Does your child have a cell phone or electronic device? Will they be receiving one soon? If so, it is imperative for parents and any interested community members to attend the digital citizenship presentation on August 13, 2019 at Johnson-Brock Public Schools. Karen Haase, a partner of KSB School Law, and the school district’s attorney will be providing three sessions of digital citizenship education.
Students as young as three have access to all sorts of technology. Do you currently know what apps your students are viewing? Are you sure they are safe? Karen will go in depth on what parents should look out for when their children are using electronic devices. Last year, we had over 40 parents take part in the presentation and we are hoping to increase that number this year. Your attendance could help keep your child out of trouble with not only the school but also law enforcement. Please consider attending one of Karen’s sessions. The first session will be held at 5:00 p.m. with two more sessions following at 6:00 & 7:00 p.m. This event is open to parents of students in grades PreK-12. As an added bonus, each family who attends will be able to waive the $25 Chromebook Damage Deposit for each child in their family.