It’s October 20, and we are right in the middle of Digital Citizenship Week. With each passing day, the world becomes more digital, and so it is important for people to learn how to thrive in this digital world as safely as possible. Today’s blog will list just a few ideas. To start, it is a good idea to protect your information online as much as possible. Use different passwords for different web sites, do not share information or images that are not for public consumption, and do not click on suspicious links which may cause your phone, tablet or computer to be hacked. You can also practice good etiquette online by not texting, typing or saying things that you wouldn’t say in person to someone’s face. These are just a few examples of how students in our accredited middle school program, accredited high school program or independent study program can practice good digital citizenship, but it is not an exhaustive list. You may practice good digital citizenship in other ways too. Finally, please know that your person information is always secure in your online middle school courses, online high school courses, our online student center, and in our internal record system. Good digital citizenship is for everyone, including our employees, and we are happy to serve you!