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April 4, 2013

School counselor to talk teens and social media

BYFIELD — The Governor’s Academy Parent Allies will host guest speaker Suzanne B. Baumann in a talk about teens and social media that’s aimed at parents on Wednesday, April 10, at 9:30 a.m. in the Frost Library at the school on Elm Street.

Baumann’s presentation — “Facebook, Tumblr, and the Next Big Thing: Helping Your Student Navigate the Digital Wilderness” — will address issues related to teens and social media, including social-emotional concerns, general health and development concerns, parenting opportunities, strategies and scripts. There will be time for questions at the end of the presentation.

A school counselor and family consultant, Baumann has 13 years of experience working with children, parents and faculty at the nation’s top independent schools.

The presentation is open to the general public. Tickets and reservations are not necessary. For more information, contact Anne Miller at amiller.email@gmail.com. For directions or more information, visit www.thegovernorsacademy.org and find directions in the Visitor Information section.

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