The entire Kent School District community is invited to learn about keeping their students safe online on Tuesday, May 29, at Kentwood High School from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
The Internet and Social Media Safety Family Night will provide information on potential online risks based on what’s happening in our community before sharing strategies for managing technology and discussing this topic with children.
In addition to helping parents understand the common sites and incidents to be aware of at home, this event will also cover the various safeguards our district has in place to protect students using their district devices.
This free event is hosted in partnership by the Kent School District, Kent Youth and Family Services, and Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
Please find additional resources at CommonSenseMedia.org.
Come Prepared with Questions
Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and may send these ahead of time to [email protected]
Request Interpreters and Childcare
Interpreters and childcare are available upon request. Please contact Emily Collado at (253) 373-7808 or [email protected] by Monday, May 28.
Thanks to @KentYouthFamily and the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, we're providing an opportunity for our #KSDcommunity to learn more about online safety May 29 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Kentwood High School. https://t.co/ajvnaUJ2wx pic.twitter.com/RrzHxdKy7o
— Kent School District (@KentSchools415) May 21, 2018
Kentwood High is located at 25800 164th Ave SE in Covington: