NORWALK - The headmaster at Greenwich High School is speaking out to parents after a "smut list," surfaced online earlier this week, naming 12 female students at the school in a sexually derogatory way.

A letter to parents from Greenwich High Headmaster Chris Winters calls the list a form of cyber-bullying and says the students affected by the list are being counseled.

The Greenwich list surfaced on Facebook, citing the names of Greenwich High students as well as dozens from schools throughout Westchester County.

A YouTube video also surfaced depicting a Fairfield County "smut list," mentioning first names of girls in Norwalk and Stamford.

Social media consultant Kathryn Rose says, "It's really important to remember it's not going to last forever. Definitely tell someone, keep people involved in it, block that person and take the steps necessary to remove yourself from the equation."

Stamford School Superintendent Dr. Joshua Starr says that students should erase all materials related to the lists and that they can get in trouble for having it on their phones.

The state is currently working on a cyber-bullying bill.

Greenwich teens named to so-called 'Smut List'