Digital Citizenship and Internet Safety Resources

The Internet has amazing resources, learning opportunities, and more for students. However, it also has dangers. It’s important for parents to help their children understand the dangers and stay safe. Here are some Internet safety/information resources for Parents.

Common Sense Media

Common Sense Media (CSM) is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization, providing trustworthy information and tools so that families can have a choice and a voice about the media they consume. CSM provides cybereducation and support for parents, students, and educators; advice videos on many “cyber” topics, including online safety, security, bullying, relationships, digital footprint, and more; unbiased reviews of movies, video games, TV shows, and books; as well as best apps, games, and websites for learning.

Unbiased reviews of movies, video games, TV shows, and books

Engaging and fun apps, games, and websites

Advice videos

Parent concerns

Parenting, Media, and Everything Between blog

Other Resources


This site from “Kids Health” provides parents with information on cyberbullying. Additional links address Sexting: What Parents Need to Know; Teaching Kids to Be Smart About Social Media; Internet Safety; Healthy Habits for TV, Video Games, and the Internet; 5 Ways to Bully-Proof Your Kid; How Can Parents Help Kids Handle Teasing?; Helping Kids Deal With Bullies; and How Can I help My Child Deal With a Bully?