Parents are looking for ways to monitor their children's social media activities after students at two area high schools received death threats from a fellow student.
Two days ago a 16-year-old Shadle Park High School student was arrested after she made threats to one of her fellow students as well as another student from a nearby district. Now school administrators are asking parents to make changes so that another incident doesn't occur.
In the Anderson household privacy while communicating, no matter what form, isn't really an option.
"It has always stood that I will monitor phones, internet, TV, video games," mother Shelley Anderson said.
Anderson's philosophy is if she doesn't have the passwords to it, her kids don't get to use it.
"It is invasive and it's my job as a parent to be invasive," she said.
Anderson added that because she actively monitors her kids, she doesn't have to worry about them being involved in an incident like the one her son's classmate was in that resulted in an arrest.
"There are certain times when I want my privacy but at the same time there's nothing bad," Shelley's son Joshua said.