Help for Parents: Navigating the Digital Age

Free Talk and Movie Help Parents, Kids Cope with Digital Age
Posted on 01/20/2020
Lone student texting on phoneGrowing up in a digital age filled with social media, technology and other social pressures can be tough on our children.

Rio Rancho Public Schools recognizes that our kids are navigating in waters that are constantly evolving and opening them up to new pressures and negativity. In an effort to keep our kids healthy, both physically and mentally, we want to help provide parents with the knowledge and resources to navigate this new technology heavy world that our children now live in. That’s why we’re hosting two events in February for parents and their children.

Screenagers: Growing up in the Digital AgeOn February 11 at 7 p.m. at Rio Rancho High School’s Performing Arts Center, we’ll team up with Albuquerque Public Schools to bring you a free community event with Collin Kartchner – TedX Speaker, Youth Advocate, Social Media Advocate and Dad. Collin will talk with parents about how to help our kids rise above the pressures and negativity of social media and technology. Specifically, he’ll discuss ways to combat suicide, depression, anxiety and addiction in our children.

Then, on February 18 at 6:30 p.m. at Premiere Cinemas in Rio Rancho, RRPS is hosting a free movie screening of Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age, a documentary about the biggest parenting issue of our time.

Students texting on phonesParents, community members and staff are invited to this a free showing of the film in a theater setting. Tickets are required for this family-friendly event. Secure your free tickets online at:

Attend one event or attend both.  We want you to have the resources and knowledge to help your kids navigate the digital world of today.