Internet Safety

Be Safe

Things To Do

Have a secure password

A strong password can be used to keep your accounts safe from being hacked.


To have a good password

  • Change your password often
  • Use a mix of letters, number, and symbols
  • Don't use personal information or common words as a password
  • Make sure your backup password options are up-to-date and secure
  • Keep your passwords to yourself
  • Use a unique password for each of your important accounts


(Click on link below to watch video on making a secure password.)

Words can hurt.

  • If you are being cyberbullied tell someone you can trust.
  • Only post things that you would actually say in person.
  • Be nice

Post only things you would let your Grandparents read or see.

THINK before you do

T - is it True?

H - is it Hurtful?

I - is it Inaccurate?

N - is it Nice?

K - is it Kind?



THINK before you post!!

Things Not To Do

Be careful what you share online - Don't share any of these things


  • Inappropriate pictures
  • Address
  • Telephone Number
  • Name (occasionally)
  • Personal Conversations
  • Social Plans (vacations)
  • Information on your parents work or finances
  • Passwords
  • Password hints
  • Anything that could ruin your reputation
  • Medications
  • School, home (location)

Don't be a Cyberbully

Are you a cyberbully?

(click on link below to find out)

Things To Know

Whatever is on the internet can be seen by the whole world.

Even if you delete something it can still be found.

Only chat with people you know.

You never know who can see/read what you post

  • There are people called online predators. If someone who you don't know is making you feel uncomfortable or trying to meet you in person, don't go. Then tell a trusted adult and stop talking to that person.
  • Often an employer will look at social media to see what you are posting. This can effect if you will get the job or not.
(Video is about online predators.)
Child Internet Safety PSA - Online Predators