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Online safety program to help parents

An online safety program specifically for parents of teens and elementary school-age children will be offered later this month in Sturgeon Bay.  The Online Safety & Technology Use in Door County presentation on January 30th will discuss what parents and guardians can do to be proactive in their child's use of technology like smartphones and laptops.  Chad Welch, family engagement leader for the Door County Partnership for Children and Families, says the free community event will share important information to parents about keeping their children safe.

 

 

Special Agent Carl Waterstreet from the State of Wisconsin Department of Justice and Door County District Attorney Colleen Nordin will discuss what parents should look out for and the legal issues surrounding technology use.  You can find contact information below this story on registering for the Online Safety & Technology Use in Door County presentation that is to be held at the Sturgeon Bay Library on Thursday, January 30 from 6:00 until 8:00 pm.

 

 


Chad Welch  920-421-3146 or email partnershipfel@gmail.com by this Friday. 

 

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