Keeping our children and students safe in an electronic world is the primary goal of The El Paso Regional Cyber Safety Cooperative. This Cooperative is the combined effort of the school districts of El Paso and Hudspeth counties, as well as the Education Service Center-Region 19. This collaboration provides tools, resources and information to parents and school personnel related to Internet safety and ethical Internet behavior for children. This website is a product of the contributions of each participating partner in the Cooperative.
El Paso Regional
Cyber Safety Cooperative
Valuable knowledge on cyber safety and how to keep our students safe online at school and home
- CIPA - Federal Communication Commission's Children's Internet Protection Act - Consumer Facts
- CyberBullying - Real Life Stories - Stories provided by NetSmartz.org
- CyberBullying Info for Educators - Resources provided by NetSmartz.org
- CyberSmart! Curriculum - Teacher resources from Common Sense Media's education program
- Keep Kids Safe from Cyberbullies and Harassment - Video from HowToMaster.com
- Safe Surfing for Kids - Information for kids provided by 4kids.org
- Stay Safe Online - StaySafeOnline.org, a website packed with resources and backed by several major sponsors
- TEA - CyberBullying - Additional resources on cyberbullying, provided by the Texas Education Agency
- FBI-SOS - FBI (Safe Online Surfing) Internet Challenge, a free school-based Internet safety program
The Internet provides our students and children with access to resources and knowledge that will enhance their lives intellectually, educationally, and ethically. Our mission is to ensure that parents and school personnel have access to the tools and resources needed to protect our children from dangerous or inappropriate behaviors and content, as well as to educate themselves.
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