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District hosting a Cyber Safety Parent Informational Meeting on May 13

Flour Bluff ISD is hosting a unique opportunity to learn from the Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Office on cyber safety for children. Special Agent W.H. Hardwick will host a parent informational meeting about current trends in child exploitation investigations and how to keep you child safe while online. Special Agent Hardwick has more than 10 years of experience investigating child exploitation cases and will share his knowledge with parents.

The Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Cyber Safety Presentation presented by Special Agent Heath Hardwick was designed to be both informative and educational about the current trends in child sexual exploitation investigations. The presentation will define what child pornography is, as well as the state and federal statues regarding the sentencing for violations of each law. SA Hardwick’s compelling presentation will provide examples of the current problematic social media apps children are dealing with today. Real-life cases investigated by HSI will be detailed to warn the attendees what tactics predators have used to find, locate and meet with children. SA Hardwick will also provide information regarding predator awareness and red flags and early warnings that someone may be attempting to coerce or entice a child.

Cyber Safety Parent Informational Meeting
Thursday, May 13
6 – 7 p.m.
Flour Bluff Intermediate Cafeteria

*Due to the sensitive content of the presentation, this informational meeting is only open for parents to attend.

Click here for an information flyer

Flour Bluff ISD schools and facilities will be closed Friday, January 21st, 2022, due to severe weather conditions. The latest weather updates are indicating a high probability of freezing temperatures and precipitation that may create hazardous road conditions Friday morning.

All extracurricular activities (including athletics) will be canceled for the morning of Friday, January 21st. With temperatures currently expected to increase through the day on Friday, extracurricular activities scheduled for the afternoon may continue unless otherwise communicated by coaches or teachers/sponsors.

Flour Bluff ISD faculty and staff should not report to work on Friday, January 21st unless directed by your supervisor. Thank you for your patience as we assessed the situation. We ask that you please stay safe and warm in this winter weather. Flour Bluff ISD will resume its normal schedule on Monday, January 24th, 2022.