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9th--12th Grade
Internet Safety
  Lessons & Activities
"Safely" Integrating Technology into the Classroom

Internet Safety Lessons & Activities
Amy's Choice
"Amy's Choice," a true story about a 15-year-old girl who ran away from home to meet in person with a man she first met online.
"Angela's Experience"
Cyberbullying: Broken Friendship
Watch "Cyberbullying: Broken Friendships."
The story of a girl whose best friend gave out her e-mail password to some other girls at school without her knowledge.
Cyberbullying: Feathers in the Wind
Cyberbullying: You Can't Take It Back
The true story of a boy who rated girls from school on a web site, thinking it was a private joke between him and his friends.
I Keep Safe --

"Julie's Journey"
"Keisha's Crime"

(Predator: Available: staysafe .org for teens
"Teens PSA: "Promises"
Tracking Teresa
"Tracking Teresa," based on a true story of a girl who did not realize the possible consequences of giving out her personal information on the Internet.
United Streaming - Violence Prevention: Don't Be a Victim
Video Clips from Wired Wise Up To It –Jeremy’s Friend
Wise Up To It -“Lauren’s Story” Wise Up To It –Stalking Sarah
Wise Up To It –What the?

Internet Safety Information 
Internet safety information
Safety guide, parental tools, and reporting information
I-Keep Safe Coalition  Internet Crimes Against Children
Free program sponsored by the Department of Criminal Justice
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Workshop is an interactive, educational safety resource
Parent's Guide to Internet Safety
FBI Parent Guide
Internet and Technology fun, safe and productive
Teens and parents learn how to use the Internet safely.
Stay Safe Online Virtual Global Taskforce (VGT)
Parenting safety tips
On-line safety and help group

VA Department of Education Internet Safety Information
Internet Safety Guidelines    (pdf-60 pages)  
Internet Safety Curriculum Integration         
(pdf--17 pages)

U.S. Department of Education

Washington County Public Schools Computer Information
Washington County Public Schools
Acceptable Computer Use Policy

Washington County Public Schools
Acceptable Computer Use Agreement

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