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Toronto Catholic District School Board

Safety
 
Hello Precious Blood Parents!
Online Safety is a big responsibility, here are AOL's Six Online Safety Tips For Parents:
1. Use the Internet with your child. Be involved at all times in your child's online activities - talk to them about online safety.
2. Learn about and use tools like AOL's Parental Controls and set 'ground rules' for online behaviour.
3. Know at all times who your child is talking to online, and what Web sites they visit.
4. Put your child's computer in a 'family' area of the house, and never in the child's room.
5. Be sure to report conduct or material that is offensive to your ISP; if it is threatening, report it to local law enforcement.
6. Teach your child never to plan a face-to-face meeting with online friends, and to tell you if they are asked to meet someone offline.
http://www.aol.com.au/safetyclicks/#tips
 
 
A host of sites offer a range of educational experiences for kids.
 
For example:
• Canada's SchoolNet (http://schoolnet.ca) is an educational web site with over 7,000 resources.
• Web Awareness Canada (http://www.media-awareness.ca) offers more tips for protecting kids and families online.
• Safety Clicks (www.safetyclicks.com) provides cartoon-style information from the AOL "Safety Bot" with tips, games, and cartoons.
• Get Net Wise (www.getnetwise.org) is a public service providing internet resources for families to make informed online decisions.
• And AOL Canada’s new KOL service features an area called Homework Help, with links to encyclopedias and other educational material, with links to CBC content.
Please print the Online Safety Code