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One Webster Families Invited to Digital Citizenship Teen Summit

The WCSD Digital Citizenship Committee recently tallied the results from a digital life survey that it sent to the district's secondary parents and students. Eight hundred fifty-six parents completed the survey, and they indicated that one of the major factors that parents and students are looking for information on is balance. How do we balance our digital/media use and our other priorities? One of the goals of the digital citizenship committee is to tailor district resources to the needs gathered in this survey. The committee is proud to announce that it will be holding a teen summit on Monday, December 10, 6:30-7:30 p.m., to help parents understand what teens lives are like growing up with technology immersion. The summit will take place in the Willink Middle School cafetorium, 900 Publisher's Parkway, Webster.
Flyer announcing teen summit


The WCSD Digital Citizenship Committee hopes parents and teens can attend this important evening.

For more relevant resources regarding balance, please view Spotlight newsletter's issue on digital citizenship by clicking here.
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