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Parents: Do you know what your kids are doing online?

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Providence Day School is bringing national experts in for a town hall meeting next week to help parents understand the risks their children face online.

Josh Shipp, host of Lifetime’s “Teen Trouble,” will be the key speaker in the free session, which starts at 7 p.m. Oct. 23 at the school, 5800 Sardis Road. Topics include warning signs of risky online behavior and how to help teens be safe and responsible.

Other panelists are Paul Adkison, a Charlotte parent who founded a social media monitoring service called ZABRA, and Tara Egan, founder of Charlotte Parent Coaching. Details: CBAW@zabra.com.

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