Alexa was just a girl who got picked on and bullied. She wanted it to stop. So she went to her math teacher and all her math teacher told her was, "no wonder you're getting picked on, look at you.''
So Alexa started to cry. When she got home, her mom started asking her a bunch of questions. One of the questions was, "How was your day at school?"
"Not good," was Alexa's reply. "Ever since the first day of school, I have been getting picked on. Today I went to my math teacher and all she told me was 'no wonder you're getting picked on, look at you!' It's just like I'm not made to be in this world."
So that night Alexa decided that because nobody liked her in her school, she was going to run away.
On her journey, she found a costume store. She went in and found a fantastic mask. When she tried it on, it fit perfectly, so she bought it.
The next morning she went to school wearing the mask and pretended to be someone else. She threatened the math teacher and all the kids who threatened her.
She told the math teacher to shove her math problems up her butt.
She told the bullies that they needed to stop because they were making people feel like they were not part of this world.
The next day was a little better for Alexa. People came up to her and apologized for teasing her. Alexa started to feel a little better about herself.
Later that evening, Alexa received a message on her phone that read, "99% of the people who had gotten bullied hung or killed themselves. If you have gotten picked on or bullied, make this 100%!! Do it now!!! Send to 40 people in the next hour."
So she did.
And later that evening, Alexa hanged herself.
Clark is a seventh-grader at Loyalsock Township Middle School.