Screenagers- Free viewing at SHS posted by Anne O'Connell
Did you know that teens spend an average of 6.5 hours a day on social media, computer games and the internet? Screenagers: Growing up in the Digital Age is a new movie exploring how this screen time is affecting young people and how some families are managing this technology in their lives.
Parents, students and community members are invited see the film at Salem High School on May 2 at 6 pm. Admission is free, but in order to plan for seating and refreshments, reservations are requested at this link. Click the “Free” button to reserve your seats.
Teaches 7th and 8th grade technology Since 1996 Graduate of University of Southern Indiana;1995
Masters from Indiana University Southeast;2003
Before working with the 7th and 8th grade Information Technology students, he worked with 6th-grade I.T. students teaching technology for 10 years.
Mr. Burton is happily married to Michele and has three children, Mackenzie, Joshua, and Sidney.
Mr. Burton's hobbies include raising my children, reading, playing golf, tennis, watching baseball, mowing grass, growing my faith in Jesus Christ, helping students here at SMS with after school functions.
Mr. Burton attends of Southern Hills Church.
“I am blessed by God more than I deserve.I have an amazing family and a wonderful job at Salem Middle School.Go Salem Cubs!”