Oxford PTO Sponsoring to Sponsor Internet Safety Class

Oxford PTO is sponsoring a free Internet safety class at 7 p.m. on Jan. 29.

The Oxford PTO is sponsoring an Internet Safety Class that has been rescheduled to Jan 29 at 7 p.m. at the Quaker Farms School Cafeteria.

Officer Michael Barry, Jr. will be conducting the event. He wil be discussing topics on safety as it pertains to the parent and child; communications with iPhones,  iPods and the dangers of predators; bullying via the Internet and when law enforcement gets involved; issues pertaining to YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and other forms of social media; and positive uses of the Internet when used safely.

There is no cost for this event. Due to the subject matter this presentation is for adults only.

If interested, please contact Christine O'Connell at 203-881-1987 or email her at chrissyo20@yahoo.com for reservations.

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Paul Singley January 10, 2013 at 02:58 PM
Deadline to sign up is Jan. 25, FYI
Common Man January 11, 2013 at 05:46 PM
Hi my name is Jeff Hovis, I am a retired Police Officer/School Resource Officer (SRO), i myself experienced a shooting in my school Feb 5th 2010 in Madison Al (Discovery Middle School). please take a moment to look at my site. I know since Sandy Hook you have been bombarded with ideas of school safety. I think i have a plan that will secure our schools 95% intruder free, no need to arm teachers of high tech equipment. My plan secures the front entrance and office/staff and restricts the movement of visitors/intruder with no where to go but out! It also seperates them from the student area and population without the prison feeling. Other entrance doors can be secured also and my plan implements help from teachers/parents and students from high school, middle and even elementary kids (with adult supervision). Its not a childs fix but the same fix that a contractor would do but by utilizing volunteer rsources, thousands of $'s can be saved. I also have other ideas about lockdowns, classroom windows and using items already in the school as safety measures. With my plan, Alabama could be the a model state for having a Intruder Free School system. Thanks for your consideration, yours truely, Jeff Please visit us on Facebook Common Sense Solutions, like us and share.


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