Digital Citizenship: Digital Footprint
A digital footprint is a record of everything an individual does online, including the content they upload. Online, information can migrate, persist, and resurface years later. Discuss with your children the risks of sharing information online and thinking critically about what they choose to post and share about themselves online.
Read the Family Tip Sheet: Help Kids Post, Comment, and Upload Responsibly to learn more. Leave a positive digital footprint and share your story on Facebook or Twitter with the hashtags: #LifeReadyWillard #digcit
Join us this evening, Friday, Oct. 18th for a night of fun for all!! Our annual WOHE Fall Festival is taking place from 6:00-7:30 with reading night activities preceeding that at 5:30 in the library. Games, activities, bounce house, food, oh my!!! PTO is hosting an auction for bidding on VIP front row seating and preferred parking at grade level music programs this school year. Come join us!!!!!! SO MUCH FUN!!!
Digital Citizenship: Cyberbullying
Cyberbullying is repeated and unwanted mean or hurtful words or behavior that occur online. Sadly, most kids will encounter cyberbullying. Experiences range for minimal and easily forgotten incidents, to situations that have long-lasting effects. Stay involved in your kids' lives, both online and off, so you can step in and offer help if necessary.
Read the Family Tip Sheet: Help Kids Fight Cyberbullying and Other Mean Online Behavior to learn how to dodge the drama and stand up for others. Share your story by posting on Facebook or Twitter and using the hashtags: #LifeReadyWillard #digcit