The Hampton Township School District will host an anti-bullying awareness and cyber security awareness seminar on Oct. 24 at Hampton High School.
The event is part of the InfraGard 2012 Safe Schools Statewide Conference – a program that brings together federal, state and local law enforcement, schools and non-profit organizations to discuss current and developing trends relating to cyber, physical and human security issues affecting students in K-12, colleges/universities/trade schools and both public and private businesses.
The format for the event will include both professional presentations, as well as an interactive forum for attendees, and is ideal for school administrators, educators, counselors (PreK-12), university instructors and students in the education field. Business and industry leaders who are concerned about organizational resilience and today’s youth, homeland security, public safety and law enforcement officials and parents also are invited to attend. Due to the nature of the content being presented, the seminar is not appropriate for children.
Scheduled presenters include Gov. Tom Corbett, Auditor General Jack Wagner, representatives from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Attorney General’s Office, as well as the State Police.
A continental breakfast will be served at 7:30 a.m., with the conference beginning promptly at 8 a.m.
Registration for the event is free, but space is limited. Deadline for registration is Friday, Oct. 19. For more information, or to register for the event, please visit http://infragard-2012-safeschools.eventbrite.com