Digital citizenship education should be a community effort, and the impact can be more powerful when students have multiple trusted adults they can discuss issues with. One issue that’s becoming increasingly important both in and out of the classroom revolves around the following question, “How do we keep children and young people safe online while ensuring their technology use is positive and purposeful?”
With Parent/Teacher conferences fast approaching, we thought it would be a good time to share with you this post, 10 Internet Safety Tips for Parents (How to Help Your Child to be Safe Online). This post offers 10 tips for parents looking to help their child navigate their digital lives, and also provides.
GROWING UP: Talking to your child about growing up doesn’t have to be stressful or awkward. To help you rock “the talk”— or start conversations about health, wellness and the maturation process — Canyons School District each year holds a series of maturation program events for fifth-grade students and their parents. This year’s events kick off the first week of March (see schedule below).