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Episcopal Church of the Nativity

We are a Christian community in Burnsville, Minnesota committed to loving God and our neighbors by worshiping together, serving others and welcoming all. On Sundays, we worship at 8, 9 and 11:30 and have education for all ages at 10:30.

Website: http://www.nativityepiscopal.net
Location: Burnsville, MN
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Latest Activity: Mar 30, 2009

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Comment by Christopher Howard on March 30, 2009 at 10:53am
Internet & Cell Phone Safety
MRL? A/S/L? W/E!
Translated for Parents: Meet in Real Life, Age/Sex/Location, Whatever!

Internet Safety Skills for Parents and Teens

Do your teens and pre-teens have the basic information they
need to help protect their digital footprints?
Do you know how to begin the conversation about
Internet and Cell phone safety with your teen?

6:30-8:30 pm, Wednesday, April 8
Open to all parents and teens in grades 5th–8th
Episcopal Church of the Nativity, Burnsville

Many parents wonder how to keep up with their teen in the face of changing technology. If you feel that your teenager MAY know more than you do about social networking or text messaging, this session may be the first step to trigger needed conversations about Internet safety with you and your teen.

What Parents are saying:
“Fantastic overview! I feel pro-active and not scared. Thanks.” - Parent
“This should be mandatory for all kids and parents.” - Parent

What Teachers are saying:
“Alison Feigh did a wonderful job presenting the information. She works well with this age group. Love her no nonsense approach.” – Jr. High School Teacher
“This is something that parents need to hear.” –High School Teacher

What Teenagers are saying:

“I need to be smart about Internet Safety...and report things that I know are wrong.” – Teen
“I learned that I need to listen to my gut more.” – Pre-Teen

Alison Feigh has been with the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center since 2001 delivering youth and teen-centered safety messages to the public, assisting families with missing and exploited children issues, and providing key information to media and law enforcement.

She has done extensive media interviews as a subject matter expert on the topic of child and teen safety including interviews with CNN, FOX News, and local news stations. Alison Feigh is also the author of two nationally released books for children on personal body safety and is a frequent speaker at faith communities, schools and community groups.


Questions? Anna Ostenso at 952.435.8687

Episcopal Church of the Nativity, 15601 Maple Island Rd., Burnsville, MN 55306
Promo Poster Internet Safety.docNativity Internet Safety Invite.pdf
Comment by Christopher Howard on March 18, 2009 at 11:37am
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