About Internet & Online Safety at Streetsboro City Schools

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The social, emotional, and online welfare of our students is one of our top priorities at Streetsboro City Schools. Our mission – to partner with families and communities to provide a personalized education that inspires and empowers students to be lifelong learners and productive members of our global society – doesn’t just matter in the classroom, or on the playground. It matters online, too.

Keeping kids safe online is one of our expanded missions at Streetsboro, and we do everything we can to best prepare our students for what lies ahead. Continue reading “About Internet & Online Safety at Streetsboro City Schools”

National Walkout Day 2018 to End Gun Violence

Statement from Superintendent Mike Daulbaugh:

If there was ever any doubt regarding the class and integrity of our students, there shouldn’t be now. I just had the honor of standing by our students as they honored the seventeen victims of the Parkland Florida tragedy. Under the direction and planning of the student leadership team, students departed the school in a silent and orderly fashion and walked to the stadium. Continue reading “National Walkout Day 2018 to End Gun Violence”

How to talk to your children about scary news

How to talk with your kids about scary news

Recent school shootings, international conflicts or natural disasters in the news can have a profound effect on children many miles from the scene. The sheer volume of media exposure of disturbing tragedies makes it difficult to prevent kids from experiencing them vicariously through the news.

The most important thing to do first is to start the conversation. Continue reading “How to talk to your children about scary news”