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Past, Present, and Future of Internet Safety
Understand the Law
Internet Safety Awareness for Parents.
The Illinois Attorney General's Office is hard at work stopping Internet Crimes in Illinois. Mr. Eric Salcedo, from the office, even came to speak to our student body about the dangers on the internet.
Myspace - are you making wise decisions about what you are posting?
Cyberbullying tips from MySpace.
ISAFE is a valuable resource for students and parents.
Netsmartz is a valuable resource with videos, tips, do's and don't's, etc.
This is a piece of software that works like a camera, documenting all websites, images, etc. used by users.
K9 Web Protection also is a good source of protection.
ID the Creep is an activity to identify the potential dangerous persons on the internet.
Can you trust the research on the internet? Is it a credible site?
Additional links for information on internet safety.

Welcome to the Seneca High School Internet Safety Page!

On this webpage there are valuable headings of information related to students, parents,
and community members regarding Internet safety.

The Illinois Attorney General's Office offers valuable resources and aides.  
They offer a large amount of information and are dedicated to stopping cyber bullying:

Illinois Attorney General's Office - Cyber Bullying
 

Click below for important information for parents and students:

Internet Safety for Parents and Students

Seneca High School is committed to Internet safety.  Below is a PowerPoint tutorial on acceptable use of the Internet:

Click here for SHS Internet Safety Presentation

Understanding the dangers of the Internet...

Physical safety Impersonation
Emotional safety Trickery
Online disinhibition Free speech norm
Online social norms Internet addiction
Online harassment Alignment with self-harm or hate communities
Cyberstalking Risky sexual behavior
Cyberthreats Violent gaming
Cyberpredators Cyberbullying
Exclusion  

Understand the Law!

In 2008, Illinois Public Act 095-0869 was enacted to amend the
School Code to require Internet Safety education (effective with the 2009-2010 school year).

This act requires:
A component on Internet Safety to be taught at least once each school year to students.

Seneca High School307 East Scott StreetSeneca, IL  61360

815-357-5000Fax: 815-357-5050

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