STLtoday.com reports that five students from Kirkwood High School in St. Louis, posted a “hot or not” list of junior girls last February. The list contained crude descriptions of the girls’ bodies, and was posted on Facebook.com. The boys claim they did it as a “stupid joke”–and never brought the list onto school grounds, but before long, the list was circulating anyway. When the list was brought to the attention of school officials, each offending student received a 10-day suspension–which is causing problems in the free speech debate. Schools have long held the right to restrict free speech only if it “materially disrupts” school operations. Kirkwood officials feel that they were justified on these grounds, since the list made it to school. However, most existing case law only addresses speech that occurs on school grounds. A recent court case found that one school was wrong to punish a student for comments he made online, and another court found that a student’s web site fell out of school jurisdiction entirely…