Social Media, Sexting & Exploitation: It’s Not Going Away

Social Media, Sexting & Exploitation: It’s Not Going Away
San Dieguito Academy Family Forum

Wed. March 26 6:30-8:15 pm
Media Center – San Dieguito Academy High
800 Santa Fe Drive Encinitas, CA 92024

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from students, cyber-education specialists and counselors about components of digital life, social media profiles, responsibilities and one’s “digital trail” in this panel presentation. Presenters include:

Mr. Jon Moffat has been working with youth since 2000. He has developed Vista Community Clinic’s Cyber Educators Program, which trained youth to teach their peers and parents about digital dangers. The program then evolved into the Cyber Advocate Program. This program has raised awareness about cyber harassment through a social marketing campaign and worked with students, parents and school administrators to affect policy changes. This program been incorporated to many other area schools with a constantly evolving curriculum to keep up with the latest digital trends. To date the program has reached over 50,000 students, parents, teachers and school administrators. Mr. Moffat created Cyber Education Consulting in 2012. Mr. Moffat is a graduate of Cal State San Marcos.

Ms. Paola Wilckens-Gjata is a licensed clinical social worker working with children, adults and families since 1994, providing psychotherapeutic services in North County San Diego since 2003. Ms. Wilckens-Gjata has a private practice in Carlsbad, works as a therapist for Santa Margarita School and Jefferson Middle School in the Oceanside school district, provides counseling services for the military as a Military and Family Life Counselor, and has a ninth grader at SDA.

Ian MacGregor is a senior at San Dieguito Academy who has been involved in school functions since freshman year. He is president of SDA’s peer assisted listening program, PALS, and has been involved in various school groups which strive to increase student participation in school events and foster a supportive school community.

This event is free and open to the public. Middle school and high school students are welcome. Seating is limited – reservations are required. Spanish translation is provided. RSVP to

Sponsored by the San Dieguito Academy Parent Foundation.

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