Dealing with Digital Drama

Is There an App for That?

Getting a Handle on Apps & Social Media

Whether we realize it or not, many of our kids now have the same access to technology that adults do - even in middle school. That's a lot of responsibility for a young person to handle - and for parents to monitor. We'll have two sessions - one for elementary parents and one for middle/high parents - to help you get a handle on digital drama.

Let's get started with a discussion on cyberbullying and work our way up through some other digital dilemmas that can occur. You'll walk away with resources to help you keep up with new technology, deal with digital drama including sexting and online offenders, and put a plan in motion in case of emergency. At the high school level we also need to manage social media now so it doesn't impact our student's future.

We'll review the apps you do know...

Dealing with Digital Drama

Tuesday, Nov. 17th, 6:30-8:45pm

6500 Wydown Boulevard

St. Louis, MO

Elementary Parents: 6:30 to 7:30

Middle and High School Parent: 7:45 to 8:45

These sessions are not intended for children.

And the Ones You Don't

Jennifer Schiffman, Prevention Specialist, MO ICAC Task Force

Ms. Schiffman has served as a civilian member of the task force for seven years, and as the prevention specialist for the past four years. She trains students and adults throughout the state on digital issues and social media usage.