Critical Conversations - The Impact of Social Media

Critical Conversations - The Impact of Social Media
Event Date: 
Thursday, March 24, 2022 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm


Franklin High School
218 Oak St.
Franklin, MA 02038
United States

Social media plays a significant role in our students’ lives, it's designed to. Identifying strategies to establish a healthy relationship with social media that maximizes the benefits and mitigates the negatives is nothing short of a critical conversation.

We invite you to join us for an evening of listening, learning, and engaging with esteemed tech journalist, Georgia Wells from the Wall Street Journal as she quarterbacks a conversation on the state of social media. Our local panelists will consist of key community stakeholders and individuals well versed in the various stages of raising children.

The evening will include: 

  • Welcome and Opening remarks
  • Keynote Facilitated Conversation
  • Lt. Governor Remarks
  • Panelist Discussion 
  • Audience Q& A 
  • So Now What? Session will provide strategies for parents of elementary, middle and high school students to foster mindful social media habits.

Keynote Speaker

Georgia Wells, Tech Reporter for the Wall Street Journal

Featured Speaker

Karyn Polito - Lt. Governor of Massachusetts


Elizabeth Morrison - ASMS Principal 

Anne Davies - FHS School Adjustment Counselor

Jenn Briggs - FHS School Adjustment Counselor

Rebecca Ballinger - Elementary Counselor

Jen Knight-Levine, SAFE Coalition Director

Lily Rivera - Franklin Marketing and Communications Specialist

Gretchen Scotland - FHS Student

Zoom details below...

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.
When: Mar 24, 2022 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Critical Conversations - Social Media

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