CLARK, NJ - The Clark Public School District is hosting a viewing of the award-winning film Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age on Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. in the Arthur L. Johnson High School auditorium.   

According to school officials, the film explores the impact of social media, video games, and internet usage on our children.  Through the film, parents will learn strategies to help their children navigate today’s digital world.  

The event is open to parents and students in the district and is recommended for children ages 10 and up.  A discussion with school counselors will also accompany the session. 

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“We are looking forward to viewing this film together with our students' parents and learning about some of the more unfamiliar impacts of this digital age that we are living in," said Superintendent Ed Grande.

This event is part of the district’s Parent University program, which includes community education nights, parent teas, and other assembly-type programs.

The program also includes virtual sessions that can be found on the district’s website under Parent University or on the district’s Facebook and Twitter pages.

For more information about this event or Parent University, contact Christine Broski at cbroski@clarkschools.org

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