Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this teen mystery, which features iCarly's Jennette McCurdy, is fairly tame and has no swearing or sexual themes. But it's also sadly devoid of much personality, and, at best, is a semi-interesting way for tweens to pass the time. At the very least, the mystery at the heart of it is worth wrangling over for a bit. Some of the characters are self-obsessed and shallow, but it's clear that they're not meant to be role models.
Some references to dating.
Someone's poisoning the students of Danforth Academy; an object is thrown at a girl's head; threatening notes are posted.
Working toward a common goal can unite the most disparate of people. Also, mysteries can be solved by good old-fashioned logic and hard work. Still, the punishment meted out in the end hardly seems harsh enough for what's practically a crime.
JVC headphones; iPod. One student flaunts her father's wealth.
Drugs / Tobacco /