Internet Safety Resources

  • The Redlands Unified School District is committed to supporting 21st-century teaching and learning. Given the pace at which new Web 2.0 tools emerge, such as blogs, wikis, and podcasts, district staff recognized the need to implement a comprehensive program to teach the safe, effective, and ethical use of these digital-age technologies to staff, students, and parents. The following links are sites and resources that can be used to educate, teach, and learn about internet safety.

    Net Cetera Booklet and Website:

    Net Cetera Chatting with Kids About Being Online Booklet
    On Guard Online Web Site

    High School:

    NSTeens

    The NS Teens workshop provides children with original, animated characters and age-appropriate, interactive activities that use the latest 3-D and web technologies to entertain while they educate.

    Netsmartz Workshop 

    NetSmartz is an age-appropriate resource that can be adapted to fit various time constraints and needs. 

    Middle School:

    Grid Club

    Online game teaching internet, IM, personal webspace, safety skills, followed by online quiz.  Additional resources are available for download, including lesson plans, links, and downloads to additional websites and lessons for cyber safety instruction.

    ID the Creep

    An online game featuring IM, Chat, and email, using situations for students to help them identify possible problems with online predators.  Available in Spanish & English

    Cyberbee Copyright Activity
    An interactive primer on copyright

    Elementary School:

    NetSmartz for Kids
    NetSmartz® is an interactive, educational safety resource from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) and Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) for children aged 5 to 17, parents, guardians, and educators.

    CyberNetiquette Comix

    An entertaining, interactive way for families to learn valuable lessons about online safety. Join classic Disney characters for adventure, fun, and online awareness tips. We encourage parents and children to enjoy and discuss these interactive fables together.

    Student Services Contact Number: 909-307-5300 ext. 6763