MES Connected Families Event
March 21st from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Morrisville Elementary School

Raising children in the age of smartphones and social media brings new challenges and concerns for all families. That’s why we are inviting you to our Digital Families Community Event, which promotes safer and more responsible use of online technology among children and families. MES was chosen as one of 200 schools to do hold this event by the National PTA through a grant from Facebook. During this event, your family will learn together about the importance of digital safety and online behavior.

Dinner will be provided, and childcare is available for kids who are in kindergarten or older.

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How many children will participate? The topics covered in this presentation are best suited for kids in 2nd grade and above. Please use your judgment in your children's participation. You can register for alternate activities for younger children later in this form. *
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