May 02
May Is Upon Us

We are into the final two months of the school year, the weather is finally turning around and we are all excited to be able to get outdoors. Social media continues to be our number one concern for children and we asking parents to be diligent in monitoring what is happening at home. Most of the contact kids have is in the evening, and when it turns unkind parent and kids ask the school to solve the problem. We need your help in making sure your children are supervised and that you know who they are talking to and what they are saying. The phone is owned by parents, and ultimately it is the parent that is responsible for anything inappropriate that takes place on the phone. Those devices are awesome sources of power and incredible entertainment, but they can turn the school world upside down in a single text, Snap Chat or Instagram post. If we all just take a moment to ensure we know what our kids are doing, the cyber​ world becomes a much safer place. ​

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