The Lee’s Summit R-7 School District provides links to online resources which will help parents learn more about online safety and cyber bullying.

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4 Net Safety Internet safety program sponsored by Sprint
Internet Safety Tips (PowerPoint) Safety tips PowerPoint from LSR-7 Internet Safety Night
Internet Safety Tips (PDF) Safety tips PDF from LSR-7 Internet Safety Night
A Thin Line MTV Campaign developed to empower students identify, respond to, and stop the spread of digital abuse in your life and amongst peers
Buddie Takes students through the process of identifying risky sites, and what information is deemed public and what should remain private. It also covers cyber-bullying in great detail and helps students differentiate between reputable sources of information and content that is unreliable
Chatdanger Potential dangers or interactive services online, chats, games, e-mail and messenger
Common Sense Media Essential parental advice for managing media
(you may need to register to access the some of the parent material)
Collinsville School District Internet Safety Resource web page for Collinsville Schools District, Collinsville, Illiniois
Cybersmart Lesson plans and activities dealing with Internet safety
Cybernetiquette Entertaining and interactive way to learn about internet safety
Digizen What makes you such a great digizen?
Family Online Safety Guide from Norton Symantec Tips and information on internet safety for ages 5 thru 17.
Get Net Wise Safety tips
Get Your Internet License Students test "Rules of the Road" knowledge to earn an internet license
Good to Know From Google; tips for staying safe online and security tools that Google offers  (K-Parents)
Google Family Safe Center
Tools to help choose what content children see online and keep them safe
Internet Safety Sites on Internet safety Ed.gov
Internet Safety Game SBC Students learn about Internet safety
ID the Creep Practice and learn online safety skills
Katie's Place Victims share what happened to them online
KidsCom Games with tips for Internet safety
LSR7 Understanding Safety on the Internet Safety guidelines for the Internet to discuss with your children and teens
Media Awareness Privacy Playground: The First Adventure of the Three Little CyberPigs
Missing and Exploited Child Safety Quizzes  (adult and kids quiz)
Missing Kids Information about keeping kids safe from online predators
NSteens Teens making safe online choices
NetSmartz Kids Learn more about the Internet and its possible dangers using games and activities report an online predator
Point Smart. Click Safe. An initiative of the cable industry to educate parents about online safety and appropriate Internet uses by children
Surf Swell Island Disney, Internet Safety, privacy, viruses, Netiquette
Threats to Your Cell Phone Antivirus and Security Tips
Webwise Safety on the Internet and a Weakest Link quiz
X-Block A teen Web site by i-SAFE with information about the Internet and online safety

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Bullying Information and related links about bullying
Bullying Interactive stories combating bullying
Common Sense Media 5 Things you need to know about cyberbullying
Cyberbullying Research Many resources
CBBC Guide, quiz, vote, bullying
Dealing with a Bully Information on dealing with a Bully
Friendship and Bullying PowerPoint presentations and worksheets
Just Smile Let victims of bullying know there is help out there
Kids Against Bullying Games, videos, polls, real life stories and more
Make a differences for kids Awareness and prevention of cyberbullying
Teen's Health Learn how to deal with a bully
Stop Cyber Bullying What it is, and how to take action
Thats Not Cool Tips and resources for preventing and dealing with cyber bullying


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ConnectSafely Parents, teens, educators, and advocates learning about safe, civil use of Web 2.0 together
Facebook Privacy Guide Arts Technica guides you through Facebook's privacy settings
Facebook Tips Oregon State University
Social Networking: A Parents Guide Federal Trade Commission
Social Networking Tips for Parents Tips for parents on social networking
What is Facebook? Newbie's Guide
What Parents Should Know National Center for Missing & Exploited Children’s (NCMEC)


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A Parent’s Guide to Video Games, Parental Controls and Online Safety

An informational guide for parents about choosing age-appropriate games, setting up parental controls, and making sure their child’s video game experience is safe and secure.

Parental controls for the Internet Browser on the PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system How to control settings on Internet browser start control and Tend micro web security.
Set parental controls for your video game console Setting parental controls for Sony PlayStation 3, Sony PlayStation Portable,  Nintendo Wii & Microsoft Xbox 360.
Wii Parental Control Manage what Wii content is accessible to the console users

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Last updated: October 2012