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Digital Citizenship

Bulloch County Student Internet Use Agreement

Bulloch Handbook


Know the expectations of the Bulloch County Schools Student Internet Use Agreement!  Find these policies on pp. 72-74 of the Bulloch County Schools Student Handbook, part of which states:

"You and your child’s signatures on this Student Handbook’s Affirmation Page indicate you have read the previously mentioned documents to which you are bound and by which your actions are governed if your child accesses the Internet at any time and under any circumstances as a student of Bulloch County Schools. To that end, Bulloch County Schools supports and respects each family’s right to deny Internet and/or Google Apps for Education access for their child. Parent(s) or legal guardian(s) may obtain a “Request to Deny Internet Access” form available in the principal’s office."

What is Digital Citizenship?

Digital citizenship refers to the ability to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in our digital world. These skills are essential for students/technology users to harness the full potential of technology for learning and for college and career readiness. 


  • Internet Safety

  • Privacy & Security

  • Relationships & Communications

  • Cyberbullying

  • Digital Footprint & Reputation

  • Self-Image & Identity

  • Information Literacy

  • Creative Credit & Copyright

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Digital Citizenship Training

Students complete Digital Citizenship training each school year.  The following presentations (adapted from NetSmartz) are used.

6th Grade Digital Citizenship

7th Grade Digital Citizenship

8th Grade Digital Citizenship

Internet Safety Rules Handout

Games & Activities


PBSkids Webonauts

Carnegie Cyber Academy


Google Interland

AT&T Safetyland