ThirdParent to Speak at Readington NJ School District Seminar

ThirdParent is pleased to announce they they will be speaking at the Readington Township New Jersey School District Parent Enrichment Evening on Monday March 10th.

thirdparentThe ThirdParent presentation, titled “I Have No Idea What My Kids Are Doing Online”, will be focused on helping Readington parents understand the positives and negatives of teens’ and pre teens’ internet and social media activity, the risks inherent in such activity and the importance of young people today building a positive personal brand online.

Running from 7:00 to 9:00 PM, the workshop will be held at the Readington Middle School, at 48 Readington Road, but is open to all parents in the district. Rob Zidar, Co-Founder of ThirdParent, will be giving the presentation, and will cover topics including cyberbullying, predator risk and digital citizenship.

Rob Zidar is quoted as saying, “We are parents ourselves, and are very aware of the gap between what kids are able to do, and are doing online, and what parents are aware of or able to monitor. We believe that the key to safe and responsible internet use by our children is an enhanced level of digital literacy in parents.”

About ThirdParent – ThirdParent is a New Jersey company dedicated to working with parents, families and schools to ensure that resources are available to enable parents to guide safe and responsible internet activity by today’s youths.

For more information on ThirdParent, please visit To contact Rob Zidar directly with questions before or after the event, or to inquire about hosting an internet safety event at your school or organization, please email or call (908) 824-7389.


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