Ok, so I have a Facebook account that I've had since I was in high school years ago. I moved an hour away from where I grew up and use Facebook to talk with my friends I don't get to see. Well, one of my students, a 5th grader, found me on Facebook and sent me a friend request. I refused it. A couple days later, I got another request from her. I told her grade teacher that she had sent me another request after I had denied her the first time. (I also denied the second attempt.) I also mentioned that it was very odd at the time because she had sent the second request during school hours. I had told her teacher upfront that I wouldn't accept it whatsoever. We had a discussion on how Facebook can be so construed and that is why I wouldn't accept it. Although this student is persistant and sent me ANOTHER request. I denied it and said "Being a teacher and you as my student, I can not accept you as a friend." She then replied why. What do I say now? Should I leave it as that? Or do I say something else? Either way I printing out the message and taking it to my principal in the morning.