Kim Karr, co-founder of #ICANHELP, a non-profit organization committed to empowering students to play an active role in improving the online environment, spent two days in Caroline, conducting assemblies for students at the middle and high schools.
Karr, a dynamic and engaging presenter, spoke to students about the power they have online and the difference they can make using social media platforms in a positive and constructive way. She challenged teens to live a more positive life on and offline, and presented them with a common-sense approach to social media. In between presentations, she conducted break-out sessions with student leaders.
The presentations were funded through the Caroline Choose Civility grant, secured through the Caroline County Public Library from the state library system.
Photos from the event can be found on the CCPS Flickr page.