Bay District Schools, Panama City Beach Police Department and the Central Panhandle Associations of REALTORS® are pleased to announce a partnership to sponsor a series of training workshops for parents and students in middle and high school. The event, titled “Parents Against Predators,” aims to provide valuable information on online safety and raise awareness about potential online dangers.
The workshops will be held at two locations, Arnold High School on Tuesday, May 2nd and Mosley High School on Thursday, May 4th. The training sessions will be conducted by Panama City Beach Police Chief J.R. Talamantez, who has extensive experience in investigating online crimes and is committed to educating the community on online safety.
During the workshops, attendees will learn how to monitor their child’s online activity, identify dangerous apps on devices, and how students can spot a predator. The workshops will feature simultaneous presentations for parents and students, providing a comprehensive approach to online safety. They are geared toward middle and high school aged students and their parents.
The Central Panhandle Associations of REALTORS® is sponsoring a pasta dinner for all attendees, making this a great opportunity to enjoy a delicious meal while learning about online safety. The training is free, and no RSVP is required.
“We are excited to support these important training workshops for parents and students,” said 2023 CPAR President Jennifer Ledesma “These workshops will provide valuable information on how to keep kids safe online.”
“We are proud to support this initiative and bring awareness to online safety. Predators are out there, and parents are the front line in stopping them” said Central Panhandle Associations of REALTORS® CEO, Debbie Ashbrook. “Our association is committed to supporting the communities we serve, and we believe that education is an essential part of that commitment.”
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about online safety and protect your family from online predators. Join us for Parents Against Predators on May 2nd and May 4th at Arnold High School and Mosley High School, respectively. Dinner will be served at 5:30 and the presentations will follow. Event details are online at www.cpar.us/predator OR contact Bay District Schools Phone: (850) 767-4100 Email: email@example.com