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VIRTUAL EVENT: Internet Safety Night

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  • Safety & Security

All district families and community members are cordially invited to join us for a virtual presentation on school safety and online security at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 13.

You're Invited to Join Us!

All BPS families and community members are cordially invited to join us for a virtual presentation on school safety and online security at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 13. Your child's well-being is our top priority and we believe safeguarding their physical and digital lives is a collective responsibility.

The event will focus on the state's cutting-edge, student-safety program, OK2SAY, as well as important general information on online safety for kids. OK2SAY has been instrumental in preventing school violence by empowering students, parents, and professionals to identify and report warning signs before they escalate. By leveraging a confidential reporting system, OK2SAY enables a network of care and safety around our students, facilitating early intervention.

Here's what you can expect to learn:

  • Key warning signs of potential violence or harmful behaviors and how to report them.
  • How OK2SAY integrates with school staff, community mental health programs, and law enforcement to create a safety net for our children.
  • Best practices for online safety to equip your kids with the tools they need to navigate the digital world responsibly.

This free program is not only about preventing incidents but also about transforming school culture to emphasize hope, support and speaking up. We want our schools to be places where every student feels secure, valued, and heard.

Don't miss this opportunity to become more informed and proactive about your student's safety. We look forward to your valuable participation because together, we can build a safer, more supportive educational environment for our children.

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