Digital Citizenship

Last Updated: 10/6/2020 5:30 PM

 

Our goal is to ensure our students practice online safety at all times.  We recommend that you take a few minutes to discuss online safety with your child and maintain frequent conversations with them about their online activities and behavior.


Online Etiquette Tips

  • Always Be Respectful
    Remember: avoid sarcasm.  Being funny and being rude are not the same thing.  Be mindful of your tone when making comments.

  • No Inappropriate Material/Comments
    Remember: nothing is completely private online.  If it's not appropriate for the classroom, it's not appropriate online.  Follow the handbook guidelines.

  • Support Each Other
    Remember: kindness counts.  If a classmate has an incorrect answer or typo, don't ridicule them.  Practice kindness and be courteous.

  • Be Mindful of Your Environment
    Remember: think before you send.  Be polite and avoid negativity.  Don't complain on discussion forums.  Ask your teacher for help if you need it. 

  • Be Safe Online
    Remember: pay attention to suspicious behavior.  Never give out personal information to strangers online.  When in doubt, ask an adult.  Your teacher will post assignments in a safe environment

  • Be Ethical
    Remember: copy/paste is cheating.  If you're using someone else's work, make sure you give credit to your source.


 

Internet Safety

 

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Digital Citizenship Curriculum

 

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Grades K-2                         

Grades 3-5

Grades 6-8

Grades 9-12

 

 

         

  

 

Last Updated: October 12, 2020