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Keeping our students safe online is our goal. We are excited to show you the resources we are creating to do just that. Stay tuned! We’ve got some great resources to help.

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Cyberbullying: What is it, and how can you stop it? American Psychological Association
When is your brain ready for social mediaKQED
Keeping Children Safe Online During the Summer Months KARK
FBI Warnings About Sextortion SchemesKARK
FBI Warns About Sextortion Schemes Targeting BoysKARK
5 Tips for Talking to Social Media Addicted TeensTech & Learning
Vetting Online Tools: Starts With Privacy COSN
Digital Citizenship CurriculumCommon Sense Media
Preparing Children to have a positive online experienceCyberSafeKids
Understanding the Science of Social MediaEdutopia
Surgeon General Says 13-Year-Olds Shouldn’t Be on Social MediaWeb MD
The Top Social Media Trends You Need To Pay Attention To Sendible
SMACTalk Teacher Resources
The developing brain of a Juvenile by Dr. John CondieThe developing brain of a Juvenile by Dr. John Condie
Simple Tips to Protect Online PrivacyCommon Sense Media
Second and Third Grade Internet Safety
Be Safer OnlineNetsmartz
Protect Yourself Rules-CyberBullyingFight Child Abuse
Be Internet Awesome- Offline ActivitiesGoogle
Net SmartzKids- Into the Cloud- Be Safer OnlineNetSmartzKids
Responsible Use of Technology for Kids – First Mobile – Cyberbullying – Fake News – Online PrivacySmile and Learn
12 Brain Benefits of Unplugging- And How to Find Device-Free Time for Your StudentsWe Are Teachers
SMACtalk for Students DESE
Student Guide to Internet SafetyCybersecurity Guide
Chat GPT and Beyond: How to Handle AI in SchoolsCommon Sense Media
Sextortion- The naked truth about male victimsOfficer Gomez
18 Social Media Apps- What Parents Need to KnowCommon Sense Media