Digital Citizenship & Online Safety

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Families of students using district-purchased Chromebooks will have the ability to review and monitor their activity using the free SecurlyHome app. Information about the SecurlyHome App, a getting started guide, and a public webpage are all available for families to use starting March 16, 2020. 

We have many discussions and review our school and district rules multiple times through out the year. Our biggest concern is to keep all of our students as safe as possible. Please be aware, that any violations of these rules will result in a loss of privileges.

Please use the resources below in order to help start discussions with your child(ren). They need to know exactly what you expect from them at home when they use a cell phone, laptop, mp3 player, iPod, tablet, video game console, etc. We often forget that the internet is bigger than ever before.

Please give some strong consideration to how your child interacts on social media. Most social media sites, including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter have policies that require users to be 13 years of age. We encourage you to follow these recommendations for your child's safety.

No cell phones or smart devices will be allowed at school.  If a child has one out during the day, it will be confiscated and returned by the administrators at the end of the day.
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