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Partnership For Success

It Takes A Village

With the advent of the Internet, social media and 24x7 information access, ensuring our students have the skills to safely and effectively navigate the web in and out of school is a critical component of preparing them for their futures. Redwood City School District is committed to working together with parents to provide safe and informed access for our students.

Web Filtering

Internet Protection

Ensuring students are accessing the Internet responsibly both at school and at home requires a combination of "over the shoulder" monitoring, periodically reviewing student Internet activity and educating students on the appropriate use of the Internet.

Digital Citizenship

Resources for Home

Classroom blogs and other online media are powerful tools that open up communication between students, parents, and teachers. Please help with responsible use of online tools by reviewing the Common Sense media family tool kit and parent resources.

Google Classroom

Resources for Learning

Google Classroom is a learning management system to help simplify creating, distributing and grading assignments in a 1:1 learning environment. Many Redwood City School District teachers use Google Classroom to send and receive student assignments in their classrooms.

Google Classroom Student Guide

Screen Time

 Information About Screen Time

How much time children spend using technology during the day is a concern for many parents. Recent studies have differentiated between active screen time and passive screen time but everyone agrees that setting expectations for overall screen time for children is important to providing a well rounded learning experience.

Common Sense Media's Screen Time Resources

The American Academy of Pediatrics revises guidelines on screen time - Forbes Article

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