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Become a NetSmartz© Digital Citizen

Online Safety begins with YOU! Learn how to be a safe and productive Digital Citizen while having fun. This site has games, videos and comics geared to helping you understand what it means to be Net Smart. Includes information on cell phones, computers and gaming devices.

Click the links below they will take you to the site.

Always tell an adult if anything online makes you uncomfortable.


Cook County Sheriff Safety Tips

Internet Safety Tips

Internet Dangers and Guidelines


The ALWAYS and NEVER Online Rules

  1. Never give out personal information online. This includes phone numbers, addresses, emails, passwords or places you go regularly.
  2. Always tell an adult if you see something that bothers you, makes you feel bad or sad. You will not get in trouble and they will help you.
  3. Always talk to a parent before posting pictures online. Never post anything you may want to take back, it’s too late once posted.
  4. Never agree to meet someone you’ve met online without your parent’s approval. Always have a parent or responsible adult with you if you do meet and always meet in a public place.
  5. Always check with your Parents before downloading or installing any game, program or software to my computer, mobile device or phone.
  6. Never reply to any message that makes you uncomfortable. Always let your parents know immediately.
  7. Others have feelings just like you. Always use kind words and never do anything that hurts other people or is against the law.
  8. I will always follow my parent’s rules for online and phone usage. I will always tell them if anything causes me discomfort.

Nourish Interactive Presents


Fun Way to Learn About Nutrition! 

KidsHealth is more than just the facts about health. Nemours KidsHealth provides families with perspective, advice, and comfort about a wide range of physical, emotional, and behavioral issues that affect children and teens.

Click the links below they will take you to the site.


From the Dairy Council of California

Free online learning games about nutrition and healthy eating. These interactive games and tools teach about healthy eating and exercise while having fun.

MyPlate Kids' Place

To learn more about building a healthy plate.

Super Kids Nutrition

Meet the super crew!

Nutrition for Kids

A list of activities including games, puzzles and even recipes.


 Bullying can happen anywhere and to anyone. Help stop bullying at school, online, and in the community.

Stop Bullying
What is Bullying
Warning Signs

How to Talk About Bullying
Webisodes - Kids

Anti-Bullying Network


Triton College Youth Programming

The youth programs at Triton College are designed to introduce children and teen students to Triton College while providing educational and recreational programs that meet the needs of the surrounding community. With our great locations, convenient schedule for parents and fun, you don’t want to miss out on these great opportunities!

Fall and Spring General Course Listings
MUS C03 - Beginning Piano/Violin Private Practice
MUS C04 - Individual Beginning Rhythm - Piano or Violin
PED C05 - Parent/Tot Swim
PED C64 - Swimming for Children
CMP C07 - Computer Detectives I
CMP C08 - Computer Detectives II
CMP C12 - Little Gardners  
CMP C13 - Junior Artist
KDS C80 - Bienvenido! Beginning Spanish
KDS C84 - Benvenuti! Beginngin Italian
Summer General Course Listings
KDS C25 - Mini Red Cross Swimming Session
KDS C55 - Math Camp I
KDS C56 - Reading Help
KDS C10 - Junior Actors Clinic
KDS C92 - Basketball Pros
CMP C12 - Little Gardeners
CMP C04 - Soccer Camp
CMP C13 - Junior Artist
Click HERE to download our Continuing Education Guide with complete course listings.

Child Abuse Hotline

The Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453) is dedicated to the prevention of child abuse. The Hotline is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with professional crisis counselors who, through interpreters, can provide assistance in 170 languages. The hotline offers crisis intervention, information, literature, and referrals to thousands of emergency, social service, and support resources. All calls are confidential.

When calling 1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453), a qualified crisis counselor will answer and assist you, if you:

  • Need help and want to talk to a counselor.
  • Are in physical or emotional crisis and need support and encouragement
  • Need to be connected to the best possible resources in your area.
  • Have questions about the signs of child abuse.
  • Need to find out how to report known or suspected abuse.
  • Have questions about the reporting process and what you might expect through the process.
  • Want to learn about Childhelp programs that will address you or your child’s needs.
  • Want to learn about resources available to parents, grandparents and caregivers.
  • Need emotional support as a survivor of abuse.
  • Want a referral to an agency, counseling or other services near where you live.
  • Want literature mailed to you.(Allow two weeks for delivery via the U.S. Postal Service.)
  • Want information on how to make a donation to Childhelp.
  • Childhelp crisis counselors cannot come to the home where the abuse is happening and take away the child or teen who is in danger of being hurt and put them in a new home.
  • The Childhelp Hotline crisis counselors can’t make the child abuse report for you, but we are here to help you through it.


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IMAlive is the world's first virtual crisis center. It is the world's first crisis center where 100% of the volunteers are trained in crisis intervention. If you are in crisis or considering suicide, please visit us now. Once there click the Chat Now button to talk with one of our volunteers.



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