Passing on your knowledge as a mentor is the
most important job we have!
Goals of the MyNewOffice
To provide sources of informatoin about using the Internet safely, to
protect our children.
about what your kids see on the Internet?
a simple but powerful analogy from a web site called safesurfin.
"Welcome to Safe Surfin' The Internet is a lot like a big
city. There are millions of children, teenagers and adults who
use the Internet for fun, education, and to get information
that will help them in their personal or professional life.
There are millions of Internet Web sites. Many of these are
great sites. But some of these sites are like hanging out in
a dark alley in a big city - not the place to be!"
Your family can use the Internet safely if you take the
time to educate yourself and take the right precautions.
Here are some of the best sites on the Internet to learn
how to protect your family while they are using the Internet.
Educating your children.
Setting rules for your children.
Setting up software to keep them safe.
Following up regularly with your children.
Spending time with your children to explore the good
aspects of the Internet!
your children about the Internet and solutions.
We'd love to hear from you.
can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 636-273-6713.
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