Cyber Safety Resources

  • FeelGood Blog
    So much negative news, gossip, etc gets posted online. Self-described as "your daily dose of happy," this is a good example of a way to create a positive digital footprint.
  • OnGuard Online
    The internet offers a world of opportunities to socialize and communicate. But they come with risks. OnGuardOnline.gov's Net Cetera campaign provides information and resources about helping kids make safe, responsible decisions when they're online.
  • Cyber Bully Toolkit
    Every day, you see how cyberbullying hurts students, disrupts classrooms, and impacts your school's culture. So how should you handle it? What are the right things to do and say? What can you do today that will help your students avoid this pitfall of our digital world?
  • Creating a Positive Digital Footprint
    It is important for students to have a positive online presence.
  • Internet Safety BrainPop Jr.
    This cartoon with Moby and friends is geared to K-3 students. There are also follow- up activities.
  • Digital Ettiquette Brain Pop
    This cartoon with Tim and Moby is geared to grades 4-6. It discusses appropriate online behavior and has follow-up activities to use in your classroom.
  • Cyber Bullying Brain Pop
    his cartoon with Tim and Moby is geared to grades 4-6. It discusses Cyber Bullying and has follow-up activities to use in your classroom.
  • For Students: CyberSafety (Heads Up.pdf)
    For Students: This pamphlet in PDF form lets students know how important it is to think before they post things online, as well as other ways to be smart and safe about their lives online.
  • Safety Rules Grades k-3 (SafetyRulesK3-0.pdf)
  • Did you know... (Pop Quiz - Did you know.wmv)
    This video presentation highlights the changes over the years with online behavior.
  • Protecting Your Reputation (Protecting Reputations Online in Plain English.wmv)
    How can you protect your reputation online? This video has some practical tips that are shared in a fun fashion.
  • Cyber Haley (CyberHaley-0.wmv)
    In this video, Haley sent her boyfriend an inappropriate picture of herself, and he shared it....and so did others.
  • Cyber Sarah (CyberSarah.wmv)
    Sarah has no privacy settings on Facebook, so her information is out there for everyone to see