District 202 families are invited and encouraged to attend a special Internet Safety program at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, October 12, 2017 in the auditorium at Plainfield High School – Central Campus, 24120 W. Fort Beggs Drive, Plainfield.
The free program – Keeping Kids Safe in an Always-Connected, Constantly Changing World -- is presented by the District 202 Plainfield Parent Community Network (PPCN). Please park on the north side of the school near the Freshman Center, and enter at Door G.
Megan Brooks, chief investigator with the Will County State’s Attorney’s Office’s High Tech Crimes Bureau, will discuss:
The program will be available in both English and Spanish.
District 202 social workers, special education administrators and counselors formed the PPCN last fall to support parents with common parenting needs. “This group is intended to be a community resource for everyone,” said District 202 High School Student Services Director Tim Albores.
This is the first of three PPCN meetings planned for this school year. Other projected topics include “Overscheduled Kids and Anxiety” (January 18, 2018); and “Drug Abuse” (April 17, 2018). A committee comprising district administrators, principals, counselors and community members oversees the PPCN.
Please visit please visit www.plainfieldparentcommunitynetwork.org For more information about the PPCN