CyberPatriot Elementary School Cyber Education Initiative Request Form
Thank you for your interest in requesting the CyberPatriot Elementary School Cyber Education Initiative! The digital version of this kit includes:
- Three interactive learning modules that introduce K-6 students to online safety and basic cybersecurity
- Curriculum slides to supplement the modules
- Instructor's Guide containing installation instructions, modules information, and teacher notes for the curriculum
- Cover letters that describe the ESCEI to parents, guardians, and educators
- Brochure, social media guide, and press release template that can be used to promote the ESCEI
- Template certificates to award students upon completion of the modules
(Note: The certificates in the kit are intended for all students. Students that complete the "Security Showdown" module, which is intended for K-3rd graders, can create an additional unique certificate. More information on the Security Showdown certificate can be found in the Instructor's Guide.)
After completing the form below, you will be taken to a page to download the kit. Please note: ESCEI 1.0 will only be available in digital form starting September 1, 2016. You may request ESCEI 2.0 via the drop down link under Special Initiatives on
(hard copy and digital versions are available for 2.0).
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School/Organization (If none, type "N/A")
Are you a parent, educator, organization leader or other:
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How did you find out about the CyberPatriot Elementary School Cyber Education Initiative?
I am a Coach for the CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Defense Competition
I am a Mentor for the CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Defense Competition
Part of a CyberPatriot Center of Excellence
School or District Official
Parent or guardian of a K-6 student
With how many students do you plan to use the ESCEI kit?
More than 30
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