Counselor Education welcomes Tina Meier back to community


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Tina Meier is back to raise awareness of cyberbullying and the damage it can cause. The Adams State University Department of Counselor Education hosts, "Cyberbullying in Our Children's Environment," by Tina Meier, with the Megan Meier Foundation. This is a free community presentation open to the public and will start at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7, in the Alamosa High School auditorium.

Meier will share her personal story and struggles of cyberbullying with students and parents. Meier's daughter Megan; took her own life at the age of 13, due to the actions of cyberbullies. Megan's story will be shared along with the topics of bullying, bystanders, digital footprints, cyberbullying, and sexting.

This presentation will provide up-to-date information about the dangers children face online as well as offline. Please arrive early to ensure seating as standing room was only available at Tina's last presentation. For more information contact Dr. Cheri Meder at 719-587-8368 or