Internet Safety

The Fayetteville-Manlius School District provides instruction for students in grades K-12 on safe strategies for using the internet, digital citizenship and smart analysis of data. These lessons take place during library, health, computer applications electives and character education lessons. Select from the links below to learn more.

Internet Safety Policy

Elementary Curriculum

Passwords, Personal Information, Predators, Cyberbullying, Site Evaluation and Validity


Middle School Curriculum

Copyright, Plagiarism, Cyberbullying, Sexting

Health Resource


High School Curriculum

Social Networks, Setting Safety Profiles, Posting Photographs, Creating Accounts, Cyberbullying, Vera House

Library Resources

How can parents become involved?


  • Talk about websites and apps
  • Ask specific questions regarding the app.  How is it used? When? 
  • Download and use the apps your children are using
  • Read reviews on the apps they use
  • Check the F-M Parent Cyberbullying Site periodically
  • Ask questions regarding the school curriculum

Placement of the home computer

  • Is the computer located in an area where you can check in during use?
  • Can you access browsing history?

Parent monitoring software

In their own words

Town of Manlius police officer Angela Palmer visited a Fayetteville Elementary School health class to discuss internet safety. Watch the video below to hear what the students' learned.   

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