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Online Tips & Information

It is very important for parents to be aware of their child's online activities.  The information on this page will provide valuable tools and tips to help parents navigate the online world with their children. The time parents invest to educate themselves on the benefits, power and dangers of the web is well worth it.

Cyber Safety and Security Links

  • Cyberbullying StopBullying.gov  (A federal government website managed by the US Depart of Health and Human Services).

  • ​​​​​​Find articles on internet security, spam, spyware, how to protect your privacy and more. www.safekids.com:

  • This site is a publication of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. http://www.missingkids.com/home

  • More information and articles. www.safesurf.com

  • Megan's Law Website Type in your address to see if there are registered sex offenders in your neighborhood.

  • Mrs. Jackson's presentation notes are from this NetSmartz website. She attended a Law Enforcement Task Force on Internet Crime in June of 2006 and NetSmartz was one of the featured speakers.

  • ConnectSafely Forum The forum, where parents, teens, educators, and experts discuss and learn about safe blogging and social networking. You might call this social networking about the social networks!

  • Common Sense Media is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology.

  • Teen Safe View your Child's Text Messages, GPS, Browser History and more.  

  • Get Net Wise  aims to raise awareness to the public about the challenges and problems presented by the Internet medium and offer potential solutions.