Sandy Springs police and the Greenfield Hebrew Academy plan to offer a presentation for parents and students on ways to fight “cyber bullying.”

The program, presented by Sandy Springs police Officer Tim Burell, is scheduled for March 15 in the theater at the academy, 5200 Northland Drive,. The program is open to parents from all schools, city officials said in a press release March 11.

Cyber bullying is the use of computers or social networks to harass or threaten a teenager or child.

For more information on the presentation, contact Mitzi Zieve, the academy’s director of community relations, at .

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