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NetSmartzKids and Harris County Sheriff’s Office team up to teach students how to stay safe online and off

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Clicky and the NetSmartzKids Team spent the day recently at Bonner Elementary School teaching students the importance of staying safe both online and in person. Clicky is the Internet safety spokesrobot who leads a cast of characters at NetSmartzKids.org, where children ages 5 to 10 learn about Internet safety through activities, cartoons, games, and music. Continue reading