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Information for Students

 Yearbook Signups
www.TreeRing.com
Yearbook Activation Code->

Instructional Technology Agenda 
Blog Spot

Class Zone— Middle School ELA Anthologies
6th Grade Activation Code 4726178-30 (copy and paste)

7th Grade Activation Code 4726178-240 (copy and paste)

8th Grade Activation Code 4721325- 450 (copy and paste)

Boston Public School Code of Conduct 

High School Selection Process 

Learn more about the Google Suite

Student Resources

Anti Bullying Hotline
617- 592-2378

BPS Acceptable Use Policy

Brain Pop -> Primarily for younger grades

Cruel Kids -> ABC special on keeping you safe online

BPS Cyber Safety -> BPS site dedicated to Internet Safety

BPS Cyber Blog -> Realtime information on tips and trends to staying safe online

Copied from BPS Cybersaftey Site
www.isafe.org – A non-profit foundation dedicated to protecting the online experiences of youth everywhere.  i-SAFE incorporates classroom curriculum with dynamic community outreach to empower students, teachers, parents, law enforcement, and concerned adults to make the Internet a safer place.  Educators, students and parents can become i-SAFE Internet safety certified.

www.netsmartz.org – Another non-profit foundation dedicated to Internet safety.  Contains lessons, games, and activities on Internet safety for grades K-12.  It also contains research and statistics about online risks and children.  It also contains songs and videos you can show to your students.

http://msn.staysafeonline.com/educators/default.html – Internet safety information for educators.  This site includes tips, a toolbox, a glossary of terms and strategies to keep your students safe online.

http://cyberbully.org – A comprehensive source on the subject of cyberbullying.  This site includes detailed examples of cyberbullying and resources for educators.

http://www.cybersmartcurriculum.org/lesson_plans – Lessons that you can use in the classroom to teach your students about cybersafety.

https://www.mysecurecyberspace.com – My Secure Cyberspace is a free educational resource created by Carnegie Mellon University to empower you to secure your part of cyberspace.

http://www.copyrightkids.org – This site has information about copyright and intellectual property for kids.

http://www.staysafe.org/educators/default.html – Stay Safe.org
 for Educators contains
content and resources for teaching students how to stay safe online.

Teens:
http://xblock.isafe.org – The iSAFE site for teenagers.  There are videos that teens can view about internet safety.  They can get certified in Internet safety as iMENTORS and teach others safe online strategies.

http://www.netsmartz.org/netteens.htm – The Netsmartz site for teenagers.  On this site, teenagers can learn more about Internet safety as well as watch videos on the subject.

http://msn.staysafeonline.com/teens/default.html – Internet Safety topics and strategies for teenagers.

Kids:
http://www.netsmartzkids.org/indexFL.htm – The Netsmartz site for kids.  The site contains online safety games and activities for children.

http://www.disney.go.com/surfswell/index.html – Surf Swell Island from Disney.  This site contains games and activities about Internet safety.

http://www.carnegiecyberacademy.com – The Carnegie Cyber Academy trains tomorrow’s Internet safety heroes with training missions and a free game called The My Secure Cyberspace Game.

http://www.safely.yahoo.com – Yahoo’s internet safety site for kids which includes safety videos and games!

http://www.carnegiecyberacademy.com – The Carnegie Cybersafety Academy is a cyber defense training facility for kids full of training missions and games.

Websites for Typing Instruction

Great website to help learn your keys

www.FreeTypingGame.net

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