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Raising Digitally Responsible Youth: A Parent’s Guide

Click Here to View/Download: Raising Digitally Responsible Youth: A Parent’s Guide This Parent’s Guide to Raising Digitally Responsible Youth will equip you with the knowledge you need to stay in the loop about the most popular applications and trends. Correspondingly, this guide will give you a better understanding of your child or teen’s internet usage […]

Internet Lingo and Slang Terms

Internet lingo and slang terms are often created and changed and it can be hard to keep up with them all. Safer Schools Together (SST) has composed a list of slang and lingo that might be helpful navigating through your child’s texts, comments, and social media posts in 2020. If you require any further assistance […]

Sexting Safety Agreement

This Sexting Safety Agreement written by Julia Hengstler is a great resource for parents to help their teens feel confident and safe when making decisions on the internet. Click Here to Download the Sexting Safety Agreement

Protect Your Privacy on Facebook

Click here to learn the most important ways to protect your privacy on Facebook. Infographic courtesy of Vound Software

Social Media Checklist for Parents

Social Media evolves every single day – it’s nearly impossible to keep up with all the changes, new apps and trends, and everything else going on in the digital world. Safer Schools Together has created a Social Media Checklist for Parents to help navigate what you can do as a parent to stay on top […]

Common Sense Media Digital Contract

Common Sense Media has created a Family Media Agreement to help parents create common ground and mutual understanding with their school-aged children on staying safe and alert online. Included are 3 grade-level specific “contracts” for families to sign together to ensure that responsibility and accountability are established for children when using the internet. Click Here […]

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