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Beverly Hills High Focuses On ‘Netiquette’ In Effort To Educate Kids About Online Safety

Jonathan Cristall (far left) speaks to Beverly Hills teens about the dangers of digital media as part of Netiquette month, which was sponsored by Michael Libow (center) and produced by Alison Norman-Franks (right).

Posted Thursday, November 29, 2018 - 6:48 pm

By Laura Coleman

In an effort to promote digital safety and empower students to make informed choices that will have life-long ramifications, Beverly Hills High School NormanAid Student Support Center Dir-ector Alison Norman-Franks spent the month of November hosting an array of activities centered around being internet savvy.

Dubbed “Neti-quette November” (think: good web etiquette), one of the most impactful programs was likely a series of talks presented by BHHS alum Jonathan Cristall, an LA County prosecuting attorney who lectures about digital safety. His book on the subject, What They Don’t Teach Teens, is slated to be released early next year.

For full story see the print edition of The Beverly Hills Courier, or download the e-edition.

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