Cyber-Savvy Parent Workshop

All LPS Parents are invited to a special workshop addressing the challenges of parenting in a world of ever-changing technology.  

 Mini-Workshop Topics:

  • Screens, Sleep and Stress
  • Cyber Parenting with Younger Kids (PreK-5th)
  • Cyber Parenting with Adolescents (6th-12th)
  • Student Panel


6:30 – 6:45  Welcome and Overview
6:50 – 7:20  Session  1
7:25 – 7:55  Session  2
8:00 – 8:30  Session  3

April 11th, 2018 at 6:30pm at the Ames Facility,
7300 South Clermont,
Centennial, 80122

Pre-Registration Required – Light Refreshments Provided.

click here to REGISTER NOW! 


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LPS is committed to promoting a safe and healthy "cyber climate" for all students.  This site is designed to provide a central location for resources to support parents in a world of ever-changing technology.  

Safe 2 Tell

SAFE2TELL is designed to help YOU--students, teachers, and parents--anonymously report anything that is scaring or endangering you, your friends, or your family. 


Reporting Safety Concerns

We encourage all parents and community members to help keep kids safe by reporting any safety concerns or suspicious online behavior. This can include things such as harassment, threats to harm others, suicide, stalking, or potential abuse of a child. 

EMERGENCIES: (Serious Threats, Suicide, Abuse, Imminent Danger, etc.)  Call 9-1-1 or your local Sheriff or Police Department.

NON-URGENT CONCERNS: Contact your child's school OR LPS Safety and Security at (303) 347-3420.

You may also use Colorado's anonymous tip line,SAFE2TELL, to anonymously report anything that is scaring or endangering you, your friends, or your family. 

Student Links

Elementary School:
Get Your Web License Safety Land  (certificate)   
Router's Birthday Surprise      
Internet Safety and You
FBI CyberSafety Site

Middle / High School:
Videos about Student Online Choices
I Keep Safe 
Admongo  - media literacy (advertising)
Sharing Information: A Day In Your Life (video)

Try Our CyberSmarts

Identity Theft: Use tips to protect yourself from Identity Theft.

Beware of Spyware: Spyware Tips

Laptop Security: Learn tips to keep your laptop safe.

Friend Finder: Do you know how to make friends online?

See Video and Media for more interactive games and videos

Digital Citizenship in a Connected Culture

is a (free) curriculum designed to empower a generation of responsible and engaged digital citizens. It provides a framework and resources to help teachers, families, and other trusted adults:

  1. Introduce reliable, research-based information to students about digital media and their impact
  2. Help students explore the complex issues of digital ethics
  3. Help students build digital citizenship life skills - - -  Advice for Parents   
(cybersmart is now a part of commonsense)


Cell phones are amazing devices but all kids need support and guidance related to safe and healthy use of a personal phone.  "Smartphones" provide internet access either through the cell service or a wi fi connection.  Many devices like ipods, iphones, and ipads can access the internet through a wi fi connection even without cellular service.  In LPS, we have filters on our wired networks and wi fi networks, but students can still access the internet through unfiltered cellular service on their phone.  

See the resources below to help support your student to use their phone wisely.

Digital Portfolios

Most student digital portfolio templates that teachers use have a link to the below Google Site for a constant reminder about Cybersafety as part of their Google Site.
Digital Portfolio Link

District Policies

Information on Technology in LPS


LPS Code of Conduct which includes the Internet Use Policy

Contact your child's school for more detailed information regarding the specific rules or procedures regarding the use of technology and personal devices.