A N.J. school district has announced it will impose a five-day suspension for any student who is found to have naked photos of classmates on their cell phones or social media pages.

Principals in the Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District were instructed Tuesday to punish any student who possesses nude selfies or creates and distributes any sexual images electronically.

Superintendent Cheryl Dyer added that any student who violates the rule also could be banned from the prom and graduation ceremonies, according to mycentraljersey.com.