Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Staying Safe in Today’s Social Media World

Spring Branch ISD parents and educators will have the opportunity to join together early this fall to become informed on tough issues related to the use of social media and student safety.

Social media and internet use national expert Daphne Levenson will speak during a public forum from 7-8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 29, at the district’s Don Coleman Coliseum, 1150 Dairy Ashford. Parents and families are encouraged to attend. The coliseum talk is free and open to the public.

Levenson, a highly regarded speaker and trainer, will address the following: From Reactive to Proactive: Next Generation Social Media Training. Ms. Levenson has trained national groups, including state police chiefs and thousands of individuals, about proper social media use, internet crime and community safe-use practices.

During the past 16 years, Levenson’s clients have included the Bureau of Justice, Department of Homeland Security and police chiefs associations in Alabama and Texas. She aims to bring current professional development to campus and district administrators, police, parents and students to gain insight into current and future uses of social media.

Through her firm, Next Generation Training, SBISD student leaders, parents and school and district administrators will attend sessions on social media during the week of Sept. 28 at the district’s Technology Training Center.

You won’t want to miss this evening at Don Coleman Coliseum!

Register Online Now:

Evening Session
Don Coleman Coliseum
7 - 8:30 p.m.
Morning Session
Spring Woods High
9 - 10:30 a.m.


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