Computer use at Sunnycrest Elementary School in Lake Evan, Washington has been suspended after two third graders were found viewing and distributing pornographic images to classmates.

According to King5, students were using their school supplied laptops to view the images during class. The school district insist that their is software installed into the computers that is suppose to filter through web searches,

"...subscribes to a filtering software that blocks certain "classifications" for all users, including: pornography; gambling; obscenities; adult content; hate/violence; and URL shorteners. In this instance, the images were searchable and visible due to a change in the search engine that had not been updated by the filtering software company."

The two students who were found sharing images have been suspended. The stepfather of one of the students believes his daughter had no idea what she was searching for. He even checked the home computer's browser history and found no evidence of porn searches. He also said that his daughter only searched for words that another students told her to, but she was upset after seeing the images.

The students names are not being released. No word on how long the students will be suspended, but computer use will be available once the school finishes updating the software and deleting all images.