Parent Resources

What can you as parents do about school safety and cyber safety?

  • Reinforce the school problem solving method and discipline policy as in the student handbook
  • Become involved in the school health committees (Comprehensive School Health, Whole School Mental Health)
  • Check to see if your children have a web site and what the content is
  • Reinforce safety in walking to and from school

Here are some helpful websites to help initiate and guide your talks with your children around web awareness and safety on the Internet.

Thank you for taking the time to discuss this matter with your children. Together we can make a difference.

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