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Parent University: Bullying/Cyberbullying on Oct 11, Parental Controls October 19th

posted Oct 4, 2017, 11:37 AM by Tammy Tarling
The Greely PTO is excited to kick off this year's Parent University series starting next week with two sessions that go hand in hand - we hope you can join us!
 
 
NOT JUST 'KIDS BEING KIDS': CREATING A DIALOGUE ABOUT BULLYING AND CYBERBULLYING
Please join us on Wednesday, October 11th at Greely Middle School Cafeteria, 6-8pm, for this interactive session led by Mandy Levine, certified facilitator of ADL's A World of Difference Institute, we'll discuss ways to help kids and ourselves navigate these complex issues. 
 
Space is limited. Please register for this free session or visit our website for information.
  • Individuals who register by or before Thursday, October 5th will receive a complimentary copy of the MSAD-51 Bullying Resource Guide at the session. This guide was created by Greely PTO last spring, in partnership with school counselors K-12. It provides a blueprint for parents about the resources and programs available to their kid(s) to prevent and manage bullying throughout their Greely school experience.
DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP: PARENTAL CONTROLS AND ONLINE SAFETY
This session on ThursdayOctober 19th at Greely Middle School Cafeteria, 6-8pm, will be led by Dirk Van Curan, MSAD-51's Directory of Technology. Dirk Van Curan will present an informative presentation and dialogue on how to manage our kids in the new reality of online everything. He'll discuss MSAD51 digital citizenship initiatives, internet safety and best practices, parental control and monitoring options, and more. Feel free to bring your own devices for advice or practice!
 
Space is limited. Please register for this free session or visit our website for information.
 
 
 
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