NUTLEY, NJ - The community is invited to a free screening of 'LIKE,' a documentary about the impact of social media on our lives, Feb. 4, 2020 at Nutley High School.

The goal of the film is to help viewers, of all ages, self-regulate their use of social media. Hosted by the Nutley Educational Foundation in conjunction with Nutley Public Schools, all parents in the township are encouraged to attend. The film is suitable for students in grades 5 through 12 as well, and they are encouraged to attend. As the film is being shown to encourage family dialogue about social media, pizza will be served to make it a night of 'dinner and a movie.'

After the screening, a panel will facilitate a community discussion. Members of the panel include mental health ambassadors, CORE ambassadors, and school representatives. 

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Parents and stakeholders in the community are encouraged to watch the trailer: LIKE trailer. 

Pizza is served at 6 p.m. The screening and discussions run from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 Nutley High School. 

Registration for this FREE family evening is required. Register for LIKE screening and pizza at Nutley High School Tues. Feb 4.

TAPinto Nutley confirmed that the if 100 people attend, the Nutley Public Schools District will have a homework-free "Wellness Weekend" this Spring. The dates of that weekend have not been determined yet. 


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