Parent University Presents Digital Safety With Jo Langford

In this age of remote schooling and nonstop developments in educational technology, now more than ever, it is important for families to educate themselves on digital safety. Please join the Bush School on Wednesday, February 3 from 5:30 – 6:30 PM for Parent University: Digital Safety with Jo Langford for an overview of t/ween behavior in this digital age.

Jo Langford, M.A. is a dad, a Master’s-level therapist, author, and sex educator for tweens, teens and parents, in Seattle, Washington. For the last twenty years, Jo has worked in the intersection of adolescence, sexuality, technology and behavior. Jo speaks internationally using information, education and humor to help parents and professionals increase their knowledge and self-confidence as a proactive defense against the unfortunate consequences that sometimes accompany teen sexuality, behavior and development.

Due to online platform capacity, advance registration is required, but there is no cost associated with your ticket. Click here to learn more about Parent University or contact Events and Community Engagement Manager Amelia Kramer for further questions.

Parent University Yearlong Virtual Series
This year, instead of a full-day conference on the Bush campus, Parent University will be offered quarterly as a virtual parent education series. All sessions are free to Bush parents/guardians and the greater Seattle and Methow parent/guardian communities. 
 
On November 4th, Bush kicked off their virtual Parent University series with an empowering and timely discussion with author Eric Liu, who spoke about the importance of raising civic-minded children and the power of character, community, and the collective. If you were unable to attend this discussion, you can access the event recording here