Combating Cyberbullying & Keeping Kids Safe Online

Combating Cyberbullying and Keeping Kids Safe Online
Posted on 09/26/2018

During the week of October 15th-19th, Avon Grove Charter School will be participating in National Digital Citizenship week.  This will be AGCS’ second year implementing Common Sense Education Digital Citizenship curriculum in grades K-12. This year (particularly in grades 4-12), we will be compacting the focused lessons and activities within National Digital Citizenship Week.

Along with the lessons and activities planned for our students during the week, AGCS will be hosting a parent education session on Combating Cyber-bullying and Keeping Kids Safe Online led by the PA State Police and State Trp. Kelly Macintyre.

Within our culture, student access to technology and mobile devices has become a norm. As parents, you need the tools to be able to educate your children on the proper use of those devices and how to protect your children against cyber-bullying and other online threats.  Raising and educating young people in today’s 24/7 digital media environment is one of the most exciting and overwhelming challenges that parents and schools currently face. Working together we can raise a generation of kids to become smart, responsible, and respectful digital citizens.

We are inviting all of our AGCS parents out to learn from Trp. Macintyre about cyber-bullying and ways that parents can better support safe online practices for their children.

Combating Cyberbullying and Keeping Kids Safe Online

Date: Tuesday, October 16th

Time: 6:30pm-7:30pm

Where: State Road Campus Auditorium

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This event is completely free.  We only ask that your RSVP so that we have an idea of how many parents will be in attendance.

For more information about Common Sense Education Digital Citizenship Curriculum and National Digital Citizenship week please visit: