Welcome to the EGUSD Digital Citizenship Website
All EGUSD schools teach digital citizenship and are in compliance with current legal mandates, such as the federal E-Rate/CIPA requirements.
As students step up and out onto the Internet, the district wants to ensure that they understand the need to think before they post – to treat others with respect, to build and maintain a positive digital footprint, to protect their online privacy and the privacy of others, and to respect intellectual property boundaries.
Protecting Online Privacy
Social & Cultural Literacy
Social Emotional Learning
Social Media 101
Winter Break Challenge – Make Family Time and Tech Time One in the Same
December marks that time of year when many children hope that digital devices will be part of their holiday experience. From gift requests for new devices/games to school breaks that allow for extended game play and social media use, families often find themselves...
Social Media 101 – What’s Out There? Diving into Discord
As parents and educators, it can be difficult to stay informed about all of the social media apps that are being used by our children and students. In this blog series we are calling “Social Media 101 – What’s Out There?” we will provide you with an overview of...
Mark Your Calendars: Digital Citizenship Week is October 17-21
The California Department of Education encourages schools to recognize Digital Citizenship Week and Common Sense Education celebrates #DigCitWeek with new activities each year. Digital Citizenship Week is the perfect opportunity for schools and families to reflect...