Internet Safety and Digital CitizenshipOconee County Schools is committed to protecting our students from the inappropriate content on the internet while preparing them for communications in today's world. Filters and various restricted access at the elementary and secondary levels block access to sites deemed unsafe for the educational environment.These efforts make OCS compliant with the CIPA, the Children’s Internet Protection Act, passed in 2001. CIPA imposes certain types of requirements on any school or library that receives funding for Internet access or internal connections from the E-rate program – a program that makes certain communications technology more affordable for eligible schools and libraries.Internet Safety and Digital Citizenship skills are integrating into all grades K-6 using the Cybersmart! curriculum and as a supplement in grades 7-12 when appropriate. Click on the links below to view the age-appropriate resources gathered.
- Elementary School Students Internet Safety and Digital Citzenship Moodle Website
- Middle School Students Internet Safety and Digital Citzenship Moodle Website
- High School Students Internet Safety and Digital Citzenship Moodle Website
"Common Sense Media prepares students to use the internet for communication, creativity, collaboration, critical thinking and problem solving - the new basic for 21st century learning."
"Standards based lessons are aligned with national and state technology and information literacy standards."