Come join parents from all divisions as Bud Freund (Parent, 2016 & 2019) and Senior Assistant State Attorney Richard Colangelo educate parents about ways to help “manage” your child’s use of the internet. Parents will walk away from this presentation with practical skills about how internet usage can be monitored, limited and/or removed. Also, a deeper understanding of the abuses and dangers of online usage will be explored from Mr. Colangelo’s area of expertise. It will be an informative presentation for all.
Bud Freund teaches technology at Bi-Cultural Day School and provides tech support to small businesses and families looking for reasonable, cost-effective solutions. Mr. Freund also provides training to individuals, groups and corporations including GE, USB and the YMCA. Mr. Freund’s computer and networking knowledge base has grown from over 16 years of training and mentoring and started with building HIPAA compliant networks for medical offices in Fairfield and Westchester Counties. His skill set also enables him to give back to the community as a SCORE counselor specializing in IT.
Richard J. Colangelo, Jr. is a Senior Assistant State’s Attorney in the Judicial District of Stamford / Norwalk. Attorney Colangelo joined the Division of Criminal Justice in March 1993. He has prosecuted all types of major felony cases. Throughout his career he has specialized in cases of child exploitation, both severe physical and sexual abuse, and child sexual exploitation cases involving the internet. He has taught in the Criminal Justice program at Norwalk Community College since 1995. Attorney Colangelo is the Chairman of the State Board of Examiners for Psychologists, Chairman of the Easton Police Commission, Vice President of the Human Services Counsel Board of Directors in Norwalk, President of the Boys and Girls Club of Redding-Easton Board of Directors, and a member of the Eyewitness Identification Task Force. He has presented on various topics at area schools, businesses and parent groups.
Date: Monday, May 20, 2013
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
by Bobby Walker
on Monday May 13 at 05:59PM
Dear Middle School Parents,
The Upper School New Orleans club NOLA in Need will be hosting a movie night on Thursday, April 25, at 7:00 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center. The movie we will be showing is Mean Girls. It is a favorite of many students, so we are playing it in the hopes of getting a large crowd and earning a lot of money. It will cost 5 dollars to see the movie. Pizza and snacks will be sold as well.
We would also like to inform you that Mean Girls might not be appropriate for younger students in the Middle School. It is rated PG-13, and some scenes contain bad or inappropriate language, so we understand if not all students are able to attend.
Our club works closely with St. Anna’s Episcopal Church in New Orleans, which has an after school program for underprivileged children from surrounding neighborhoods. The money that we earn from this movie night will benefit the children who attend the after school program. In the past, we have done book drives for St. Anna’s, earning approximately 750 books for them. They are so grateful for our help, and it would mean a lot if we could get as many students as possible to attend this movie night.
Thank you so much for your support,
Celine McGoran, President Brendan Hanley, Vice President
by Bobby Walker
on Wednesday April 24 at 06:00AM
by Bobby Walker
on Sunday April 21 at 10:47PM