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  • Internet and Social Media Safety in CCSD
    The Internet and social media carry great potential for learning, but also risks including cyberbullying, exposure to inappropriate material and online predators. Here are some tips to safely navigate the online world.
  • CCSD Board of Education hears updates regarding school safety and security
    During the CCSD Board of Education's regular meeting on March 12, Deputy Superintendent Scott Siegfried, Arapahoe County Sheriff David Walcher and State Rep. Cole Wist offered insights on security and safety.
  • Prairie MS Girl Scouts Work to Keep Young Passengers Safe
    Prairie Middle School Girl Scouts Makenna Batcho, Sofia Aarestad, Micaela Morrill and Amelia Malchow along with fellow troop member Julianna Martin helped draft an Aurora ordinance that would ban smoking in cars with juveniles.
  • Climate survey shows relationships matter
    Positive connections with peers and adults contribute to student well-being and success.
  • Polton 'Walk to School' Event Encourages Fitness, Community
    Polton's "Walk to School Day” initiative invited students, parents, teachers and staff members to draw on exercise for transport.
  • "All Hands On Deck" Approach Steers Safety and Security at CCSD
    The district's approach to security is ever-evolving, and its crew of trained and experienced specialists work constantly to improve and expand safety measures for the entire community.

Safety & Wellness News Archive

 


​Resources


Bullying/Harassment

Stop Bullying Now : U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
http://www.stopbullying.gov/

Crisis Resources

The Role for Caring Adults
Talking with Children about School Safety
Talking to Children About Violence: Tips for Parents and Teachers
Helping Children Cope With Terrorism: Tips for Families and Educators

Internet Safety

Colorado Department of Education Resources for On-Line Safety
www.cde.state.co.us/edtech/safe.asp

Common Sense Media
www.commonsensemedia.org

Netsmartz411 Internet Safety Help Desk
www.netsmartz411.com

Personal Safety

Neighborhood Safety

Notice to Parents Regarding Information on Sex Offenders

Parent Tips to Keep Children Safer

Personal Safety for Kids-English

Personal Safety for Kids-Spanish

Raising Streetwise Kids-National Crime Prevention Council

Violence Prevention

Raising Children to Resist Violence

Warning Signs for Troubled Preschool Children

Warning Signs for Troubled School-Aged Children

Warning Signs for Troubled Teen-Aged Children

 

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