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Internet Safety Night 10/29

posted Oct 10, 2014, 10:47 AM by SAU31 Webmaster   [ updated Mar 20, 2015, 7:52 AM ]
This program is for all parents and community members who are interested in learning more about how to keep their personal information safe while using the Internet and social media. Students in grades 6-8 will be attending the presentation at 1p during the school day on the 29th. We encourage JH parents to come hear the same information that evening at 6:30p. HS parents and HS students are also encouraged to come to the evening program. It is important information for all to hear. Babysitting will be available for younger children in the NJSHS library.

Internet and Cell Phone Safety: What you should know
October 29th at 6:30pm
Newmarket Jr./Sr. High School Cafeteria

Do you and/or your children use a cell phone or the internet? Are you on Facebook, use apps, access banking information online? Do you have children in grades 5-12? This information night is for you and your family!

The internet offers a dizzying array of opportunities for fun, learning & adventure but also has a darker side that people are blindly feeding every time they log onto a social networking site. Investigator Jennifer Frank will educate the community about cyberstalking, cyberbullying, "sexting" and other cell phone misuses. Ms. Frank will explain how posting on line can be dangerous to your physical safety, your property and your ability to get a good job or a college scholarship. She will provide tips to keep your personal information and your children safe as well as help them determine the best ways to use the Internet and avoid trouble.

Please join us for this FREE program. This program is open to the public. Babysitting will be available.

This Parent Night is supported by the NJSHS Wellness Program, Officer Stevens (Newmarket Police Department) and is Funded by Newmarket Community Education Partnership (NCEP).
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