04 May 2018

Screenagers: Growing Up In The Digital Age, Comes To Tampa, Florida

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I lead an amazing group of girls. Girl Scouts have become a huge part of my life with my own three girls and the opprotunities we have had because of their hard work and dedication what Girl Scouting is all about!

We are excited to announce that my Girl Scout Troop 30893, 6th grade Cadettes from Learning Gate Communtiy School, will be hosting a community screening of the Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age.  This film was chosen to help open the conversation between parents and kids about screen time, social media, and how our children are growing up in the digital age like no generation before.  We invite you to attend with your children and then stay for a Q&A with a special guest. Bark.us will have their CPO (Chief Parent Officer- Tatania Jordan) to help talk about social media safety and conversations we should be having with our children. (Bark is an app that helps keep kids safer online.) Mark your calendars for this event and invite your friends.  It is one that should not be missed. This is a free event and open to the community. 

Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 6pm. Film will begin at 6:15pm. Discussion begins at 7:15- 8pm.
FREE COMMUNITY EVENT
Learning Gate Community School
Hosted by: Girl Scouts Troop 30893
Hanna Campus- 16215 Hannah Road, Lutz, FL 33549
Open to the public- seating is limited. Doors open at 5:30pm.
Link to Facebook Event for more details.
Snacks will be provided by GoGo squeeZ.
 **Appropriate for adults of kids all ages and kids 10 years old and older. We will leave the choice up to parents who choose to bring their children. No childcare on site will be provided. 

About the Girl Scouts: The Girl Scouts Troop 30893 from Girl Scouts of West Central Florida, are earning their aMAZE Journey badges. This journey requires the girls to host a Take Action Project taking what they have learned about healthy relationships and passing it along to others. They hope to open up the conversation between kids and their parents and believe that healthy relationships online and in person could keep kids safe. 

Marisa
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Marisa is a Mama to 4 kids and resides in Tampa, Florida with her family. Connect with her on Twitter @TampaMama to learn more about Tampa Bay and things to do with kids, Florida family travel, travel adventures and tips or her secret parenting tips for staying alive while wrangling 4 kids. She has a "official" business background in marketing + PR + events, but now plays daily with social media strategy, brand development and digital media. Days are long. Life is short.

2 Responses to “Screenagers: Growing Up In The Digital Age, Comes To Tampa, Florida”

  1. Reply Samantha says:

    The video is very well produced good job

  2. Reply Elaine Comeau says:

    Hello Marisa, I love your blog! Wow! Four kids! I only have three. My name is Elaine and I am a mom of three and a former school teacher, and I also am the creator of a children’s daily visual schedule called Easy Daysies, which I made by parent demand to help kids get out the door faster in the morning. My goal is to help kids and busy families have easier days, and that is how it got its’ name… Easy Daysies®! I just came across your blog as I am looking for some mom bloggers who live in Florida. I recently had a stroke which prevented me from connecting with you earlier, and I would be so grateful for your kind help. Would you or would you know of any mom bloggers who would be interested in reviewing Easy Daysies for Back to School? The reviewer would receive an Easy Daysies Mombassador Back-To-School Care Package valued at $150.

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