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County schools learn internet safety
Greensburg Daily News
GREENSBURG â€“ In late February, the Daily News printed an article about North Decatur Elementary School (NDES) students learning internet safety from school counselor Candy Scaggs. The information in that article came from general course materials ...
Hundreds of worried parents and children attend Weber Internet safety seminar
The Internet Safety Night was held at Weber High School in Pleasant View with more than 1,500 parents and students from the high school and middle schools attending. "It's only growing, not going away," Weber High Principal Velden Wardle said on the ...
Children's online safety to be discussed at Strongsville High Thursday night
The Plain Dealer
STRONGSVILLE, Ohio -- Each day, millions of children and teenagers use the Internet to visit websites, use mobile apps or interact through social media. Many might be exposed to unsafe or inappropriate content. According to the Ohio Internet Crimes ...
Looking beyond Facebook: Program highlights keys to kids' Internet safety
As part of a series of parent forums, Immaculate Conception Catholic Regional School held an Internet safety presentation on Feb. 26 in the auditorium. Brian Lamoureux, Esq., was the presenter for the evening, and ICCR Principal Brian Cordeiro was also ...
Police aim to teach kids about Internet safety
JOHNSTOWN - The city Police Department is involved in recent public presentations to area students about Internet safety, the Common Council heard Monday during reports given at City Hall. In his report, city police Chief Mark Giford said Lt. David ...