Safety Webinars for Parents

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ON THE MOVE: Kids and Mobile Devices

Date and Time ................Tuesday, February 19 - 7:00-8:30 pm

Presenter......... Steve Schreiner, Tech Coordinator - NEWESD 101

Audience .............................. Parents of children in grades 3-12

What are your kids using their mobile phone to do? Are they using it to share their location?

What are they saying about others? Learn the issues and risks your children take when

using their mobile devices, and provide guidelines for safe use.

SEXTING: A False Sense of Popularity

Date and Time ................... Tuesday, March 19 - 7:00-8:30 pm

Presenter ........ Steve Schreiner, Tech Coordinator - NEWESD 101

Audience .............................. Parents of children in grades 5-12

Kids send inappropriate pictures of themselves to others out of peer pressure, but don't

realize the risks to themselves and others when sexting. Once it's online, it's out of their

 control. Learn the risks of sexting with regard to privacy, cyber-bullying, legal actions,

and the impact on your child’s future.

DIGITAL FOOTPRINTS: Forever There

Date and Time ........................ Tuesday, April 9 - 7:00-8:30 pm

Presenter: ............ Brent Howard - Internet Safety Consultant

Audience ........................ Parents of children in grades PreK-12

In October 2012, it was announced that the popular social media giant Facebook had

reached 1 billion registered users. Many of the users are children who don’t

 know the dangers of sharing too much information. Help your child to learn to

avoid the mistake ofexposing risky or too much information when using

social media and other online technologies.

CHILD SEX TRAFFICKING: Lost Innocence

Date and Time ...................... Tuesday, May 14 - 7:00-8:30 pm

Presenter ................................. Jim Grenfell - AWARE Program

Audience .............................. Parents of children in grades 5-12

The use of the Internet for child sex trafficking is taking place in our own communities.

Learn how online predators manipulate and coerce children away from their parents.

THEN … give your children the resources they need to stay out of danger.