Nope, that in no way, shape or form meets the elements of Disorderly Conduct (or any other crime ) here in Florida.....
I guess they are more strict there then they are in this little burg. When you do that as a school teacher, it is admitted to, but ignored.Here's an excerpt from the Illinois disorderly conduct statute:
"Transmits or causes to be transmitted a threat of destruction of a school building or school property, or a threat of violence, death, or bodily harm directed against persons at a school, school function, or school event, whether or not school is in session;"
I'm guessing that since the article mentioned the name of the school being on one of the postings, some sort of threat was made or implied.
Palos Heights Student Arrested After Posting Photos of AK-47, Threatening School: SheriffThe 15-year-old freshman at Alan B. Shepard High School posted multiple images of himself with the gun on Snapchat, at least one of which had a caption with an apparent threat toward the school, according to the Cook County Sheriff's Office.