A Fluvanna County High School classroom seemingly has become a de facto Tik Tok production studio, as multiple videos filmed there were posted to a student account.

The short clip, entitled “GET IT MRS BANGS,” features a scantily clad female student dancing with a teacher, “Mrs. Bangs,” presumably inside that teacher’s classroom. Several classmates in the background who look to be filming their own videos, are caught breathless when they realize what their teacher is doing.

In addition to the inherent questionable nature of this classroom activity, the video footage shows several potential Fluvanna County School Board policy violations.

Regarding cell phone use in class:

Communication devices may not be used during class time, in offices, or in the clinic but devices may be used during their lunch period and on the bus unless it creates a potential safety issue or disruption. In use is defined as in the hands of the student and lunch is defined as sitting at a table in the lunchroom and does not include transitions to and from the cafeteria. (Policy JFC-R, 7 Communication Devices)

Regarding disruptive conduct:

In addition to these specific standards, students shall not engage in any conduct which materially and substantially disrupts the ongoing educational process or which is otherwise a violation of federal, state or local law. (Policy JFC-R, 19 Other Conduct)


Regarding student dress:

Clothing should fit, be neat and clean, and conform to standards of safety, good taste and decency. Clothing that exposes cleavage, private parts, the midriff, or undergarments, or that is otherwise sexually provocative, is prohibited. Examples of prohibited clothing include, but are not limited to: sagging or low-cut pants, low-cut necklines that show cleavage, tube tops, halter tops, backless blouses or blouses with only ties in the back, clothing constructed of see-through materials. (Policy JFC-R, 24 Student Dress)

Regarding staff conduct:

Any staff member who engages in conduct (whether on-the-job, or personal behavior in the community) that threatens the safety and security of students, or interferes with the efficient and effective management of the school, or is in some other way detrimental to the best interests of the school system and its students will result in disciplinary action. (Policy GBCB, Staff Conduct and Responsibilities)

In this specific instance, it is unclear if “Mrs. Bangs” was cognizant that she was exhibiting for the production of a Tik Tok video. There is no question, however, that the teacher was aware she was being filmed, as she’s clearly performing to the camera.

And, if the teacher was not observant of the multiple violations of School Board policy transpiring around her, she certainly should have been.

Tik Tok, a Chinese-owned social media platform—specializing in short-form, often seductive videos—has been flagged as a national security threat by Democrats and Republicans alike.

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