• Internet Safety

    The Lakeview School District Technology Department considers Internet safety in education to be a primary concern of the modern school district.  The District’s Technology department does everything it can to filter objectionable content, viruses, and applications accessed on district systems, The internet however,  is a large and complex interconnected network and it’s our belief that  internet safety, through education, is the key to students safety as they continue to navigate the digital world outside the safety of our district networks.   

     NCMEC           NetSmartz Resources for Elementary Students

    Education should include not only our students, but also their teachers, family members and even community members. Lakeview School District is proud to provide links to the Netsmartz Workshop as a comprehensive internet safety training  program from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC).

    Please click here to be forwarded to the Netsmartz Workshop   


    Resource 1 Link

    TeachersFirst's Internet Safety Resources

     CSM       Common Sense Media 

    Common Sense is the nation's leading nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of all kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in the 21st century. Excellent resources for Students, Parents and Teachers on all things digital. 

    Please click here to be forwarded to the commonsense website for digital citizenship curriculum for students and professional development for teachers. 

    23 Great Lesson Plans for Internet Safety

     Top 10 Things To Keep You Safe Online 

    1. Keep your personal information professional and limited. 
    2. Keep your Privacy settings on and up to date.
    3. Practice Safe Browsing. 
    4. Be careful what you download.
    5. Choose strong passwords.
    6. Be mindful of what you post. 
    7. Be careful about who you meet online
    8. Keep your antivirus software up to date. 
    9. If it sounds too good to be true, it is. 
    10. Remember, what goes online will stay online.

    GCFGlobal LogoInternet Safety for Kids