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Our CyberSafety program teaches elementary school students, middle school students, high school students and parents, strategies to stay safe online. WACC uses age-appropriate classroom workshops, presentations, and school assemblies to teach children, youth, and parents about online predators, sexting, and one’s digital reputation.

95% of American teens regularly use the internet. While the internet adds a lot of value to children’s lives, it also presents serious risks. Due to its expansive and ever-changing nature, it is crucial to teach children, youth, and their parents how to use the internet safely.

If you would like to schedule a CyberSafety presentation for your school or classroom or would like to learn more about our CyberSafety program, email Robin Batten, Cyber Safety Coordinator at or call us at (734) 434-4215.

In 2016, 9045 students and 93 Peer Mentors were trained on Cyber Safety
In 2016,
297 parents and community members learned how to use the Internet safely

Thank you to our 2015 CyberSafety Program Funders:

Ann Arbor Jaycees
Helen L. Kay Charitable Trust
James A. & Faith Knight Foundation

Washtenaw Area Council for Children is pleased to be funded in 2016-2017 by the Washtenaw Coordinated Funders, a collaboration of Washtenaw County, the City of Ann Arbor, and Washtenaw Urban County (represented by the Office of Community & Economic Development), United Way of Washtenaw County, the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Ann Arbor, and the RNR Foundation.