Library Resources

Digital Citizenship

  • Common sense education Digital citizenship is an overarching concept that includes appropriate and responsible use of technology by staff and students. As members of 1:1 iPad learning environment, we all contribute to the security and data privacy of our community.

    In compliance with the federal Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA), Saint Paul Public Schools provides students with lessons on digital citizenship, online safety and privacy, and appropriate online behavior. The district also encourages teachers to revisit digital citizenship topics frequently with students during the school year.

    Please visit the Personalized Learning Page to learn more about the Digital Citizenship lessons SPPS provides it's students. For more information on digital citizenship and parenting topics related to children and teen's use of media visit Common Sense Education
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