Common Sense for Internet Safety: For a Variety of Ages
For younger students:Online Safety
Online Safety for Students
Find out about your personality traits...
STOP BULLYING NOW!
Play the "It's My Life" games!
This site helps teach young children how to stay safe while using the computer! We will cover this in the Spring.
Internet Safety for Grades 1-3
An interactive game for students to promote internet safety! Check it out!!
Yoko Ono posted our IMAGINE PEACE Me to We Wishing Tree Project on her Imagine Peace web site. She also wrote our children a personal letter thanking them for their efforts and creativity.
Click on the link to see the video and her note to the students.
Thank you to Yoko for taking interest in our students, and to Dave Bakkke for listening to our stories.
At Iles. we believe that we can work together to make the world a better place. It begins in our own hearts, in our school hallways, and flows out from there!
This is a must see for parents! A call to teach children to respect themselves, others and learning.
Books & Authors
Tucker Power Tool Tour CD
Clubs and Activities
We are writing our wishes for the world on our hands, using them as leaves for our Wishing Tree. We are making the world a more peaceful place by helping others through service learning.
This activity was voluntary, and every student in the school participated!
Stay tuned to see the tree when we assemble it!
social and emotional support
PBS KIDS GO!
It's My Life, is the award-winning and unique interactive online community for 'tweens' aged 8-13. The popular, solution-oriented destination is organized into six "channels" - Friends, Family, School, Body, Emotions and Money - with dozens of topics and a range of multimedia classroom resources.
When 'tweens' go to
It's My Life, they'll be able to watch video clips of other kids talking about their feelings and experiences, submit questions at
You Said It, participate in online polls, read interviews with celebrities about their own experiences with the 'tween' years, play games, and much more.
The site includes a focus on bullies, drug abuse, eating disorders, being home alone, making money, smoking, sports and participation. Also be sure to check out the School channel that addresses topics on time management, transitioning to middle school and high school, cheating, surviving embarrassing moments, relating to a teacher, and dealing with test stress.