ST. LOUIS (KSDK) -- A school located on the Hill is the first in eastern Missouri two win a national FBI internet safety challenge.
Dean C. Bryant, the Special Agent in Charge of the FBI St. Louis Division, presented the award to St. Ambrose School for winning the FBI Safe Online Surfing (FBI-OS) Internet Challenge.
FBI-SOS is a free, web-based initiative designed to educate 3rd through 8th grade students about cyber safety. The students learn about how to protect personal information, password strength, cell phone safety, social networking, and online gaming safety. Then, they take an exam about what they learned.
St. Ambrose is the national winner for January 2013 in the Stingray category (51-100 participants).