We know you have needs surrounding student safety. We watch the news and we hear from you, our members, about the challenges school districts are facing every day. And this year, as we’ve seen grants to expand mental health services in schools, funding projects that create comprehensive support systems for kids and families, we've realized that digital student safety is no longer “just” a technology issue — it’s part of student wellness, school environment, and beyond.
Join us at CESA 2 or CESA 9 in October and November
We've heard Securly's national success stories, but when we hear from your fellow WiscNet member organizations, who tell us Securly has saved lives right in their own districts -- well, we believe in this service more than ever. Join us as well as folks from the Securly team on the following dates to hear more about the issue of digital student safety, and WiscNet’s Digital Student Safety service by Securly.
CESA 2 (Whitewater) on October 25, 11:30am - 1:30pm
CESA 9 (Tomahawk) on November 29, 8:30am - 3:30pm
This event is free and open to as many people as you would like to bring.
20% of K-12 school districts in Wisconsin are now using Securly
WiscNet is a membership organization, which means that your problems are our problems, and we want to help you solve this one. If you need help figuring out how you can do a better job of keeping kids safe online, inside and outside the classroom, or how you can prevent even one instance of bullying, self-harm, or suicide -- we're here, and we'd love to introduce you to Securly.