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Feb. 24, 2017

two teens sitting on a bench and looking at phonesFeel like you've seen more of the top of your teen's head lately than you have seen their eyes? The average teenager spends 6.5 hours in front of a screen each and every day. The documentary, SCREENAGERS, explores the impact of digital addiction on teenagers' development as well as on their emotional and mental health, and offers pragmatic solutions for parents to teach their children how to best navigate these uncharted digital waters. Monticello Central School District will offer two screenings of SCREENAGERS at Robert J. Kaiser Middle School on March 13 and March 15 at 6:30 p.m. Monticello staff will lead attendees in a guided discussion before and after. Come and learn effective strategies to empower teens to use technology responsibly. Space is very limited and you must reserve tickets through EventBrite for admission to this event. To reserve tickets, click here and then click "select dates", click on the date that you would like to attend, and select "register" on the following page.