Middle and high school students face online threats from many sources. Consider the following:
- 1 out of every 5 kids has been sexually solicited online
- 1 in every 3 teenagers have experienced online harassment
- 1 in 4 kids play online games with people they don’t know
- 1 in 6 kids have received sexually suggestive photos of someone they know via text message
- Children are 51 times more likely to be the victims of identity theft than adults
Our children are plugged into the Internet via laptops, phones, and online gaming. Parents cannot be expected to monitor their children’s online activity at all times. It is essential that kids are made aware of the risks of sharing too much information online.
In this dynamic, interactive assembly program James Munton ties together the topics of cyberbullying, online predators, sexting, and identity theft with one single, easy to adopt strategy: Think Before You Click!
“Thank you for coming to the White House. Your engaging performance delighted everyone…We appreciate your participation in a unique and longtime White House tradition.”
President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush
Exciting, Entertaining School Speaker
By presenting a serious topic in a fun, interactive way, James keeps middle and high school audiences engaged and entertained. No PowerPoint slide show, no outdated videos with cartoon characters. In the words of one high school counselor, “when James speaks, students hang on his every word.”
“Thank you for a wonderful presentation that held the interest of the students and conveyed important information.”
M. Crow, Creekview Middle School
In the Cybersense: Think Before You Click! program, students will:
“Teachers and students told me this was the best assembly program they had ever seen. The principal was amazed. When they weren’t clutching their sides with laughter, the kids were hanging on your every word…very, very impressive.” A. Solomon, The Foote School
For more information about CyberSense: Think Before You Click please browse the information in the speaker packet or call 1-888-773-2155 to book James Munton to speak at your school.