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Presentation on Students and Cyberbullying and Social Media Scheduled for January 26
The second of three, free educational seminars for parents, guardians and the general community on current topics regarding the well-being of students will be offered on Saturday, Jan. 26 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. “Cyberbullying and Social Media – Latest Trends Among the Young” will offer parents, guardians and the community with viable boundaries for students in using social media appropriately.
Clark Marrow with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department-Operation CleanSWEEP will assist attendees in understanding this important topic. You will gain a bird’s eye view of 21st century juvenile mischief and mayhem. From the latest fads in self-intoxication to social media misbehavior and from gangs and gang tactics morphing before our eyes to adolescents bringing the world’s oldest profession onto school campuses – Marrow has been heavily involved in these youth activities and issues.
Marrow is a member of the San Bernardino Countywide Gangs and Drugs Task Force, the Southern California Juvenile Officers Association, the National Association of School Resources Officers, the International Association of School Safety Professionals, the San Bernardino County Drowning Prevention Network and the Inland Empire SAFEKIDS Coalition.
In addition to the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District (YCJUSD) the HOPE Education Seminars are sponsored in conjunction with the California Schools Joint Powers Authority, the California Schools Risk Management and the California Schools Employee Benefits Association. Redland Community Hospital is also sponsoring this January presentation.
This upcoming educational presentation will include a free continental breakfast as well as childcare for children ages 3 to 7. (Children must be potty trained.) Additionally, Spanish and deaf/hearing impaired interpreters are available upon advanced request; please call 909-797-0174 to pre-arrange for interpreters.
The January 26 presentation will be held at Yucaipa High School at 33000 Yucaipa Blvd. in Yucaipa. For questions and/or additional information email: firstname.lastname@example.org.