Canyons School District’s digital citizenship goal is to empower students to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in our digital world. From lesson plans, videos, student interactives, assemblies, to professional learning and family outreach materials, our hope is to provide schools with information they need to take a whole-community approach to digital citizenship. 

School Community Councils Roll With Digital Citizenship

Technology  Student  Education

Does the SSC feel it has recieved enough information to determine if the filtering systems and supervision practices are appropriate? 
If not, please explain your council's recommended action plan.

Does the SCC feel it has received  enough information about the school's educational effort to instill a student's desire to be a good digital citizen?
If not, please explain your recommended action plan. 

Does the SCC believe the school has a viable plan to present internet citizenship and safety information to the parents in the community

If not, please explain your council's action plan.

Each school has a Digitial Citizenship representative that receives training and resources from our Educational Technology team in our Instructional Supports Department.  This team provides school representatives with monthly technology tips, lesson plans, and parent information to distribute throughout the school. From cyberbullying and photo sharing to digital footprints and online safety,  we want to help students and parents address important topics and have meaningful conversations about making great choices in their digital lives. The DigCit rep. is a part of the technology team that works with our SCC.


 During the month of October, CSD will focus on School Safety.  This includes a week of digital/technology safety. October 8-12, 2019 is our district Digital Citizenship Week.  Schools are encouraged to align their efforts with the district as we share and provide our students, parents and stakeholders annual information updates on digital citizenship.  

During the October SCC meeting, the school-based technology team and administration will share the school technology plan. The plan includes how the school will provide student technology education, parent technology education and information about our district’s filtering and networks support system. 

Upon completion of the review by the SCC the Principal, SCC Chair and DigCIt Building representative will sign and submit their plan to the CSD Board of Education.