Several of my male students seem to have no problems with gropping some of the girls in my class. This, coupled with inappropriate web searches, inappropriate sexual jokes, and general teenage hormones, has me concerned. I have an administration that is generally supportive. However, my all male administration seems to think that this is a case of "boys being boys". I disagree. Anytime you think its okay to touch someone sexually who does not want to be touched that way, or to offer to get them "off" when they talk about needing help getting off the bus because of an injury, or tell them that you have a job for them but it "blows" with accompanying gestures, is NOT boys being boys. To me, this needs to STOP. NOW. I am concerned that if I go to the police, I will lose the opportunity for tenure. My administration has told me to talk to the boys, but I feel uncomfortable doing so, as some of their comments have made me feel sexually harassed in my own classroom. Where do I go from here? I'm lost. I was sexually assaulted when I was in high school, and the police made me feel so badly that I chose not to press charges, because they had me convinced that my family would blame me for what happened. I've been a victim, so I take this issue EXTREMELY seriously. My girls don't feel safe coming to school. I want to be their advocate, but I don't want to lose my job. What can I do?