A new program aimed at teaching students how to be responsible on the web has made its way to Seguin.

The Digital Citizenship curriculum was created by San Francisco-based non-profit organization Common Sense, which has worked together with Niagara Cares — the philanthropy division of Niagara Bottling Company — to bring the students of Seguin Independent School District a crash course in online ethics.

Joe Martin is a staff writer for the Seguin Gazette. You can e-mail him at joe.martin@seguingazette.com .

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