Saturday, April 6, 2013

Community Empowerment Series: Session Three Internet Safety

St. Augustine, Fla.— St. Johns County is privileged to be featuring experts speaking on topics that empower us to keep our kids safe through the Community Empowerment Series. The final of three free sessions will be held on Saturday, April 27th in the auditorium at Nease High School, and features nationally known internet security expert Theresa Payton.

Payton will talk about Internet Safety. This includes topics such as cyber-bullying, children’s identity theft, technology’s role in kids’ lives and sexting.  This final session of the Community Empowerment Series is especially crucial due to its effect on all ages.~ No one is immune to cyber-crimes and identity theft.

This is a free event, however interested attendees are strongly encouraged to register online to reserve a seat. Parents, students of all ages, grandparents, school counselors, educators and anyone who wants to make our community a safer place for kids will benefit from attending the series.

For more online registration, sponsorship opportunities and more information visit A special thanks to The St. Augustine Record and First Coast News WTLV for sponsoring this series.

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