Internet Safety Series

Keeping our children safe on the Internet

The Internet is a wonderful resource that provides our children with research material for the learning projects they are assigned at school. At the same time, it poses unknown dangers to them as they explore web sites and share information on social networks. These online videos will help parents understand the importance of paying attention to what their children are doing on the Internet when they are using computers, cell phones, tablets and even gaming consoles. Parents will also receive guidance about setting "ground rules" with their children on using devices online.

View the overview video of the
Internet Safety Series!


TODAY'S TECHNOLOGY: What's New with Mobile Apps

For parents of children in grades K-12
Length: 24:31
In an age of mobile technology, kids are surrounded by an ever-changing landscape of apps. Which ones are most popular? Which ones are just catching on? Learn about the features and functions of the tools your children use on a daily basis…or soon will!

ON THE MOVE: Kids and Mobile Devices

For parents of children in grades 3-12
Length: 19:38
What are your kids using their mobile phone for? Are they using it to share their location? What are they saying about others? Learn the issues and risks your children take when using their mobile devices, and provide guidelines for safe use.

CYBER-BULLYING: A Child's Nightmare

For parents of children in grades PreK-12
Length: 23:32
About 1/3 of teens have been cyber-bullied (online). Kids use social networking sites, cell phones and other technologies to start a rumor, send a photo or forward a message, but it can easily spiral out of control. Learn the cyber-bullying, and be prepared to take action if this happens to your child.


For parents of children in grades PreK-12
Length: 24:57
In August 2016, it was announced that one billion people had used Facebook on a single day. Many of those users are children who don’t know the dangers of sharing too much information. Help your child learn to avoid the mistake of exposing risky or too much information when using social media sites and other online technologies

SEXTING: A False Sense of Popularity

For parents of children in grades 5-12
Kids send inappropriate pictures of themselves to others out of peer pressure, but don't realize the risks to themselves and others when sexting. Once it's online, it's out of their control. Learn the risks of sexting with regard to privacy, cyber-bullying, legal actions, and the impact on your child’s future. 

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"Evergreen Public Schools is thrilled to provide our families access to the Parent U Internet Safety video series made available through ESD112. This outstanding five-part series provides timely information and recommendations to students, staff and parents about mobile apps and devices, the dangers of cyberbullying and sexting, as well as the straight scoop regarding the permanence of digital footprints. The video series is affordably priced for our district and has plenty of flexibility for use, which will allow Evergreen to ensure everyone in our community has access to this valuable content free-of-charge."  

--  Scott Munro, Executive Director, Elementary Education, Evergreen Public Schools

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Districts that subscribe to these password-protected videos can place links to them on their web site, and then share the passwords through newsletters and private email messages.

Subscription fees and forms:

District Annual Subscription: $100 per school

Please Note: Annual subscriptions are available on a district basis, and are calculated by counting all schools (regular, virtual, etc.) in the district. All videos in this series will expire on August 31 of each year. Districts may renew their subscription on an annual basis.

Please print and follow the instructions on the District Subscription Form for the Internet Safety Series

Parent Subscription: $50.00

Parent subscriptions are available on a individual basis.  The password for the Internet safety video series will be provided for 30 days beginning the first of the month.  Subscription fees will not be refunded if parents don't view the videos within the 30 day subscription window.

Please print and follow the instructions on the Parent subscription form - Internet safety series.

*Please Note The password may not be shared on any public web page or social media sites.

Questions regarding Parent U?
For further information please contact:

Bunny Stevens, Parent U Coordinator at ESD 112.
Phone: (360) 952-3415