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Kids Safe Online

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-ISAC’s 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. Contest entries are due February 6, 2015.



2014 Kids Safe Poster Contest Winners


Watch Out

Nathan C., 3rd Grade, Kaleidoscope Charter School, Otsego

If You Text and Drive

Erika S., 3rd Grade, Transfiguration Catholic School, Oakdale

Don't Text and Drive

Carly S., 4th Grade, Lake Elmo Elementary, Lake Elmo

Don't Meet in Person

Grace S., 4th grade, Transfiguration Catholic School, Oakdale

End This Email

Alexa A., 5th grade, Transfiguration Catholic School, Oakdale

Don't Type YAPPY

Olivia H., 5th Grade, Transfiguration Catholic School, Oakdale

Stop Cyber Bullying or Else

Carla G., 5th Grade, Transfiguration Catholic School, Oakdale

Who Says

Megan M., 6th Grade, Transfiguration Catholic School, Oakdale

That is what cyber bullies are

Alyssa M., 6th Grade, Transfiguration Catholic School, Oakdale 

Stand Up for What's Right

Alecia P., 6th Grade, Transfiguration Catholic School, Oakdale

Before You Speak

Vanessa O., 7th Grade, Transfiguration Catholic School, Oakdale

Don't Enter Websites

Jackson J., 8th Grade, Transfiguration Catholic School, Oakdale

Bullying Spreads like Wildfire

Alex M., 8th Grade, Transfiguration Catholic School, Oakdale

Once You Post

Josh W., 8th Grade, Transfiguration Catholic School, Oakdale