How is my child protected on the Internet? Do you teach students digital citizenship?
Protection from and proper usage of the Internet is provided by SCPS in two important ways.
We have a filtering computer/network program in place to block as much inappropriate content as possible.
We also have a K-12 digital citizenship curriculum that strives to teach each student a minimum of five digital citizenship lessons each school year -- one lesson for each of our focus strands: Digital Footprint, Cyberbullying, Copyright and the Law, Relationships and Communication, and Information Literacy. For more information about our digital citizenship program, you can contact your school's librarian or Adam Watson, the district's Digital Learning Coordinator.