Jill Glavan reports on a shocking calendar a mother is upset over, brought home by her child from school.

An Indiana mother was shocked when her 13-year-old son brought home a desk calendar from school that was filled with inappropriate content.

Bonnie Wright’s son traded in points he'd received in class for good behavior to purchase the calendar from the teacher, according to FOX 59. Since it was wrapped and purchased at a store that sold school supplies, no one knew what was inside. The warning on the back of the box went unnoticed.

The "Whoogles" calendar is filled with different things people Google. Each page shows a phrase like "What if..." or "How do I know..." and lists several auto-fill choices Google offers based on what's been searched. Some of the Whoogles were harmless, like the one on the cover that asks "I wonder if dinosaurs ate peaches?" while others mentioned sex, drugs or other inappropriate topics.

Creston Middle School officials have apologized to the four students who used their in-class points to purchase the calendar.

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