As the current generation of young people navigates their way through the proper use of technology, parents and guardians also have to be prepared and understand how to best support and protect them.
Cyberbullying is the use of technology to harass, threaten, embarrass, or target another person. Katy ISD wants to help equip you with the tools and insight needed to protect, respond and report any type of cyberbullying situation.
Katy ISD invites all parents, guardians and community members to attend the upcoming Legacy Parent Academy (LPA) educational session to learn more about cyberbullying prevention and identification, how to respond to threats, the warning signs to protect students from falling prey to this epidemic and reporting of bullying and bully-like behavior. LPA sessions are free and specifically designed to provide you with valuable strategies and techniques. Sessions will take place throughout the school year and will include experts on a variety of topics. For more information, visit the Legacy Parent Academy website.
This is so sad that we must become aware of so many perspectives not available many years ago. It is an age problem though. And now it much more efficient and easy to execute, likely with much more unanimity. My children are beyond this range, though hopefully this will curb some of this behavior as it is truly detrimental behavior. I would encourage all with personal experiences to enlighten us as to what is possible and how to combat it or better yet see the warning signs. Prayers to all children and parents that have to endure this. And perhaps with an open discussion, both parents of both sides can curtail this behavior and keep it to a minimum. Which equates to a minimum in effects of such, on both sides of course