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Information Technology Department: Technology Advice for Parents

Parent Resource Center: Click on Each Image Below


Google Safety for Families

Google Safety Center: Tips for families

  • Teach Children to Make Better Decisions Online

  • Digital Ground Rules

  • Security Tips

  • Privacy Settings

  • Parental Controls

  • Family Conversation Guides


NetSmartz: Online Safety for Kids and Families

  • Select a Topic or Watch Videos

  • Tip Sheets, Activities, and Presentations

  • Cyberbullying and Social Media

  • Smartphones and Gaming

  • Online Dangers and Advice

  • Blog Featuring Child Safety Experts

Keeping Children Safe Online


Help kids stay safe - US DOJ

Parents should stay involved in their digital world, know the apps they use, use parental controls where possible, and block and report people who make them feel uncomfortable.

Kids should talk with a trusted adult so they understand online risks, only chat with people they know, ensure their online accounts are private, block people they don’t know or trust, and trust their instinct—if something makes them feel uncomfortable, tell a trusted adult about it.

Includes a concise list of tips to help protect children.

Common Sense Media

Common Sense Media: Parents Need to Know

  • Articles, Videos, and FAQs

  • Explore Advice by Topic or Age

  • Movie, TV, and Book Reviews

  • Best App and Game Reviews and Lists

  • Research Reports

  • Cyberbullying, Technology Addiction, and Screen Time Recommendations

  • Parents' Ultimate Guide to... - Applications and Services such as YouTube, Snapchat, TikTok, and Fortnite

Identity Theft

When Information is Lost or Exposed