(WICHITA, Kan.) — The campaign won a national award and grabbed the attention of child safety advocate John Walsh.
A group of Wichita School students decided to take on inter-net safety and will continue the program through the summer.
The "wonder who's watching" campaign took home first place for the northwest high school students in a national marketing and entrepreneurship competition.
The campaign teaches students about the dangers of posting information on-line. It also teaches students that what they post on-line is there forever.
There's also a message for parents in the campaign.
“Just as you need to know who's house their at you need to have that same awareness on-line make friends with them on Facebook and check their history and make an agreement,” said Michele Zahner, a Supervisor with Safety Services Dept. Wichita Schools.