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
Snapchat, Meet SnapHack
Sending questionable material just got a bit riskier for Snapchat fans. The Apple Apps Store now offers shoppers SnapHack Pro, an app that allows users to secretly save any photos or videos sent via Snapchat. For an app that costs less than a dollar, SnapHack...
EGUSD Steps Up and Speaks Out on National Bullying Prevention Month
October is National Bullying Prevention Month and the Elk Grove School District is actively supporting this national event. On October 1, in response to an invitation from the Sacramento Regional Coalition for Tolerance to school districts and local and national...
Senate Bill 568 – The “Eraser Button” Bill
Today, California Governor Jerry Brown signed off on Senate Bill 568 to give California minors a chance to remove embarrassing posts and photos. The new bill will go into effect January 1, 2015. Under Senate Bill 568, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and...