Internet Safety “Check Before You Click” Today’s students will be the first generation to use the Internet for their entire lives. This unprecedented access to resources will enhance learning, research, communications, exploration of new ideas and expressions of creativity. Unfortunately, this remarkable resource has become susceptible to abuse that often targets young people. Arlington Public Schools is committed to helping students stay safe online. The resources presented here are intended to compliment information and instruction provided to students at school and to extend available resources for use by parents and the community. Acceptable Use of Electronic Networked Resources(pdf) Arlington Public Schools has entered a cooperative agreement with i-SAFE America to provide instructional resources on the topic of Internet Safety. Teachers and students along with their parents are encouraged to visit this site to learn more about Internet Safety Guidelines and Resources for Internet Safety in Schools, published by the Virginia Department of Education Internet Safety for Parents workshops offered this fall through the APS Parent Academy A member of the Virginia’s Attorney Generals Office Computer Crimes Task Force visited Swanson Middle School as part of Internet Safety Awareness Month. View the the presentation.