Waynesville School District parents whose children have cell phones are encouraged to attend the Tiger Pride Session on social media from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday
Waynesville School District parents whose children have cell phones are encouraged to attend the Tiger Pride Session on social media from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 7th, at the Waynesville Middle School Library. The presenters will be Waynesville Middle School students who will share tactics that students and parents can use to minimize drama on social media. WMS students have been participating in the #ICanHelp program this year, which challenges students to think about the impact that a potential post might have on another student. All parents and their students in Pre-K through 12th grades are welcome to attend the session, regardless of the school their child attends. During the session, parents will learn guidelines for social media and device use, and learn how to monitor their child’s social media, technology devices, and digital wellness Students will learn about appropriate social media use, including posting appropriate comments, how to report inappropriate social media use,
how to block inappropriate people, how to stop negative talk with positive talk, and how to follow non-toxic pages and people.