Due to the weather forecast, the showing of SCREENAGERS: Growing up in the Digital Age and the Q&A session have been rescheduled. The new date is Tuesday, March 28 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Tickets purchased for the original date (March 14) will be accepted on March 28. If you need a refund on tickets because of a conflict with March 28, go to https://impactflow.com/event/1543 and click on the link to Contact Organizer.
There are key issues at stake when it comes to teenagers, technology and how parents communicate. SCREENAGERS: Growing Up in the Digital Age, an indie film addressing these topics, will be shown at Monroe-Woodbury High School auditorium on Tuesday, March 28 at 7 p.m. Monroe-Woodbury Central School District is hosting this viewing in conjunction with the Goshen, Cornwall and Highland Falls-Fort Montgomery School Districts.
Following the screening there will be a Q & A session with a panel comprised of school and adolescent psychologists, a school social worker, a law enforcement professional and a teacher/eSports coach.
We expect a full house, so please get your tickets early! Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at https://impactflow.com/event/1543. Please note that the film is appropriate for children ages 8 and older.
For more information and to see the film trailer visit: www.screenagersmovie.com
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Find out how other families reacted to SCREENAGERS:
“I got my daughter’s feedback on the movie and I want to thank you and your team! She learned a lot and has requested restrictions on her phone usage. I’m really happy for you and the success of this project and grateful for its impact!!” -Amy S. School Administrator
“My 13 year old son and I watched the film Screenagers together. The impact of the film was so great, that all on his own, when the movie ended, my son announced that he would voluntarily be relinquishing his computer for a week. In the end, he was off completely for 10 days, and when he did get back on he started setting a timer and sticking to his own self-imposed time limits. Thank you for sharing this valuable film with us.”-Nancy B., Chair of Parent-Education MVMS PTSA
“I loved the movie! It taught me and my sister so much. We had a great discussion about it at home too.” -Chloe B. 17-year-old
“I think this is the most important and rewarding film that has immediately useful and beneficial information for all of us…I would like to see this film shown in every school. Then let’s have the discussion on how do we talk with one another and understand the world today.”-Kit Burns, Father, Tacoma WA