I was talking to a 5th grade girl the other day and asked her if she had any experience with bullying at school.
When I was in high school we worried about our clothes, hair, makeup, friends, and grades. It’s different now.
I’m sure most parents are unfortunately very familiar with the increase in recent years of dangerous, viral social media challenges. What’s the newest one?
If you have a child getting ready to enter middle school this year here are some things to be aware and reminded of.
TECH stands for Talk, Educate, Co-View, and House Rules.
Teaching children can often be tricky, regardless of age or cognitive abilities.
Cyberbullying is defined as “The use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.”
In consideration of the following agreements herein, the parent and child will agree to the following..
Last week we asked some students how they felt about adding their parents on social media and received a mixed bag of answers.
As is usually the case, whenever new technology starts to impact society, there are a number of unintended consequences