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Digital Citizenship

Safety Tips

  1. Do not give out any personal information that would help someone locate you: name, school, age,
  2. address, photos in a school or team uniform, or any other personal information.
  3. Do not post a picture someone you know without their parents' permission.
  4. If you feel uncomfortable about a message you receive, tell a trusted adult.
  5. THINK! THINK! THINK! Before you post! Once it is posted, you can't take it back.

Games for Kids


Presentations: Understanding your Online Footprint

Presentations are roughly 30 minutes long but may take longer with audience participation

Commonsense media



  • Cyber-Safety: "Welcome to, the website dedicated to keeping kids safe in a wired world. In this day and age of computers, there is a great need for resources for parents, educators and children for staying safe online. Knowing the dangers helps prevent children from being harmed, and knowing what to do online to keep safe is a must."
  • Netsmartz: Includes modules for a kids, tweens, teens, and parents. Real life stores as well as kid friendly activities make this an easy to use resource.
  • ConnectSafelyA comprehensive list of online safety resources



  • National Crime Prevention Council: Includes podcasts, posters and flyers from McGruff the crime fighting saftey hound. Also includes the Be Safe and Sound in School program toolkit for educators.
  • STOP Cyberbullying: Includes the game Alex Wonder Kid Cyber-Detective. The game requires Adobe Air
  • Stop Bullying: Well organized cite meant for adults to help prevent and respond to cyber-bullying.