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Should a senior in high school be wary of getting into relationships with freshmen or sophomore students?
You'll need to do some work to keep her safe, likely seek advice from a counselor.If your fears are legitimate, if this is the type of activity your daughter would encounter on an all-night prom extravaganza, then you'll do best by her to keep her away.It's clear that kids who delay getting involved sexually and postpone or abstain from using drugs or drinking alcohol are less likely to have problems with any of these activities in the future; the younger they start the worse it is for them.Therefore, be excited with her about the prom and then empathize with her about the disappointment she feels missing the parties after the prom. It's difficult when everyone else will be there and you won't, nevertheless, as a responsible parent, I can't allow you to stay out all night.And I certainly can't allow you to sleep at a hotel on prom night."Go with her to buy her a beautiful dress and shoes. Or get into relationships that last, end, or get you in jail?Freshmen and seniors may have elective classes and/or play sports together. Yet they may not date or have sexual encounters without fear of life changing effects.Nevertheless, keep shoveling; you're doing so for her health, safety, and emotional well-being.Now you probably hate to quell her excitement about the prom and the extraneous events.Should sex education be required, and if so, is that the best place to tell Florida high school students that they may not legally consent to having sexual relationships until the age of sixteen according to Florida Statute 794.05 and 800.04?According to those statutes, the fact that a person under the age of sixteen consents to having sexual relations with a person of at least eighteen years of age is not a defense that will be considered when determining the eighteen year old’s guilt.