Social Media Policy

The Lodi Community Action Team developed this website, as well as our Facebook and Twitter pages, to encourage discussion on youth substance abuse topics. We encourage page visitors to comment on our posts and engage in conversations that reduce youth substance abuse. The views and posts on this page do not reflect those of the Lodi School District.

We expect all comments to be respectful and fair, and reserve the right to delete posts and comments that contain the elements listed below (not an exhaustive list):

  • Abusive, vulgar, obscene, racist, threatening, or harassing comments

  • Libel, slander, or personal attacks of any kind, including the use of offensive terms that target specific individuals or groups (ethnic, racial, religious, etc.)

  • Spam, including content that promotes products or services or contains gratuitous links

  • Makes unsupported accusations

  • Comments that suggest or encourage illegal, dangerous, or destructive activity

  • Duplicate posts

  • Clearly off topic

  • Political campaigning or lobbying

  • Infringe on copyrights or trademarks

If comments are deleted, LCAT staff will follow up with the commenter and provide a respectful explanation as to why the comment was deleted. LCAT also reserves the right to block users that violate our comment policy. 

Thank you for respecting the policy. We look forward to engaging with you in productive discussions to improve the health of the Lodi community!