On April 13, 2010, Howe’s Net Literacy Safe Connects Team (Jacob Vinson, Devin Montgomery, Jordan Whitmer, Christopher Clark, Jasmine Tompkins, Samantha Quinn, Corey Thompson, along with Sponsors Janet Milenbaugh and Pamela Hurley) went to IPS School #57. The Safe Connects team went to present the ten most important internet safety tips to the 4th – 6th grade. After the presentation, the Safe Connects Team members were available to answer the many inquisitive questions of the students. The team then asked the ninety elementary students to complete a student survey. The survey revealed that 83 students felt this program should be taught to a friend and 81 students said they learned something they did not already know about being safe on the internet. When asked, “what is one important thing you learned about internet safety today”; a few responses were “to watch out for internet predators”, “not to ever give your phone number or address to anyone on the internet”, and “that you should always be careful and make sure it is okay with your parents that you have a profile”. Upon completion of the survey, the students received a “Be Internet Safe Bracelet” as a reminder to stay safe on the internet. The students worked diligently to learn the material and put together a beneficial presentation with plans to repeat this program for all Howe 6th grade feeder schools, on May 6th and 7th, 2010.