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Internet Safety 

Be A Safe and Responsible Cyber Citizen!

Keep yourself safe!
Do NOT give out personal information such as your address, telephone number, parents' work address/telephone number, or the name and location of your school without permission. Tell your parents right away if you come across any information in cyberspace that makes you feel uncomfortable.

Dos and Don'ts When Using Social Networks

Do not write passwords down on small pieces of paper taped to your computer. Passwords that are easy to guess are a bad choice. In other words, , if your name is "Dan" don't make your password "Dan." Ask yourself a question that only you (or your parents) can answer, and use that answer for your password. Remember to change your password every so often.

Social - Smart - Secure!

br> Did you know social computing accounts for 22% of people's time spent online and connects over two billion people around the world? It is being integrated into every aspect of life, from commuting to shopping to the workplace. We each have more access to networks of people and information than ever before, which has enormous personal and professional benefits. To realize these benefits, we must also know how to stay safe online.

Think Before You Post



Think before you post.  Once information is on the web that information is available to others. The internet is a valuable resource tool for education and a great way to keep in touch with family & friends. Use it wisely!

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