"They've ostracized her," her dad says, jumping in to finish her thought.
Tiffany brightens, though, when the subject shifts to her other extracurricular activity, Booker T's venerable varsity track and field squad. "Track is my first love," says the long jumper and sprinter. "So I do a lot of running to clear my head and focus my mind."
"We got to states in the 4x200 (meter relay) and the 4x100. We got second place in the 4x2. We're gonna get it this year," she says confidently. And she was almost right -- Booker T. Washington's girls team raced to another impressive second place finish in the state 4x200 finals in May.
The sandy, infield long jump pit and 400 meters of red, rubberized track that encircle it are places of refuge. But for Tiffany and the rest of Generation Overshare, there are some things you just can't escape no matter how fast you run.
Dwayne Cooks is a father who knows this too well. He speaks now from a place of authority when he cautions, "We know that kids will be kids on the Internet. You have to be careful about what information you share online. Because once it's out there, it's out there. And so when the picture went out like that, you know, now that it's out there it's gonna be out there for a lifetime."