CANTON, Mich. - As social media continues to evolve at a rapid pace, the need for parents to stay informed about ways their children are communicating online remains a priority.
The Canton Charter Academy located on Ford Road will host a cyber safety program for parents on Tuesday, February 26.
A representative from the Michigan Attorney General's office will speak to parents during the program which starts at 6 p.m.
The one hour session will teach parents tools they can use at home to monitor their child's internet activity and prevent cyber-bullying.
For more information on the event contact Mark Meyer at 517- 487- 9320.
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