See the below article for information on this particular incident.
So the school district will likely look into their Social Media Policy and have the may have a conservative reaction: Teachers cannot be friends with their students (they now allow it at the moment).
What do teachers think about this? There is certainly a value to engaging with youth via social media as you can share with them key articles to supplement their education or motivate them to keep working hard. However, you cannot post a naked picture of yourself because it may get you into trouble.
Okay, maybe that is a little obvious. But consider your personal life on Facebook. If you post about your wild weekend with friends, should your students know that about you?
Whats your policy? Do you remove yourself from Facebook all together? Do you stay away from your students and refuse to engage with them online?