The film, produced by IndieFlix, has candid interviews with kids, teens, adults and experts about the phenomenon of social media and ways to navigate it safely. The Norris Cultural Arts Center is located at 1040 Dunham Road.
As a follow-up to the documentary, District 303 will host national digital citizenship speaker Josh Ochs, who works in collaboration with the producers to help promote responsible online citizenship. During his visit on October 30 and 31, Ochs will spend time at both middle and high schools, and present to parents on the evening of October 30.
The parent presentation will be at Thompson Middle School at 6:30 p.m. Additional details about District 303 Parent University programming can be found at online at district.d303.org/parent-university.