As part of the school community in Fremont, CA, FUSS Caresabout the well-being of our students/families/schools, and supports efforts that build up individuals in our community.
The current Shelter-in-Place order in California asks that people stay at home to prevent or reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Since many teens and children are using the internet to continue their classes and hang out with friends, we would like to share an interactive game that can help your junior high or high school student learn how to have a safer online presence.
Test your knowledge with an interactional learning tool from Common Sense Education, “Social Media Test Drive.” Learn to recognize private information, avoid encounters with strangers, and craft a safe social media post, in this short game.
Netflix debuted on 3/31/17 a TV series based upon the worldwide bestselling novel “13 Reasons Why” by Jay Asher. It raises many serious issues facing teens and looks boldly at bullying, substance use, sexual harassment, and the tragic suicide of the main character. Many kids are watching this show. Parents should also consider watching and having conversations with their children. Talking Points: https://www.save.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/13RW-Talking-Points-Final_v5.pdf
KTSF Chinese News Report regarding “13 Reasons Why” – in Mandarin Chinese