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SafeStudents Online Program

St. John Neumann Regional Catholic School Introduces SafeStudents Online Program for Parents

SafeStudents Online is pleased to announce that St. John Neumann Regional Catholic School, a pK-8 Catholic school located in Lilburn, Georgia, in the Archdiocese of Atlanta, has selected SafeStudents Online to help its parents keep their children safe from some of the threats commonly found on social media.

Starting in October 2018, St. John Neumann will provide the SafeStudents Online program for all parents of students in grade 8, with the potential to expand the program in future years. Parents will be able to monitor their children’s social media activity for inappropriate or potentially dangerous posts and receive alerts to help them take action when necessary.

SafeStudents Online balances protection with privacy to encourage collaboration and communication between parents and children. The advanced technology helps parents keep their children safe from online threats such as cyberbullying, online predators, and damaged reputations. Parents never need to ask for their children’s passwords, and the online activity is monitored privately by parents, with the school having no access to the content.

Parents will receive Welcome emails from SafeStudents Online on Monday, October 15, 2018, which include their activation links and instructions.

“We partner with our parents in their children’s formation and education, all aspects of their learning and their safety are a priority. Together we need to be informed as to where children spend their time and how it will influence their development. With the ever increasing amount of time spent online, parents need to have a tool in which to support, engage and monitor what their children are exposed to in this area. SafeStudents Online provides parents and children with a tool that can do just that.”

– Dr. Julie Broom, Principal

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