Last year I learned about the Common Sense Digital Citizenship Certification program for educators, schools, and districts. Although I had been using their resources to teach Digital Citizenship I had not fully developed a program that expanded across multiple grade levels, leveled resources, and family connections. My plan was to follow the criteria when the new school year began for 2015-2016, complete all the requirements, and submit an application after the first marking period. We all know not all goes as planned, but this one did. I am happy to announce that our school is a Digital Citizenship Certified School and I am a Digital Citizenship Certified Educator. As of last year, only three schools in my state were certified by CommonSense.org. I encourage more of you, educators, schools, districts to incorporate digital citizenship into the fabric of your school and community. With good planning and cooperative teachers, you can do this!