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FBI's Safe Online Surfing (SOS) Program

The 2022-2023 school year is in full swing and Tracy Morse, Community Outreach Specialist at the Cleveland Division of the FBI  wanted to bring the FBI’s Safe Online Surfing (SOS) program to your attention.


The FBI SOS Internet Challenge is a free, educational program for children that teaches cyber safety and helps them become better digital citizens in a fun and engaging way. The program, created for students in third through eighth grades, covers age-appropriate topics like cyberbullying, passwords, malware, social media and more. The SOS activities are open to anyone to explore.  To participate in the testing and national competition, teachers must register their eligible classes.


The website is available in both English and Spanish:


Teachers can register classes from any public, private, or home school that has at least five students and is located in the United States for the FBI-SOS Internet Challenge. A secure online system lets you manage your classes, automatically grades your students’ exams, and gives you the test scores. Each month during the school year, the classes with the top exam scores nationwide receive an FBI-SOS certificate and will be congratulated by local FBI personnel.

The SOS program’s curriculum meets state and federal Internet safety mandates.

We would love to have your school join us in the mission to keep kids safe online!


If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitiate to contact me.  

Tracy Morse
FBI Cleveland
Community Outreach Specialist


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