Hilltown Families


From the Wall: A Weekly Roundup of Hilltown Families Status Updates on Facebook As part of our a communication network, every day we post status updates to the Hilltown Families Facebook page, including announcements, volunteer opportunities, conversation starters, promotions, links to archived posts, videos, podcast… To receive these daily status updates, check the wall on our Facebook page, or better yet, “Like” our page then add Hilltown Families to your interest list… Read More

Join Us on Pinterest! Do you ever feel overwhelmed trying to organize and keep track of the many pages, ideas, and articles found online that you’d like to read, learn from, or share with your kids? Pinterest, a content sharing website, can help! Pinterest works like a virtual bulletin board – you can create as many boards as you want, organized in whichever way suits you – and the possibilities are limitless!… Read More

The New Odd Girl Out: 5 Ways To Talk With Your Daughter About Technology As part of my series celebrating the newly revised and updated Odd Girl Out, I’m leading parents and girls through some of the twists and turns of girls’ social lives online. With stories of cyberbullying everywhere, parents’ anxiety increases with every headline. But parenting can’t only be about saying no and laying down the law, or operating from… Read More

Why Girls Need to Learn About CyberDRAMA, Not Just CyberBULLYING If it bleeds, it leads: it’s a popular saying in journalism that refers to our attraction to sensational, often violent headlines. As an anti-bullying educator, I have seen something similar: we tend to focus on the most extreme levels of bullying as a way to teach and build awareness. The problem is that most kids are not bullied in such dramatic ways…. Read More

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