Childhood 2.0

The Lafayette County School Districts of Concordia, St. Paul, Santa Fe, Trinity, &
Wellington/Napoleon have recently collaborated with School Resource Officers to create a
Youth Safety Team. The creation of this collaborative stemmed from a professional
development opportunity that allowed stakeholders to view a documentary entitled Childhood
2.0. After viewing, a discussion began regarding how to include our communities in this
important safety initiative.

As a result, on March 9, Santa Fe and Trinity will host a community viewing of the Childhood 2.0 documentary at Santa Fe High School. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. with the film beginning promptly at 6:00 p.m. Childcare will be provided for children under the age of viewing (12 and under suggested).
After the completion of the film, Santa Fe students will lead roundtable discussions to gather
your valuable feedback and to achieve the goals of this event:
  •  Educate our community about the opportunities and the inherent challenges and

dangers of the digital world.

  •  Educate students and parents to properly utilize technology, while empowering them by
providing tools that will allow both to be proactive in protection and safety
  •  Assist those parenting in the technological world by teaching parents and guardians to

navigate the ever-changing landscape of raising children in the digital age

Prior to the community event on March 9, all Santa Fe students in grades 7-12 will have the
opportunity to view Childhood 2.0 at school under the supervision of administration,
counselors, and faculty. Students will then have the opportunity to become part of the
leadership group that will host the community event on March 9.
Santa Fe & Trinity Lutheran Schools encourage ALL parents and community members,
especially those who work closely with youth, to attend the screening of this important

For more information, or to view the Childhood 2.0 film trailer, please visit or contact Mrs. Brown (SF Principal) or Mrs. Wells (Trinity