If you think that the high school principal calling a group of "seven or eight sophomore girls" trying to getting pregnant and raise their kids together a "pact" causes a media headache for the mayor, you're right.
So far, no one's found any Gloucester '10 Mamas Facebook groups, which is proof enough for Gloucester's mayor, Carolyn Kirk, who is furiously attempting to muddy the pregnancy pact waters by claiming that only one person called it a "pact," and he [the principal] "is now 'foggy in his memory.'"
From the reports of the school social worker, who "had heard of the girls' plan to get pregnant as early as last fall," and friends of the girls in question, who say things like, "I think the plan was a lot about peer pressure," the only reason the girls might not have called it a "pact" is because they didn't know what the word meant.
Personally, even though the "last fall" comment doesn't support it, I'm still holding out hope for my "It. Was. The. Spears. It. Was. The. Spears." theory. [Jamie Lynn announced her pregnancy in December, which no one in Gloucester would mistake for fall.]