All OH parents and guardians are invited to a special event Tuesday (May 4) titled “Technology Information Night: What Parents Must Know.”
The event is hosted by parent-support group OH21 and the district’s Department of Technology. The one-hour event begins at 7 p.m. and takes places in the auditorium at the Junior/Senior High School. Masks are required and social distancing will be practiced.
The event’s central question to be explored: How much you should know about your child’s online presence and use? Among the topics are:
- Why should you monitor your child's phone and computer presence?
- Why are Vault apps dangerous and what you should know about Instagram, Snapchat, and other social media platforms?
- How can you monitor your child’s phone and home computer (discussion of the Bark app)?
- How often should you be monitoring your child’s phone and does the frequency change with their age?
- How do I set up parental controls on an iPhone and android phone?
- How do I set up parental controls on a home computer and check browser history?
- Life 360: What is it and how do you use it?
- What do I need to know about cell phone contracts for my child?
- Should I know my child’s passwords and why?