The Sterling Heights Police Department and Utica Community Schools invite all parents to a “Protect Your Kids” presentation Tuesday, October 29. The free seminar will take place from 7 to 9 p.m. at Stevenson High School, 39701 Dodge Park Road.
District parents and their children are encouraged to attend “Protect Your Kids”, an informational and interactive evening geared at helping parents keep their children safe.
Sterling Heights Police Department Chief Michael Reese, Lt. Kevin Reese and Detectives Kevin Miller, Jeff Milke and David Sarvello will be present to answer questions from parents on a variety of topics including computer crime, social media awareness, school emergency plans, drug prevention and much more.
“Utica Community Schools remains committed to providing our students with a safe learning environment,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Christine Johns said. “We are pleased to partner with the Sterling Heights Police Department to share this important information with our entire community.”
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