Internet Safety 101 – Thurs., Mar. 12, 6-8 pm at High School & Thurs., Mar. 17, 6 pm at Middle School (Register by Mar. 5) Do you know what your kids are doing while they’re surfing the internet, chatting with “friends” online, or even just using their cell phones? Learn the truth about the dangers of digital technology and tips to keep your children safe during the two-part Internet Safety 101 seminar.
• On Thursday, March 12, from 6-8 pm in the Seymour High School Auditorium, national expert Special Agent Eric Szatkowski will talk to parents about the real dangers their children face on-line. During the school day, Special Agent Szatkowski will be discussing internet safety with 4th, 5th and 6th graders.
• On Thursday, March 17, from 6-7 pm at the Seymour Middle School (room to be determined), experts from the Seymour Police Department and the Seymour Community School District IT Department will teach parents how to install parental controls and protective software on tech devices. Parents are asked to bring their smart phones, tablets, iPads, and computers to the seminar.
This FREE seminar is geared for parents of all ages, but especially parents of 3rd grade to middle school students. This event is being sponsored by ATODA, Seymour Police Department, Seymour Community School District and their parent run organizations, Muehl Public Library and CFRC. Free childcare is available – just let us know how many children you will be bringing when you register. Register for this event by Thursday, March 5.