We're all familiar with Facebook. But if you want to learn more about the site you're invited to a special program at Clinton high school Thursday night.
Safety on Facebook and the internet are vital. So, Facebook has teamed up with the Attorney General's office and the Mississippi Department of Education for the "Facebook Roadshow."
It's all in an effort to help parents keep tabs on their children's internet activity. Facebook staff will be on hand to teach parents and students how to navigate Facebook and the internet more efficiently and safely.
Sandi Beason, the Public Information Officer for Clinton Public Schools, says, "it's pretty special and honestly I don't know when it'll happen again in our area, you can come you can ask the tough questions, you know they expect that, so we hope people will really take advantage of that."
The "Facebook Roadshow" will begin at 6:00PM in the Clinton High School auditorium. It's free and open to the public. If you cannot make the event, tune into the Attorney General's Facebook page at http://on.fb.me/n9x9Ri
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