The Warwick Valley Central School District along with Family Central will host a screening of the documentary entitled, “Screenagers” on Thurs., Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Warwick High School Auditorium, located at 89 Sanfordville Rd. in Warwick.
The topic of how much screen time children are exposed to, whether they are six-months-old or 16-years-old, is a hot one. While some parents shield their kids from technology during the early years, once you’re raising a tween or teenager, it’s often simply not an option. This issue of raising children in a screen-centric world is at the center of this thought-provoking new documentary.
After the 60 minute film, a question and answer session will be facilitated by Jerry Sander, LCSW therapist and Student Assistant Counselor at Minisink High School and Beverly Braxton, a retired teacher and founder of Family Central.
The screening is open to all Warwick community members and students in fifth grade and older, accompanied by a parent or guardian. To register visit https://goo.gl/forms/JzIF01dsOHmOJ52H2.