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Sec. Wilkie statement on the passing of Chuck Yeager

Dec. 8, 2020, 01:45:00 PM

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Sec. Wilkie statement on the passing of Chuck Yeager

VA Secretary Robert Wilkie today released the following statement on the death of Chuck Yeager:

“Chuck Yeager will forever be known as the first to break the sound barrier in 1947, in an experimental rocket plane named after his wife.

“But let us not forget Yeager’s brave life of service to this country in wartime. Yeager was a shining example of how love of country can propel ordinary Americans to do extraordinary things.

“When Yeager first tried to become a pilot, he didn’t meet the educational requirements to receive flight training. But when World War II broke out, he proved he had the right stuff. He would bring down more than 10 German planes during the war, including five in one day. Yeager would fly missions in Korea and Vietnam, and after his retirement, he would continue to serve his country as a consultant and test pilot.

“When President Reagan awarded him with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1985, he called Yeager ‘a hero in war and peace.’

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“Yeager, whose humble demeanor is so often a trait of America’s greatest heroes, said in 2011 of his exploits, ‘You do it because it’s your duty. It’s your job.’

“Today we thank God for Americans like Chuck Yeager and mourn the passing of this American hero.”

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Teachers are required, by law, to present 'Internet Safety' lessons each year. An Internet Safety Education Plan has been developed by the Pointe Coupee Parish School System that is designed to meet the requirements of the law and to give our students the knowledge that they need to stay safe while using the Internet. The lesson plans that will be used are provided by a nonprofit organization called Common Sense Media. (http://www.commonsensemedia.org ) The purpose of these lessons is to create an online awareness about personal safety, cyber bullying, and social networking.

An outline of the Internet Safety Lessons that must be taught at each grade level is provided on this webpage. The outline also includes deadlines for when lessons must be taught (deadlines correspond to the end of nine week periods). The procedure that all teachers must follow is as follows:

1. Review outlines below and decide when you will teach each lesson. Include the name of each lesson in your Oncourse lesson plans so that you have documentation that the lesson will be taught.

2. Teach the lesson.

3. After each lesson, complete the online certification form to certify that you have taught the lesson. To access the online certification form, click on the button below.

Internet Safety Education Plan

ELEMENTARY GRADES
Two 45-minute lessons per grade per year
Grade
Lesson
CIPA-Required Topic
Lesson Must Be Taught By:
K
PCPSB Policy IFBGA: Student Computer Access and Use
Internet Safety
End of First Nine Wks
Going Places Safely
Safety & Privacy
End of Third Nine Wks
1
PCPSB Policy IFBGA: Student Computer Access and Use
Internet Safety
End of First Nine Wks
Sending Email
Appropriate Online Behavior
End of Third Nine Wks
2
PCPSB Policy IFBGA: Student Computer Access and Use
Internet Safety
End of First Nine Wks
Show Respect Online
Cyberbullying
End of Third Nine Wks
3
PCPSB Policy IFBGA: Student Computer Access and Use
Internet Safety
End of First Nine Wks
Follow the Digital Trail
Safety & Privacy
End of Third Nine Wks
4
PCPSB Policy IFBGA: Student Computer Access and Use
Internet Safety
End of First Nine Wks
Screen out the Mean
Cyberbullying
End of Third Nine Wks
5
PCPSB Policy IFBGA: Student Computer Access and Use
Internet Safety
End of First Nine Wks
Talking Safely Online
Appropriate Online Behavior
End of Third Nine Wks
MIDDLE GRADES
Three 45-minute lessons per grade per year
Grade
Lesson
CIPA-Required Topic
Lesson Must Be Taught By:
6
PCPSB Policy IFBGA: Student Computer Access and Use
Internet Safety
End of First Nine Wks
Safe Online Talk
Appropriate Online Behavior
End of Second Nine Wks
Digital Life 101
Safety & Privacy
End of Third Nine Wks
7
PCPSB Policy IFBGA: Student Computer Access and Use
Internet Safety
End of First Nine Wks
Trillion Dollar Footprint
Cyberbullying
End of Second Nine Wks
Cyberbullying: Crossing the Line
Safety and Privacy
End of Third Nine Wks
8
PCPSB Policy IFBGA: Student Computer Access and Use
Internet Safety
End of First Nine Wks
Which Me Should I Be?
Appropriate Online Behavior
End of Second Nine Wks
Cyberbullying: Be Upstanding
Cyberbullying
End of Third Nine Wks
HIGH SCHOOL
Two 45-minute lessons per grade per year
Grade
Lesson
CIPA-Required Topic
Lesson Must Be Taught By:
9
PCPSB Policy IFBGA: Student Computer Access and Use
Internet Safety
End of First Nine Wks
Private Today, Public Tomorrow
Safety & Privacy
End of Second Nine Wks
10
PCPSB Policy IFBGA: Student Computer Access and Use
Internet Safety
End of First Nine Wks
Risky Online Relationships
Appropriate Online Behavior
End of Second Nine Wks
11
PCPSB Policy IFBGA: Student Computer Access and Use
Internet Safety
End of First Nine Wks
College Bound
Safety & Privacy
End of Second Nine Wks
12
PCPSB Policy IFBGA: Student Computer Access and Use
Internet Safety
End of First Nine Wks
Taking Perspectives on Cyberbullying
Cyberbullying
End of Second Nine Wks

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