The magazine headlined "Plainfield High School's Dating Survival Guide Declassified" was created entirely by students in Burress' publications class.
Here's a rundown of the 24-page guide: Page 1: The cover.
The service is equally convenient for initial contact, further communication, and for sending gifts and getting agreed on a face-to-face meeting.
Plainfield High School students published a robust dating guide filled with articles about safe dating, break-ups and first kisses.
Page 2: A look at how dating has changed and the differences between dating codes for girls and guys.
Page 3: An article about online dating and responses to pop-song lyrics about love.
Page 19: A personal essay about a couple that has been together for three years and favorite love songs.
International marriages have become a common practice among western men who want to connect their lives with young and beautiful girls from Eastern Europe.Page 21: Advice on how to keep your relationship cuteness in check, without grossing out your friends.Page 22: A personal essay on making it work in a long-distance relationship and memories of those awkward first kisses.But one page in particular, Page 16, is stirring a controversy that could cost their teacher and adviser her job.Michelle Burress, Plainfield Community Schools' 2017 Teacher of the Year, said she may face disciplinary action after the first issue of "The Shakedown" was published last week.Page 7: An account of being "single and satisfied" and advice from students for a happy relationship.