Internet Safety Luncheon
for Harrington parents and community members
Learn about apps, sites, and tools that students are using...or soon will be!
Join Steve Schreiner, Technology & Learning Coordinator at NEWESD 101, for a parent-focused presentation on the risks and rewards of internet use.
Learn how to navigate settings, begin conversations, and develop mindsets that lead to better online interactions.
Hear about the legalities of internet use and discuss the importance of open and honest communication with children.
Steve has led internet safety presentations for thousands of students across Eastern Washington. Topics will include:
- oversharing of information
- content filtering
- device-based controls
- social media apps
- secret apps
- device addiction
Don't miss this important event. Mark your calendars now.
If you wish to have school lunch, please contact the school by 10:00am on Tuesday, November 5th. You will need to pay for your lunch on Wednesday before going to the line at 12:10 p.m.
43% of tweens have a social media profile. 11% had a social media account when they were younger than 10.
87% of teens have observed cyberbullying. 14% admitted to doing the cyberbullying themselves.
Only 39% of parents report using software to block, filter, or monitor their teen's online activities.
About the presenter
Harrington Internet Safety Luncheon
Wednesday, Nov. 6th, 12:15-1:15pm
100 South 1st Street
RSVPs are enabled for this event.