The Clark County School District wants to make sure every student knows what to do if a teacher crosses the line.
Education videos are being rolled out across the district to students of all ages.
Students from Kindergarten through 5th grade watch a video that simply explains what a child should do if an adult asks them to keep a secret or makes them feel uncomfortable.
The video also teaches the basics of Internet safety.
Students from 6th grade through 12th grade watch a more in-depth video that breaks down the new social media policy the district rolled out this year.
The policy states students can only communicate electronically with staff or volunteers between 5am and 10pm unless there's an emergency. Students also cannot chat or text with staff or volunteers one-on-one through text or other forms of electronic communication.
All students will watch the videos by the end of March.
Parents can watch the videos here.