The digital waters that our children are charting are drastically different from when we were all in school. For most of us, digital citizenship wasn’t on our radar. We didn’t have cell phones, data plans, or easy access to the internet. Raising digital citizens is a new challenge for all of us and it is important to remember that there are a variety of resources available as we chart these waters. Stay Safe Online (https://staysafeonline.org) provides a variety of resources and strategies to teach and implement safe online habits. In the article named Raising Digital Citizens: Teach your children to become good digital citizens with these resources there are a variety of quick precautions to take as you help your children get access to the internet while still protecting themselves, their personal data, and their digital footprint. Some of the highlights include, “Empower your children to handle issues,” and “Encourage your children to be ‘digital leaders.’” For more precautions and resources visit http://sl.psd401.net/raisingdigital.