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Curriculum Resources and Planning

Rivendell Academy Remote Learning Notification

Middle School Remote Learning Notivication

Middle School Remote Learning Calendar

Elementary Schools Remote Learning Notification 

Samuel Morey Teacher Websites

Westshire Teacher Websites

Internet Safety Tips for Children and Teens From the New York Public Library:

Internet Safety Tips for Children and Teens from the New York Public Library

Personal Information. Don’t give out personal information without your parents’ permission. This means you should not share your last name, home address, school name, or telephone number.

Screen Name. When creating your screen name, do not include personal information like your last name or date of birth.

Passwords. Don’t share your password with anyone but your parents.

Photos.Don’t post photos or videos online without getting your parents’ permission.

Online Friends. Don’t agree to meet an online friend unless you have your parents’ permission.

Online Ads. Don’t buy anything online without talking to your parents first.

Downloading. Talk to your parents before you open an email attachment or download software.

Bullying.Don’t send or respond to mean or insulting messages. Tell your parents if you receive one. If something happens online that makes you feel uncomfortable, talk to your parents or to a teacher.

Social Networking. Many social networking websites (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, Second Life and MySpace) and blog hosting websites have minimum age requirements to signup. These are there to protect you.

Research. Talk to your librarian, teacher, or parent about safe and accurate websites for research.
For information on Internet safety and excellent resources to develop digital citizenship, you may like to check out the parent resources on Common Sense Media.