Good morning, So, I’ll get straight into it: I have an 8 year old that is in elementary school and we purchased an iPhone SE for her a year ago after everyone in the family and extended family already had iPhones and she wanted to play Angry Birds and Fortnite, among other reasons like wanting to call us whenever we were at work. She would take her iPhone during the start of the school year and we notice about a handful of students in her class also had smartphones stuffed in their backpacks. Her phone and also her classmates, would be in silent but it really does take just one kid to sneak out their phone during recess for the rest to come together and sneak in a game of Angry Birds. I recall being at the school a few months back during that Presidential Alert and it freaked the teacher out because the school policy is no cell phones so the policy is if a phone rings the student cannot get it back unless the parent visit the school to retrieve it. I’ve seen in the past two years a few simple smartphones catered specifically for kids; such as connected phones that have gps and the ability to make calls to 5 pre-selected people, presumably the parents, grandparents and emergency contacts. Essentially a smartphone dumbed down to the pure essentials. I keep thinking about that TILE product but I’m sure they now have different variations. THIS WOULD NOT BE A SECRET TOWARDS MY KID. SHE WOULD BE FULLY AWARE IF I IMPLEMENTED THIS. This whole thing came about when people on my FaceBook friends list keep sharing missing child photos and I started to hyperventilate. Legitimately hyperventilate. I also saw that Halley Berry film Kidnap which reduced my ability to sleep following nights. I told my daughter how she felt about if I placed a tracker in her backpack to which she replied, ‘why would kidnappers take my backpack as well?’ So then that made me think about if a solution exists for her shoe, or a bracelet. Series 3 or 4 Apple Watch is obviously a solution but I don’t think my young one needs that.