(June 8, 2012) Surfs up at Frisco Fire Safety Town! Parents – learn how to keep your kids safe as they surf the web during summer vacation.
McAfee and Frisco Fire Safety Town will host three free, one-hour workshops on Tuesday, June 12, to teach kids and teens how to be safe on the Internet. The three sessions are scheduled for 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Online Safety for Kids workshops are going to be held at:
- Frisco Fire Safety Town (8601 Gary Burns Dr.)
- Frisco Fire Station #5 (Eldorado Parkway, near Independence Parkway)
- Frisco Fire Station #7 (330 W. Stonebrook Parkway, near FM 423).
Families with children entering K - 5th grades should attend workshops at Frisco Fire Safety Town, while families with 6th - 12th graders are directed to fire stations #5 and #7.
Safe Summer Surfing is the city-wide theme for June 12 in an effort to raise awareness for online safety during the summer months. Participants and members of the community are encouraged to wear Hawaiian attire on this day in spirit of the theme.
The company takes part in Cyber Safety Awareness Day as part of its Global Community Service Day, marking the company’s 25th anniversary.
Those who wish to attend the workshops should register by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the email include your name, the number of adults and children attending, and which location you will attend class.