Grant Community High School District 124 recently issued the following announcement.
On Wednesday, October 16, 2019, the Grant Parent University Program will be presenting its next offering--Techin’ It to the Streets. The highlight of this program will be a keynote presentation by Carol Gudbrandsen, Cyber Crimes Analyst from the Lake County State's Attorney Office on Internet safety, sexting, and cyberbullying. She will also have Browser, the Lake County Electronic Evidence K9.
Prior to the keynote presentation, parents and students will attend one pre-session focusing on technology from
the following list of offerings:
- A Parent Overview of Schoology: All classes will be posting information on Schoology next year. Learn
how to sign up and use this learning management system. Find out what you can find out about your
- Generation Z (Looking at This Generation of Students, Children, and Learners): The students in our
school today are Generation Z learners. Find out what makes individuals of this generation different from
- Sea of Social Media: Facebook is “old” for our students. What is the social media trend and hype today for
students? Learn about some of the various social media used by students today.
- Monitoring Your Student’s Chromebook Use at Home: While students are at GCHS, their Internet
activity is constantly being monitored and filtered. However, when they are at home, you might want to be
able to monitor their activity. Our tech department will share information about how this could possibly be
done if you need the help.
Original source can be found here.
Source: Grant Community High School District 124