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Online/Internet Safety & Tips

Kids of all ages are online more than ever before. Therefore, it's important to know how to best protect yourself, your family, your finances, and most importantly, your future!



Teachers: Videos to Play & Discuss in Class

(HERE is a filewith more links & discussion points regarding online safety and cyberbullying)

(NOTE: If you know of a "better" video to share/show regarding Online Safety &/or Cyberbullying,
please provide that link to your teacher to pass on to the Tech Department; we're always
looking for helpful, consice examples!)



RESOURCES to learn more...

Below are some resources to help you learn more about safe and appropriate online behaviors/usage:


• OnGuardOnline.gov - U.S. Goverment site with MANY resources, tip sheets, videos

>>> Heads Up: Stop, Think, Connect pamphlet (PDF version) - also available in your school's main office or at the Student Services Building (just as you enter)


• Netsmartz.org - Sponsored by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, contains videos, teacher lessons, flyers, and more! Information for kids of all ages, parents, teachers, and law enforcement.


• 5th Grade Students - Learn more at Common Sense Media's Digital Passport interactive site (get login information from Mrs. Bertsch or Mrs. Fenderson)


Check this out: May 2013 Channel 11 News story about Sexting and Online Safety, plus some options for parents as well!


OPTIONAL - Bullied to Death – Kayla Marie Wright, 1995-2011 -- OPTIONAL due to emotional nature (3min.) - tribute to a sister who committed suicide because of excessive cyberbullying/bullying



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