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Twenty-three Fairfax County public schools have earned recognition from the organization Common Sense for demonstrating a whole-community approach to digital citizenship.  

In the Sun Gazette area, Chesterbrook Elementary School, Cunningham Park Elementary School, Oakton High School and Thomas Jefferson High School for Science & Technology were recipients of the honor for their efforts during the 2018-19 school year. Additional schools are actively working to earn recognition, county school officials said.

Common Sense is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping youth and families thrive in a world of media and technology.

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