Parent Resources

On this page is a list of resources that parents and guardians may find helpful.

Cyber Safety Resources for Families 

Covid-19 has definitely seen our children accessing web-based social media and cyber connections more than ever before. While social media has many benefits, there can also be many stressors with these tools for our children. Our School Resource Officer (SRO) has taken time this year to speak with several of our classes about Cyber safety. Please find the resources below from Constable Dave, our SRO, to support your information gathering and add to your cyber toolobox. This list contains suggestions but is in by no means exclusive to all supporting resources on this topic. Additionally, some of these sites may have 'at cost' programs which we are in no way promoting as 'must do' activities for parents. We hope to be hosting a virtual parent evening in the upcoming months to address your Cyber questions.

Canadian Centre for Child Protection 

https://www.protectchildren.ca/en/

Protect Kids Online

https://protectkidsonline.ca/app/en/emerging_issues-5_to_7

Media Smarts: Canadas Centre for Digital and Media Literacy

https://mediasmarts.ca/digital-media-literacy/e-tutorials

TelusWise: Educational programs for youth around digital safety, security and bullying. Parent resource page.

https://www.telus.com/en/wise/parents

The Government of Canada: Cyber Safety

https://www.getcybersafe.gc.ca/en/home

Youthlink

https://youthlinkcalgary.com/crime-prevention/cybersafe/

PREVNET: Promoting Healthy Relationships and Eliminating Violence

https://www.prevnet.ca/


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