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Hundreds Attend Screenagers Documentary on March 14

February 23, 2017

Hundreds Attend Screenagers Documentary on March 14

From Superintendent Dr. Brian Wegley,‏
"Thank you to the hundreds of students, parents and community experts for your presence and insights at last nights' (March 14) Screenagers: Growing Up in a Digital Age.' Parents-set boundaries with love." #d30learns

This is award-winning documentary that addressed issues parents and children face in today's digital world. A question and answer conversation with a panel of experts and students followed the screening. The event was free and open to students, parents and all community members.

"Psycholgists offered expecially poignant insights during the panel discussion regarding the importance of setting some time limits on digital engagement with kids," stated District 30's Director of Educational Technology, Andrew Kohl.

Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age was sponsored by CHARACTER COUNTS! in Glenview, Maple PTO, Youth Services of Glenview, and Family Service Center of Wilmette · Glenview · Northbrook · Kenilworth.


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