I had a 3rd grade student use her school email (after school hours) to send a message that was inappropriate for any age child to the entire staff. I luckily, had checked my school email. I immediately contacted her parents. Then, I sent a "reply-all" email to the people she had sent the message to telling her that this was inappropriate and she should NEVER use this email for anything other than school work. I also sent an email to the principal explaining the situation, my response, the parents' response, and Waited for his response. He chose to have her email password changed and she was only able to use her email when a teacher could sign in for her. This also lead to a discussion with the entire class and 3rd grade about the appropriate use of school email. We had NOT had this when this email happened, because at the time we were not allowing students to access their email. BUT this student had an older sibling who showed her how to access her email from outside of school. In the future I will definitely speak to the class BEFORE we sign in about the emails. Although, we had talked to students about how the computer we use at school and accounts are to be used for school work only!