Frisco ISD Alerts Parents About Netflix's '13 Reasons Why'

Letters are going out to parents across North Texas in response to "13 Reasons Why," a new Netflix series focusing on teen suicide. The Frisco Independent School District said it began hearing concerns from students and parents about the series that some say glamorizes suicide, Meredith Yeomans of KXAS-TV (NBC5) reports."13 Reasons Why" revolves around Hannah Baker, a 17-year-old who kills herself and leaves behind audio recordings for the 13 people who she said led her to take her own life."For my situation, it doesn't make sense to watch it," said Chuck Bird, whose son Kyle committed suicide at age 16.For the original report, visit nbcdfw.com  Continue reading...

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