Waiakea Intermediate School’s PCNC and PTA are hosting a parent night on cyberbullying and Internet safety.
The doors open 5:30 p.m. with the presentation 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 29 at Waiakea Intermediate School’s cafeteria. The presentation is free and open to the public.
Special guest is Chris Duque, retired HPD, White Collar Crime Unit, specializing in cybercrime investigations and computer forensics.
Does your child spend time on the computer? Do they use the internet? Do they own a cell phone, or perhaps borrow yours?
Are you aware or do you know how to protect your child or yourself from any of the following: Cyberbullying; Cyber Threats; Invasion of Privacy Social Networking; Stolen Identity; Sex Predators; or Sexting.
Theses are the topics Duque covers to help parents and students understand that online and offline activities interact and are tied to one another, and can have dire consequences. Decisions made online are irreversible.
This is a presentation every parent/guardian and student (grade 5 and above) should hear. Students need to be present with a parent.
For further information, contact Dawn Figueira, WIS PCNC at 981-7244.