New Jersey Principal Wants to Keep Middle School Kids Off Facebook -- Do You Agree?

A New Jersey middle school principal is on a campaign to get his students off social networking sites like Facebook.

Anthony Orsini, of Ridgewood, N.J., believes that the sites do more harm than good -- facilitating bullying and putting kids at risk to online predators.

He said younger and younger children seek to log on every year. While social media used to be limited to eighth-graders and older, Orsini now sees fourth-grade students bullying on Facebook.

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"It's become meaner and meaner and they don't understand" the impact, Orsini said on "GMA" this morning. "They aren't socially and emotionally ready to understand."

Orsini has sent a letter to his school's parents, calling on them to monitor their kids' Internet use more closely and discourage use of social networks.

Our question to you today: Do you think middle school students should be banned from using Facebook and other social networking sites?

ABC News' Steven Portnoy contributed to this report.