We all get that good kids make dumb decisions.
Social media fuels this.
Are We Ok With This?
The average 12 year old girl has over 5000 unmonitored social media exchanges per week. That’s over 700 per day. The average school with 1500 students will have over 300,000 unmonitored social media exchanges per day. And look, 99.9% are totally harmless, appropriate I’m sure. 1% may not be. That’s over 300 troubling conversations per day.
That’s not good.
Anyway, I’ve started to take a deeper look into the source, in the updates, so check them out.
To learn more and help save lives.
FAMILY OFFICE (to be posted by AUGUST 15, 2014; They’re already inside the gates.)
JULY: CYBER CITIZENSHIP; CYBER SECURITY These post will walk you through a very real threat in the world called our children’s lives.
I’m a believe in “real” information and solid data. What I’m saying is, I want to deal with the truth. All of it. The good, the bad and the ugly. Take a look and see what you think.
MAY: SOCIAL MEDIA. This will literally walk you though visual images that tell a story that much bigger than words.
I will be posting more videos and getting FACEBOOK ramped back up.
PS. Again, thanks to so many people who have stepped up to help make a different. Your support, ideas, conversation and words of good will have been received with heart-felt gratitude and thankfulness.
PSS. To our military…YOU are our greatest treasure; period. Thank you! Thanks Dad. And here’s a personal shout out to these post. Thank you for allowing me so serve you in some small way.
PSSS. And also want to recogizes again the incredible supporters of Breast Cancer. I was unable to attend the walk in October last year with our daughters. Last year, your donations help raise over $5025.00, though the Making Strides of Raleigh, NC.
Yvette, Caitlyn, Kerry, Abby & Grandson aka "King" Isaiah
Thank you! for your help.
We can beat this…one step at a time.