St. Francis Hosting Internet Safety Class Tonight
St. Francis Regional Medical Center is hosting an Internet safety class tonight. Parents and children can learn about sexting, Facebook and cyberbullying.
The following is a press release from St. Francis Regional Medical Center.
Karina Berzins from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension will be presenting Internet Safety: Protect yourself and kids tonight, Jan. 31, at 7 p.m. at St. Francis Regional Medical Center. Karina is a Specialist for the state and has a lot of interesting topics about internet safety.
• Learn about current safety concerns on the internet; both internet crimes and on social media (cyberbullying, sexting, Facebook, monitoring sites, etc).
• Get tips on how to protect yourself and your kids.
• Hear what law enforcement is doing in our community to protect our kids on the internet.
You can sign up for this free class by calling the Ask St. Francis line at 952-428-2000.