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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!

 

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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!)

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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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