy Norman has a daughter at Huntsville High School.
"She basically said some footage was filmed of some young girl," said Norman.
Norman is disappointed to hear that an inappropriate video of one student may have been passed around by others.
Police aren't saying for sure if that's what happened, but parents and students say it's still disappointing to hear.
"She feels like that is something that could absolutely ruin that child's life. This is probably horrible for that family right now," said Norman.
Since news of the incident came out Monday, parents told KBTX they think the school district has handled the situation to the best of its ability.
In the most recent letter sent out by the Superintendent, he addressed the parents as a father himself and provided a website that provides resources on how parents can address this with their child.
The letter reads, in part: "I do plan on having an extra thorough conversation with my daughter about safety on any kind of social media. I just want to make sure that I have that implanted in her head that she needs to be very very careful about things like that."