Parent Resources

  • Cyberbullying

    by Common Sense Media

    Computers, cell phones, and digital technologies make bullying easier and more widespread.

    Cyberbullying.pdf 236.69 KB (Last Modified on March 26, 2015)
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  • Device Contract

    by Common Sense Media

    Suggested guidelines help make sure that you and your child are on the same page.

    Device Contract.pdf 122.46 KB (Last Modified on March 26, 2015)
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  • Digital Citizenship cards

    by Family Online Safety Institute
    Understand what digital citizenship is all about and use these questions as conversation starters with your child.
    Digital Citizenship cards.pdf 7.26 MB (Last Modified on March 27, 2015)
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  • Digital Life

    by Common Sense Media

    Young children need to learn early how to make good choices so they can take advantage of the powerful technologies available to them. 

    Digital Life.pdf 233.44 KB (Last Modified on March 26, 2015)
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  • Effective Email Communication

    by Common Sense Media

    Teaching our kids to evaluate their audience and create messages accordingly will help them gain more respect from their teachers and win better responses in any formal setting. 

    E-mail Communication.pdf 214.02 KB (Last Modified on March 26, 2015)
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  • Evaluating Websites

    by Common Sense Media

    Skills kids learn about research and evaluation in elementary school will provide them a foundation they’ll continue to use in middle school and beyond.

    Evaluating Websites.pdf 228.36 KB (Last Modified on March 26, 2015)
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  • Family Media Agreement

    by Common Sense Media
    An agreement that outlines expectations and behaviors for safe media use.
    Media Agreement.pdf 103.87 KB (Last Modified on March 26, 2015)
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  • Media Messages

    by Common Sense Media

    In today’s 24/7 media world, girls and boys are flooded with messages about how they should look and act. 

    Media Messages.pdf 223.18 KB (Last Modified on March 26, 2015)
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  • My Media Log

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    A place to track how much time you spend on media.
    Media log.pdf 214.34 KB (Last Modified on March 27, 2015)
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  • Online Research

    by Common Sense Media

    Skills kids learn about research and evaluation in elementary school will provide them a foundation they’ll continue to use in middle school and beyond. 

    Online Research.pdf 228.15 KB (Last Modified on March 26, 2015)
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  • Online Security

    by Common Sense Media

    Learning to protect personal identity information, creating strong passwords, and being cautious when downloading programs and files are crucial to kids’ safety.

    Online Security.pdf 234.33 KB (Last Modified on March 26, 2015)
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  • Privacy and Digital Footprint

    by Common Sense Media

    Kids live in a culture of sharing that has forever changed the concept of privacy. 

    Privacy and Digital Footprint.pdf 222.39 KB (Last Modified on March 26, 2015)
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  • Respecting Creative Work

    by Common Sense Media

    Even though kids may feel they have the right to use anything they find online, the Internet is not a free-for-all. 

    Respecting Creative Work.pdf 230.19 KB (Last Modified on March 26, 2015)
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  • Smart Searching

    by Common Sense Media

    When your children really need to do research for school – or dive deeper into any topic – it helps to know some strategies for improving their results. 

    Smart Searching.pdf 220.38 KB (Last Modified on March 26, 2015)
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  • Talking Safely Online

    by Common Sense Media

    Most young people talk online only with their friends and family. But as a parent, you might be concerned that a stranger with bad intent (predator) could contact your child. 

    Talking Safely Online.pdf 219.50 KB (Last Modified on March 26, 2015)
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