Saturday, April 27th.
Nease High School is the location.
Starting at 9:00am the Community Empowerment Series will have their final event with one of the hottest topics that reaches everyone with a keypad or a cell phone.
Especially those teenagers that are are heading to prom that evening. Before you snap those picture and post those questionable comments, you will benefit from this event featuring Theresa Payton. She is one of our countries leading cyber safety experts and will be discussing cyber bullying, identity theft, and cell phone safety including sexting.
Did you know?
· Over 95% of teens use social networking
· Last year over 500,000 kids had their online identity stolen
*85% of teens have been cyber bullied at least once
· Sexting: 71% of teen girls and 67% of teen boys have participated in posting/sending sexually suggestive content.
Dr. Joseph Joyner is recommending that every teacher, parent and student attends this event and takes advantage of this learning experience.
St. Johns County Sheriff Shoar will be introducing Theresa Payton and will have his team available with literature for our community regarding Internet safety and our kids.
This is a FREE event and open to the public. It is presented by the St. Johns County Education Foundation and Communities in Schools of St. Johns County and sponsored by The St. Augustine Record, First Coast News and other generous donors.
Online registration is recommended.
Learn more at www.communityempowermentseries.com.