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Digital Citizenship (Internet Safety) for Public Schools

A Proven Record of Creating Safer Digital Environments in Public Schools

STUDENT PRESENTATIONS

We create engaging, positive, age-appropriate, live talks about the latest digital issues (K-12).

PARENT PRESENTATIONS

Equip your parents with our nationally-recognized digital culture content.

MARKETING PLAN

We create a customized implementation plan just for you. Plug-and-play marketing!

IN-CLASS DISCUSSION

We'll provide pages of post-presentation discussion questions for teachers.

AT-HOME DISCUSSION

We provide bilingual discussion questions for parents. Formation at home matters!

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Raise the digital IQ of educators to prepare them for student interactions.

ON-GOING DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

In Partnership with The Digital Futures Initiative, we provide free, on-going DigiCit curriculum.

PYE CERTIFICATION

Become a Protect Young Eyes Certified School and set yourself apart from other schools.

We’ve done almost 500 internet safety presentations around the country!

Our team is ready to partner with you.

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Screenagers Movie

BONUS – SCREENAGERS MOVIE

Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age is an amazing movie and conversation-starter. The Protect Young Eyes team has facilitated numerous showings of this movie and we even qualify for a lower licensing fee due to our multiple engagements. With an emphasis on screen time, gaming, and social media, showing this movie to your public school community is a great way to kick off any digital citizenship initiative!

We Love to Teach

Here’s a sample of our content and speaking style. This is Chris McKenna, our founder. All speakers use the same deck with the same content, each with their own personal illustrations. Our entire team is highly trained, with decades of experience as pastors, educators, and professionals. We’re engaging and energetic. Feedback from one school: “I felt as though you could have gone on for another hour and kept everyone’s interest!”