Uintah/Daggett Children’s Justice Center Hosting Helpful Classes

Parents and guardians have a hard task in teaching their children how to be safe on devices, especially as they are often the last to learn of new apps and websites online. The Uintah/Daggett Children’s Justice Center is offering special classes to help local families rise to the challenge. Up next is a class for children ages 9 to 12 to be held Tuesday, April 16th. The class will aim at teaching about Personal Boundaries, Electronics and Privacy, Where To Go For Help, and Dealing With Feelings of Guilt and Shame. The Children’s Justice Center shares that the classes “ are a lot of fun for the kids, and I GUARANTEE you learn something relevant and interesting at our parent classes.” To sign up, email bchandler@uintah.utah.gov or call the Center at 435-781-0105.

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