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Documents/Handouts/Additional Online Resources


August 2018

Aloha,

 

Welcome to Moanalua Middle School.

 

This memo is to provide you information regarding our 1:1 Laptop Program. The following requirements ensure the sustainability of our computers e as well as monitor the technology use on our campus. For a student to be assigned an individual MacAir laptop all of the following are required:

 

  1.         Parent & Student sign the Technology Responsible Use Form (TRUF)
  2.         Parent sign and indicate permission on the Student Publication/Audio/Video Release Form
  3.         All 7th Grade and NEW 8th Grade parents attend a 1:1 Meeting.
  4.         Student provides cover & sleeve for the 11” MacAir or cover for Chromebook.

 

If you plan on attending the 8th Grade Open House on Wednesday, August 22, please come to the cafeteria at 6:00pm for the required 1:1 Meeting. The Open House where you meet your child’s classroom teachers will begin right after at 6:30pm. If you are unable to come on this date, the following dates/times are available:

 

            Monday, August 21 – 6:30pm, Cafeteria

            Tuesday, August 22 – 6:30pm, Cafeteria

            Thursday, August 23 – 6:30pm, Cafeteria

            Monday, August 28 – 6:00pm, Library

            Tuesday, August 29 – 6:00pm, Library

 

If you should have any questions or concern, please feel free to contact me at 305 – 1289 or email at alejandro_perez@notes.k12.hi.us

 

Mahalo for your time.



 

NOTE:  If you attended our mandatory parent orientation last year, you will not need to come.

 

 

ADDITIONAL ONLINE RESOURCES

ADDITIONAL INTERNET SAFETY RESOURCES:

There are many resources that are available to support Internet safety and help schools fight cyberbullying.  Here are some resource suggestions that you can use for extra support:

 

CYBERBULLYING Online Resources:

Stopbullying.gov’s Cyberbullying Site:  This site provides helpful background information on cyberbullying, strategies to prevent cyberbullying, and ways to report cyberbulling

 http://www.stopbullying.gov/cyberbullying/index.html

 
National Crime Prevention Council:

Cyberbullying has become a serious problem across the U.S.  Students, teachers, parents, and school staff need to understand what cyberbullying is, how they can help prevent it, and how to encourage students to report it.  All participants in a one-to-one program should be aware cyberbullying. 

The following handouts are available through the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) and can be found at:

http://www.ncpc.org/topics/cyberbullying/cyberbullying-tip-sheets 

 

ADDITIONAL INTERNET SAFETY RESOURCES: 

Hawaii Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force:  

This site, created by the Attorney General’s Office, contains education and prevention resources to protect the children of Hawaii in cyberspace.  Resources include:


  • interactive games that teach children web safety
  • Guidelines to inform parents how to keep their children safe
  • Lesson plans and classroom activity ideas for teachers

http://ag.hawaii.gov/hicac/

 

Common Sense Media:  

This is a comprehensive site that contains everything from ready-made resources for educators about digital citizenship to tips on essentials for rolling out a one-to-one program.  Their free curriculum is differentiated by age group and topic.

http://www.commonsensemedia.org/

 

NetSmartz Workshop:  

This site, by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and Boys & Girls Clubs of America has resources for different age groups, educators and parents covering a wide range of topics aiming to keeping kids and teens safer on the Internet.

http://www.netsmartz.org/ 

 

Verizon Insiders Guide - Teaching Cyber Safety

https://www.verizonwireless.com/insiders-guide/home-and-family/teaching-cyber-safety/