Digital Citizenship Assembly

Digital Citizenship Assembly
Posted on 09/19/2018
Digtial Citizenship

Milford Elementary School had an assembly about how to be responsible online and Judd Netto was asked to write about what we learned at the assembly.  Below is Judd’s article:


Always say NO to cyberbullies! Cyberbullying is just as bad as bullying in person. If somebody cyber bullies you, you need to save the messages and don’t text back. Tell an adult and they will fix the problem. Protect your personal information. Never share you email address, phone number, the day you were born, how old you are, and your school's name. Anybody that has your personal information can harm you. It is ok to let your friends know some of your personal information. But never let strangers know.


If you have a social media account, never post inappropriate pictures. Somebody could copy your picture and paste it on other websites. One rule is if your grandma would let you post it, then it is ok. Do not friend any strangers on the internet. They could get personal information from you. If you are friends or know them in the real world you can friend them on social media. Make all of your accounts private so only your friends can see it.