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Internet Safety at Home

Kids and teens are spending more time than ever on the Internet because of the remote learning situation and stay at home orders.  They are not only using online platforms for learning but also for socializing.  While your child is at school, we have several layers of protection to avoid contact with inappropriate web sites or online predators.  Since you may not have features like this in your home network, you will need to be especially careful.  We are providing you with some Internet Safety resources that you can read and share with your child.

Since we are all working hard to be safe in so many ways, please don't forget "Internet Safety"!

 

 

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NetSmartz is NCMEC's online safety education program. It provides age-appropriate videos and activities to help teach children be safer online with the goal of helping children to become more aware of potential online risks and empowering them to help prevent victimization by making safer choices on- and offline.