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For parents and kids grade 6 – 8
If you have a preteen in grade 6 – 8, this agreement covers specific, age-appropriate guidelines related to Internet and cell phone usage. These include online safety, maturity ratings, intelligent online practices, online bullying, honesty, time limits and open communication. Agreeing on these specific items will help improve communication with your preteen.
For parents and teens in high school
If you have a teen in high school, this agreement covers specific, age-appropriate guidelines related to Internet and cell phone usage. These include ways your teen can protect his/her reputation and privacy online; demonstrate maturity; consider credibility of online sources; safety and consequences; and communicating openly with you about concerns.
Being clear with your expectations regarding your teen’s drug/alcohol usage is key to prevention. According to Mothers Against Drunk Driving, teens whose parents communicate that underage drinking is completely unacceptable are more than 80 percent less likely to drink than teens who receive other messages. Use the following agreement for discussion on your expectations regarding drugs and alcohol.
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