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A school community approach to cyber safety.

A message from the Familyzone.io School District Superintendent

Our goal is to protect every student from exposure to online threats - from inappropriate content to cyberbullying. That’s why we’ve partnered with Family Zone, a leading provider of cyber safety.

As a parent or caregiver of our school district, you receive free access to Family Zone Insights to use at home, a tool that delivers weekly snapshots of kids’ device usage, straight to your inbox. Red flags and risky patterns are clearly identified in concise, easy-to-read reports, with help and advice from a team of cyber experts.

Click "Sign up" below and get free access to Family Zone, the platform that we trust to manage cyber-safety across our entire district.

What do you need to do?

1

Set up your Family Zone account

SIGN UP

2

Install Mobile Zone on your children's devices.

3

Manage your account with the Zone Manager for Parents app. Download to your own Apple or Android device.

Family Zone takes student and parent privacy seriously. Learn more here.

Resources

A Day in the Life of a Digital Student

Family Zone Insights

How to install Mobile Zone on your child's device

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WINDOWS

CHROME

iOS

ANDROID


Click the icon for your child’s device operating system for instructions.

Cyber News

Family Zone Blog

Drug ads on social media are the new normal, study finds

"Before it was a case for youngsters of whether they should really risk it, going on to the street to buy drugs. But now... Read more


THIS VIDEO IS NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN ... but they're going to watch it anyway

Technology is opening up the real world for our kids  - but are they ready to handle it? And what can parents do to prot... Read more


The most important lesson your child is NOT learning at school today

Should teaching our kids the ABCs of human emotion join maths, English, science and history as core subjects? Read more


PUBG Mobile v Fortnite: The latest battle royale

In the battle royale for our kids’ gaming attention, a new version of PUBG (Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds) has already ... Read more


Loot Boxes 101: A primer for parents

These controversial micro-transactions are a feature in many of today’s most popular online games. But are they really  ... Read more


How to be the digital mentor your child needs

Managing kids’ devices is critical for their health and wellbeing. But parents who also mentor their kids’ screen-time s... Read more


Do you have a smart TV? Here's how to keep it safe

Maybe you saw the news reports this week about the teen whose devices were taken away - and used the family’s smart frid... Read more


"DeepNude" is just the beginning: How deepfakes will change everything

Things come and go so quickly in the online world, so you may have missed the recent news about a controversial app call... Read more

Smart, Safe & Sensible:

Digital Parenting Made Simple

If creating a home where technology is used confidently and responsibly is your goal - this is your guidebook.

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Cyber Expert Digital Parenting Videos

Cyberbullying: Answering the tough questions

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Let's talk about Snapchat (because it's a little weird)

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Everyone is a stranger on the internet

Brett Lee - Internet Safe Education

Rules and Consequences

Brett Lee - Internet Safe Education

Screen-time: How much is too much?

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The 10 pm Trap

Protect Our Kids

How online predators groom children

Brett Lee - Internet Safe Education

Is Sexting Legal?

Brett Lee - Internet Safe Education

Sexting: The Naked Truth

Brett Lee - Internet Safe Education

Pornography: The Topic Every Parent Dreads

ySafe

Privacy and Age Restrictions

Brett Lee - Internet Safe Education

The single rule that reduces the risk of online abuse by 50%

Brett Lee - Internet Safe Education

Should I get my child a smartphone?

ySafe

"Everybody else is allowed!"

Brett Lee - Internet Safe Education

Sexting and the Illusion of Privacy

Brett Lee - Internet Safe Education

My kids are older. Is it too late to start using parental controls?

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