Join us on Saturday, December 2nd, from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm as we dive into the critical subjects of "Rules for the Digital World" and "The Dangers of Fake Prescription Pills." In this rapidly evolving digital age, our primary goal is to empower our youth with the knowledge and awareness necessary to navigate the online realm safely. We recognize that today's young generation is well-versed in the intricacies of the internet. However, the online world can be fraught with hazards, and it's essential to equip our youth with the skills to protect themselves from potential harm and to safeguard their friends and younger siblings. We are privileged to have Jo Lembo, a representative from Shared Hope International, as our featured speaker, sharing invaluable insights on online safety. She will introduce age-appropriate activities to educate and prepare students to be savvy and secure in their digital interactions. Our session will encompass: · The significance of safeguarding private information. · Recognizing and protecting against online predators. · Understanding the consequences of sharing or receiving compromising photos. · Exploring the potential outcomes that can lead to despair and more. · Setting healthy boundaries and addressing any crossed lines. · Effectively dealing with situations where someone makes you uncomfortable or requests inappropriate content. In addition to this enlightening presentation, we will be privileged to host a representative from the Clark County Sheriff's Office who will inform us about the dangers of fake prescription pills. These presentations are thoughtfully prepared with the students in mind, ensuring the content is relevant and relatable. Parents are not required to participate. However, if you want to come and listen in, you are very welcome. To help us make the necessary arrangements, we ask you to register for this event.