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“Let’s Talk About…Cyberbullying” free workshop for parents & caregivers at WVMS – Jan. 11

on December 20, 2016

Cyberbullying is a real and growing problem for today’s youth (and even adults!)

Please attend a FREE hands-on workshop for parents & caregivers of children of all ages.

You will learn:
– The what, where and hows of cyberbullying
– How adults can help youth who are bullied
– Strategies to help youth avoid bullying others or being victimized
– The critical role of bystanders and helpful “upstanders”

The workshop will be held:
Wed., January 11, 2017
(snow date – January 18, 2017)
7-9 p.m.
Warwick Valley Middle School Media Center

“Most parents and caregivers did not grow up with tablets, cell phones and 24-hour access to the internet. Understanding what cyberbullying is, and how to address it, is critical in order to guide and direct our youth safely through the digital world.”

“I have been tempted to restrict all media usages for my pre-teen,” said a previous participant, “but now I understand how to help her use media wisely and safely.”

Childcare available for children ages 3 and older.

There is no charge for this program, as it is generously funded by Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County.

The registration form was sent to parents via School Messenger, and extra copies are available in the Middle School office.



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