Digital Citizenship

Reporting Concerns
We encourage all parents and community members to help keep kids safe by reporting any safety concerns or suspicious online behavior. This can include things such as harassment, threats to harm others, suicide, stalking or potential abuse of a child.


Middle School

High School

Teacher Teaching Resources
NEARPOD BCS Subscription holders have free K-12 curriculum, ready to go on digital citizenship on the District Private Library
BCS Internet Safety Policy
 6.304  Discrimination/Harassment & Bullying/Cyberbullying/Intimidation
 6.604  Media Access to Students

BCS Educator Certification on digital citizenship by NetSmartz® Workshop and Club Penguin™.

A required training, print out/email your certificate to your administration. This certification must be on file at your school site. Approximate running time: 1 hour.

In this self-paced program you are able to tackle the topics in any order you choose. If you decide to take a break, your spot will be saved, so you can pick up where you left off.

Click on the link above and register using your blountk12 address and create a password for this site. When you get to the first video, scroll down and choose low resolution. Thanks.

NEW! Google for Education Digital Citizenship and Safety Course Training Center

Netsmartz Internet Safety Presentation - a must see for parent that has a presenters guide and 52 slides along with videos to keep our students safe online and off.