High School to College
Helping Parents Navigate
Join Leigh Hurley as she presents:
What to Expect, When to be Concerned, and How to Help on Tuesday, July 10th at 6 pm. The event will take place at Trinity Episcopal Church Parish Hall, 1900 Dauphin St. Mobile
Topics to Include:
Drug and Alcohol
There will be a Q and A after the presentation with light refreshments. For more information contact Debbie at 251-222-8880.
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The only thing that changes faster than children is the internet.
Do you know?
Juggling family, work and life well is a challenge. Keeping your children safe on the internet can be a full-time job. Luckily, there are resources available to help. It truly takes a village to raise a child.
Marina Spears published a blog post on
dangerous apps in 2018. She highlights information on the following apps:
along with a class of apps that cloak other apps and a reminder about the continued inherent dangers in traditional social media apps. Take a moment and read her blog.
Talk with your children, set limits, continue to develop awareness and educate them are keys to successfully navigating the internet.