Online Privacy and Security

Have you been talking to your student about Online Privacy and Security?


Students need to know how to protect personal information and gain a deeper understanding of their data privacy rights so they can advocate for themselves and others. Personal information is highly valuable and needs to be protected. It is the doorway to private and financial information both now and in the future.  You can support your students in understanding Online Privacy and Security in a variety of ways. 


  • Talk to your kids. Having open family conversations is the best way to protect your kids. They need to understand what is considered inappropriate conduct, inappropriate contact, and inappropriate content. Here is a series of articles for helping with those conversations:  young kids tweens teens

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  • Parent Control Tools. The district has provided Securly Home for families that will help monitor and control activity on your district device at home. There are many services for personal devices that you could use, as well.  Keep in mind that while parental controls work well for young children, teens who've been online for years probably won't have much trouble working around them or finding other computers to use. Parental controls guide Spanish


  • Keep your computer and identity secure. Educate yourself and your whole family on how to keep your computer secure, appropriate file-sharing, phishing scams, and downloading apps/extensions.

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Privacy and Security Family Supports:


Additional Family Engagement Resources

Jeffco’s Tech for Ed Website

Jeffco’s Privacy, Filtering and Internet Security site

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