Principal: Piedmont High Sex "Fantasy League" "Awful," But Learning Tool

The league's existence was first tipped to officials by students who came forward after a date-rape prevention assembly in early October.

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    An illicit competition to track sexual activity among the student body at Piedmont High School in a "fantasy league" is an "awful" revelation, but can be used to foster education and conversation among students and parents, a school district official told the Oakland Tribune on Sunday.


    The "league" was run by male students, who "drafted" unknowing female students to their teams, then tallied points for "documented engagement in sexual activities" with those students, according to a letter Principal Rich Kitchens sent to parents Friday, the newspaper reported.

    The league's existence was first tipped to officials by students who came forward after a date-rape prevention assembly in early October.

    At this time, officials are not aware of any criminal activity linked to the league, Randall Brooks, assistant superintendent of educational services for the Piedmont Unified School District, told the Tribune.