Am empty teacher's desk is pictured at the front of a empty classroom at Mcgee Secondary school in Vancouver on Sept. Emily Lavelle and her friends were bored after school one day and decided to call the suicide prevention hotline, listed on the back of their middle school student ID cards. Emily had unintentionally called a sex hotline. Emily told her mother, Janene, about the discovery Monday after being picked up from an after-school program. Lavelle said she wanted to call the school district right away, but since it was after hours, she decided to post a picture of the back of the ID to Facebook, where it went viral. Facebook took down the post showing the back of the card and offending number Wednesday.
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Emily Lavelle and her friends discovered the mistake when they decided to see what would happen if they called the suicide hotline number listed on the back of their school ID. Janene Lavelle says it was too late to call the school, so she posted about it on Facebook and got hundreds of responses. Then the school district issued a news release which says in part, "Late yesterday, we were made aware that the middle school student ID cards have the wrong phone number listed for the suicide hotline. The phone numbers have two digits transposed and this is a mistake. The number listed on the card is actually a sex line.