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Cyber Education


Parras Counselors recommend that students refrain from using technology after 9:00 p.m. at night to ensure all students get a good night's sleep!  Difficulties often arise when students do not have a technology curfew because middle school students are often tempted to chat, text, and watch videos after hours on their smart phones, tablets, laptops, and other devices. 

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As children enter their teen years, they are heavily influenced by technology.  With frequent advances in technology, parents are often left wondering how to keep their child safe from cyber-bullies or online predators.  As a school, we can not discipline students for things that don't happen on campus, but we can provide you with the tools that you need in order to work with your child at home.  Please take a look at our updated presentation:  Simple Cyber Education SlideShow.  This guide, and other resources, will help you to stay one step ahead when it comes to online safety. 

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We also recommend signing a Cyber Parent-Teen Agreement

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Did You Know?

  • Approximately  40%  of students polled did not recognize the dangers of chatting online with strangers.
  • Approximately 50% of students polled did not understand the dangers of exchanging pictures with, or meeting in person, people they have met on the internet.
  • Approximately 50% of children use the internet alone.
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Common Sense Media presents

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