Lakeville Police Hold Cyberbullying Forum for Parents

May 15, 2017 06:47 PM

Lakeville Police are lending a helping hand to parents. 

Officers were scheduled to host a community forum Monday night at Century Middle School to talk to parents about issues like bullying, online safety and dealing with social media.

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The parent-teacher organization asked police to hold the event.

"We are just proactively trying to be better parents,"  said Erin Gonyea of the Century Middle School PTO.

"We wanted to know what's out there, know what we can do as parents to be aware of and what our kids are doing."

Police hope to hold another forum for parents during the next school year on mental-heath issues facing students.

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