Cyber Sense Presentation
Assistant District Attorney Amanda Fowle presenting our Cyber Sense program to Hanson Middle School today.
Thank you, Principal William Trantor and SRO Derek Harrington for this opportunity to talk internet safety with your students.
ADA Amanda Fowle visited South Shore Educational Collaborative in Hingham this morning to present Cyber Sense.
Thank you, Program Director Cheryl Jacques and SRO Terrance Low for inviting us in to talk about internet safety.
At Plymouth North High School this morning for the Health & Safety Fair.
Proud that my office could be part of this event. Thank you to Assistant District Attorney Amanda Fowle for presenting our Cyber Sense Program, and thank you to Jen Cantwell, our Community Engagement Coordinator for staffing a table with our resources.
Great to see so many families turn out and so many of our community partners step up to make today’s fair a success!
Back in Hull with our Cyber Sense internet safety presentation, today at Lillian Jacobs Elementary School.
Thanks to Counselor Maureen Rosenplanter for reaching out to our office.
Discussing online piracy and surfing safely with a roomful of Hull pirates this morning at Memorial Middle School.
Thank you to Principal Tony Hrivnak for requesting our office’s Cyber Sense presentation, and for your care and concern for your students.
ADA Amanda Fowle kicked off Monday morning at Old Hammondtown School in Mattapoisett with our Cyber Safety program.
Thank you to Principal Rose Bowman and School Resource Officer Matt McGraw for requesting this presentation and keeping your 6th graders safe while online.
Principal Eliza Burns welcomed us to the Grace Farrar Cole Elementary School in Norwell for our Cyber Sense internet safety presentation.
Thank you for inviting us to talk to 5th graders about staying safe on the internet.
ADA Liz Marvel engaging students at South Shore Technical High School with our Cyber Sense presentation on March 28, 2022.
This year our office has had a record number of requests for our program.
Thanks to all the superintendents who want to ensure their students surf safely online.
Principal Paul Dupuis and School Resource Officer Kevin Harrington welcomed Assistant District Attorney Amanda Fowle to Whitman Middle School to present our Cyber Sense program to students.
At Plymouth Area Collaborative to present our Cyber Sense program to educate, equip and empower students with the knowledge and resources to safely operate online.
At Bridgewater-Raynham Regional High School to talk safe surfing online with 8th graders.
Thank you Principal Kaliff and School Resource Officer Sergio for inviting us to share our Cyber Sense presentation with your students.
Plympton’s Dennett School 5th and 6th graders learned some valuable lessons as part of our office’s Cyber Sense presentation.
Our thanks to Plympton Police Chief Hoffman, School Resource Officer Dana Smith and Principal Peter Veneto for caring about your school community.
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Thanks to IROC2’s Richard Guerry and our Children’s Advocacy Center for hosting today’s internet training for parents, educators and law enforcement. Mr. Guerry shared valuable information that we all need to get a handle on technology and keep our children safe.
Sponsored by: The Plympton Police D.A.R.E. Program and District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Plympton Townhouse Meeting Room
Topics of Discussion:
-What is social media?
-What impact does it have in our children’s lives?
-What dangers exist and preventative tools for parents?
-An open discussion and demonstration of “apps” in current use and trending
Q&A to follow.