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Digital Citizenship

The Internet can open the door to a wonderful world.
The ability to interact and communicate with others, keep in touch with family and friends, perform research, and find information benefits students in many ways. However, the Internet can be a dangerous place for students if they don’t know how to make safe and smart choices. Parents and educators must provide guidance and information to help them understand how to use the Internet in a safe and appropriate way.

The information and resource links below are provided to help parents keep children safe online.
Common Sense Media Common Sense Media provides advice for families in a 24/7 media world with links to Internet safety topics and how-to videos for parents. Common Sense Media is dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in a world of media and technology.
www.iKeepSafe.org iKeepSafe provides families with all the tools, education, and resources they need to stay safe online and to implement an Internet safety strategy in their homes.
K12 High Speed Network Cybersafety Developed by the California Department of Education via the K-12 High Speed Network, this site for parents includes information about social networking, blogging, “Net lingo” and other topics of interest to parents. Answers common questions parents have about what kids are doing online.