Here are a variety of web resources on keeping our young men safe on the internet. Please take time to familiarize yourself with these resources. We need your help to be a community of online safety at SFHS.

Please remember to download, read, review with your son, sign and return the SFHS Acceptable Use policy regarding technology and internet use at school. Forms are due to the Main Office no later than the second week of school. SFHS.AcceptableUse.pdf

BSA Cyber Tree House - Cool videos and games teach kids how to play it safe in cyber space.

Cyberbullying -
A central repository and information clearinghouse for the phenomenon of cyber bullying.

CyberEthics for Teachers -
This site contains cyber ethics related lesson plans for elementary and middle school students. Examples of AUPs are posted.

Cybersmart -
Free on-line K-8 lessons and activities as well as on-line professional development.

GetNetWise -
A great site for parents and teachers containing net safety info by age level as well ideas for reporting trouble and more.

iKeepSafe - educational resources teach children of all ages in a fun, age-appropriate way, the basic rules of Internet safety, ethics, and the healthy use of connected technologies.

iSafe Inc.* -
Funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, this website provides Internet safety education, teacher lesson plans and activities, student mentor training, community outreach, parent and law enforcement information. *Training required before free K-12 curriculum materials can be accessed. Contact Keystone AEA for training options.

Kids Against Bullying -
Features lots of fun and games, contests, choose your adventure videos about bullying and more.

McGruff’s Blog -
Play games, get advice, learn how to stop a bully and have fun with McGruff.
‘Net Know-How - A huge database of information and links for teachers about plagiarism, copyright, net safety, cyber bullying and more!

NetSmartz -
Provides on-line resources for learning about Internet safety. Includes information and activities for kids, teens, teachers, parents and law enforcement.

NSTeens Making Safer Choices Online -
Comics and videos to help teens learn about net safety. Includes free teaching materials.

SafeKids -
Your family’s guide to making the Internet and technology safe, fun and productive.

Stop Cyberbullying -
Tips for educators, parents and kids on cyberbullying, prevention and the law.

WebwiseKids/WebwiseTeens -
Provides online computer games based on real-life scenarios to create a safer, more friendly internet experience.

WiredSafety -
Provides help, information and education to Internet and mobile device users of all ages. Includes a one to one hotline, multiple resources, videos, lesson plans and activities. Also provides information to victims of cyber abuse ranging from online fraud, cyber stalking and child safety, to hacking and malicious code attacks.

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