Lesson Resources in iSchool: Internet Safety-Middle/High

  • This iSchool course contains iSafe videos and webcasts, as well as other video and interactive content from various websites. Coordinators must preview all material to determine if it's appropriate for their students.
  • iSafe material is in a password-protected area of the course. School personnel should contact the district coordinator, Paula Setser-Kissick, if they do not have the appropriate credentials.


Suggested Curriculum

Since there isn't unlimited time to teach Internet Safety, it's important to cover the information with students in a way that's meaningful as well as efficent. The district has created a curriculum that rotates focus topics by grade level -- while still covering all topics required -- and strives to touch on different aspects of Internet Safety. Schools are not required to follow the curriculum.



Kentucky's Office of the Attorney General will travel to schools to provide free presentations on Internet Safety to students in 5th-12th grade. The program is called Cyber SafeKY. Click here for the program request form.


Additional Resources

In the past these resources were reported by coordinators as being used in their school to teach Internet Safety. These are listed just as a way to give you additional ideas to supplement your lessons if needed.

  • Teacher Sign-Off Sheet (Sample) -- Here's a copy (PDFWord) of a form created by Amy Johns for Bryan Station High School. Any teacher delivering the instruction to students signs off as each topic is completed. Feel free to alter as needed for your own use.
  • AUP Template for Students -- this form is not mandated by the district. However, a school council must approve one for the school, and teachers and students must abide by it. A Spanish version is also available.

About this page

  • Author: Paula Setser-Kissick
  • Updated: Monday, August 22, 2016