Scams, Predators & Creeps

Our students need to build awareness for how to protect themselves from bad actors online who might take advantage of them. This could include using their information or images in scams for financial gain or even for sexploitation.


  • Younger children – If an adult asks for your contact information without including your parents or using official school/team communication tools
  • Middle School – If you hear about or see a compromising photo of someone you know, what can you do to mitigate the harm?
  • High school – if someone you know or someone you don’t know asks you for a private photo, how can you respond?



Lesson Plans

“I Protect My Accounts & Devices”

Elementary School Lesson Plan

Middle School Lesson Plan

High School Lesson Plan

Quick-Guides & Guides

Quick-Guide to Secure Passwords

Quick-Guide to Sexting for Parents & Teens

Quick-Guide to Cybersecurity



Tips for Smart Passwords



Ask Trish is a weekly post for students by ConnectSafely’s youth advisor Trisha Prabhu.

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Other Great Resources

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