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Kids Safe Online Program

MN.IT Services sponsors the annual Minnesota Kids Safe Online Poster Contest. The contest allows kids to creatively share their knowledge about Internet safety.

Winning entries of the Minnesota contest are sent forward to a national competition sponsored by the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC). National winners will have their posters featured in MS-ISACs cybersecurity calendar, which is sent to schools and organizations across the country.

All public, private and home-schooled K-12 students are invited to participate.

Check back for information about the 2016 Kids Safe Online Poster Contest in August 2015.

2015 Kids Safe Poster Contest Winners

Mean Email

National Winner: Grace Schafhauser, Grade 5

State Winners

Don't text and drive

Ashlyn, Grade 5

Don't Use Keys to Tease/>

Isabelle, Grade 5

Leave a Footprint

Evan, Grade 5

Look Up

Erika, Grade 4

Mean Email

Grace, Grade 5

Bad Egg

Ireland, Grade 7


Katherine, Grade 7

Mean Sharks

Trevor, Grade 8

Nightmare Smiles

Madeline, Grade 7 

Rude Words

Jack, Grade 8

Secrets End

Hannah, Grade 8

Spider Cyberbullying

Vanessa, Grade 8

Think Before You Type

Ella, Grade 6

Words Hurt

Alexa, Grade 6

You Can Feel Them

Adley, Grade 6

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