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#BeKind When You’re Online initiative.

posted Feb 5, 2020, 10:33 AM by Brittany Haupt
How can I monitor my child online? When should my child get a phone? What is “vamping” anyway? The Millard Public Schools Superintendent’s Interfaith Advisory asked these questions and more importantly, is assisting families with the answers.  MPS and the Interfaith Advisory have collaborated on the #BeKind When You’re Online initiative.

Join us Tuesday, March 3 at Millard West High School, 6:30-7:30 PM for an informational Parent’s Night session with START (Stand Together and Rethink Technology). START has been nationally recognized for their work and was featured by Diane Sawyer on her Screen Time special last spring.  Together we will learn how to begin the conversations that every family needs to have about the use of digital technology in their home.

This event for parents is free and open to the public. See attached flyer.

Contact Marian Fey (mfey12@mpsomaha.org 402-751-6327) with questions or for more information about the #BeKind When You’re Online initiative.
  


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