Walpole Police and school officials are now investigating several alleged cases of sexting among students.
Students told WBZ a group of about 15 girls sent naked photos of themselves to boys, and those pictures were widely shared. They also said some students have already been suspended.
“This matter is being dealt with appropriately and with the best interests of our students in mind,” Walpole Schools Superintendent Lincoln D. Lynch III said in a statement.
In Massachusetts, sexting is considered a form of child pornography and is a felony.
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