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LSSD, LPD to offer cyber security briefing for parents

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Lebanon Special School District and the Lebanon Police Department are joining forces to present information to parents aimed at making sure children use technology safely during a workshop scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 10.

LPD Management Information Systems (MIS) System Administrator Elvis Huff will co-facilitate the workshop with LSSD Instructional Technologist Chris Tenbarge. The duo will offer information on how Chromebooks work, the importance of every student having his or her own laptop to take home and how that translates into an ever-evolving, technology-driven world. Tenbarge will discuss LSSD's action plan to keep students safe on Chromebooks, introducing the Parent Portal and Internet filter so that parents can manage children's screen time at home and also view their Internet history.

The free workshop, which includes refreshments and childcare, will be held from 6 until 8:30 p.m. in the library at Castle Heights Upper Elementary School on Tuesday, Nov. 10. For more information or to RSVP, contact LSSD Family Resource Center Coordinator Beth Petty at (615) 453-2693 or beth.petty@lssd.org.

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