LITTLE ROCK – From dangerous online practices to uninformed choices, young Arkansans are increasingly at risk as they return to school.
Arkansas Attorney General Rutledge said in a press release that she urges parents, teachers and guardians to learn more about how to protect their children in their daily lives and online through resources and free training offered by the office.
“Protecting the health and safety of our children has been the single most important issue I have faced since taking office,” Rutledge said. “I encourage parents and educators to take advantage of our free resources and presentations so that together we can continue to educate and protect our young people.”
The following free resources are available from the Attorney General’s Office:
https://bit.ly/3QApXnf — 16 apps parents should know.
https://bit.ly/3Ub9mJM – The Elementary School Internet Safety Coloring Book and Middle School Internet Safety Activity Books can be requested for free online here.
https://bit.ly/3degp3x — Tips for parents to identify the warning signs and prevent cyberbullying.
https://bit.ly/3QI6zV8 — Tips for students to stay safe online.
https://bit.ly/3BC4Tby — Child ID Kit. Document medical, dental and other personal data for family records. Physical kits can be requested for free online here.
https://bit.ly/3DmV3vl — Youth Vaping Initiative.
https://bit.ly/3RJkj3i — Offers additional resources for parents and educators, including reviews of movies, TV shows, and video games.
https://www.stopbullying.gov — Provides in-depth articles, videos, and tips for dealing with bullying.
Print title: Attorney General Alert Youth safety resources available for teachers and parents