The links below offer information and resources to help students stay safe in online environments.
NetSmartz: A great site recommended by the Sunnyvale Police Department. This site covers many of the issues facing teens on the internet including, cyberbullying. Watch videos about the real life experiences of other teens and obtain information that both teens and parents can share.
WiredSafety: A 501(c)(3) charity made up of volunteers who provide information for parents, teens, children, and educators about internet safety. According to their site, WiredSafety provides, "Assistance for online victims of cybercrime and harassment, Advice, Training and Help for law enforcement worldwide on preventing, spotting and investigating cybercrimes, Education for children, parents, communities, law enforcement, and educators, and Information and Awareness on all aspects of online safety, privacy, responsible use and security
SafeTeens: A great place to start for information on blogging safety. Has tips for teens on blogging as well as tips sheets for parents.
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC)
iSafe: A leader in online safety. There are materials for parents, kids, and educators.
NetLingo: Provides the most common internet acronyms every parent should know.