It’s against FB’s TOS to give out your password.
“I can’t, sir, that would be a violation of a contractual obligation.”
exactly...and what is stopping the kid from changing the password as soon as she leaves the office?
Not only can she change it...she can block anyone from the school from even “seeing” she has a page.
This is all so ridiculous.
Parents need to check their computer history regularly.
Originally, I got on FB, so I could monitor things.
But you know what?
If there is a particular picture or post the child doesn’t want their parents to see? FB has a way of “hiding” these things from certain people.
There is always a way around this stuff.
It's also against FB's policy to have a FB page if you're younger than 13.
That said, my daughter has had a FB page since she was 12, with my approval. I find it very useful to see what's going on with her and her friends.
If the school district wanted her password, I would tell them to pound sand unless they had a court order.