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Alameda Family Enrichment Series ~ SCREENTIME: Can We Strike a Balance in Our Children's Digital Lives?
Audience: Homepage, Library, Spring Sports, Resources, Student Life, Tracy Allegrotti, RESEARCH AND WRITING, PTSA, Academic Research Resources, RESEARCH AND WRITING, Spring Sports, Academics, Counseling Services, Community, Fall Sports, Student Center, Library, Academics, Student Center, About, Academic Research Resources, Course Resources, Course Resources, Resources, Community, Calendar & Teams, PTSA, About, Winter Sports, Winter Sports, Fall Sports, Homepage, College & Career, College & Career, Student Life, Calendar & Teams, Athletics and Athletics
Posted by: Tracy Allegrotti
Location: EHS Cafeteria Contact: PTA Council
Start Time: 7:00 PM End Time: 8:30 PM

Join us for a research-based discussion about screen-time, health impacts, parent-child communication, and boundary setting.


This evening will be facilitated by Jamie Nunez, Bay Area Regional Manager at Common Sense Media.  Jamie has spent more than 15 years helping school districts and after school programs create engaging environments that address student attention gaps.