Digital Citizenship Club

Tuesday 4/12/16, at the Emerson Jr. Sr. High School

Join our club to show how to be smart and responsible on the internet

Society nowadays is based off of the internet and mainly social media. Teens tend to be the most common users of social media but adults and youngers users may also use social media. Young adults tend to use the internet or social media to have fun and communicate with people all over the world. However, with the advantages the internet has to offer, there are the disadvantages or consequences. The most common one would be cyberbullying. To help you make the right decisions on the internet, make your accounts as safe as possible, and avoid ruining your future career due to the internet, come join our club today. It's always better to be safe than sorry.

Every Tuesday at the Emerson Jr. Sr. High School

This club will teach all people how to be safe on the internet and show them the dangers of how your private life isn't so private anymore. So come starting on Tuesday 4/12/16 and keep your personal lives safe!

Instructors: Julia Merrill, Emma Pasqualino, Erica McDonald, and Ms. Vitale

Additional Information

This program will be offering a safe environment to help educate people about being safe and having privacy on the internet. There is always a chance someone could be at risk of getting themselves into trouble on the internet and our club is here to prevent that from happening as much as we possibly can. There will be snacks and beverages provided in the cafeteria and a 10 minute break to relax and get to know people without the use of the internet. If there are any more questions or concerns, feel free to contact us with the email below.

Contact Information

Here is our location and contact information to get in touch with us if there are any questions or concerns