Social Media

I regularly speak with students about social media because it is the primary way that many of us connect with each other.  With all forms of communication, there are responsibilities that help people of all ages understand the necessary boundaries. Because social media communication is not face-to-face, a person may feel emboldened to write something that they normally would not say to someone’s face. The article (see link below) speaks about the ways one can deal with those who cross that boundary. I empower all our parents to discuss these options with their children in order to foster resilience and knowledge of the options that exist for those mistreated on Instagram and other social media platforms.

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/blog/how-to-block-and-report-cyberbullies-on-instagram?utm_source=NEW+04.26.2019+DEFAULT&utm_medium=email

Lance Fortner, H.I.S. Whole School Counsellor

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