Cybercivility and CyberSafety
The Internet is a fabulous resource for education, entertainment, and more. But the Internet is not regulated or controlled by any one entity. So parents and schools have a responsibility to educate children about its safe and appropriate use.
It is imperative that parents and students report unsafe incidents to law enforcement so that offenders can be apprehended and prosecuted.
Cybercivility: An Open Letter from Superintendent Joshua Starr
Join the Cybercivility Task Force
MCPS is seeking applicants for its newly created Cybercivility Task Force. The task force will develop strategies to raise awareness of the need for cybercivility in how MCPS students and adults communicate online. It will also guide the creation of tools for schools, parents and community members that encourage conversations about cybercivility.
Applications are due by 5 p.m. on Monday Feb. 24.