The use of the District's Internet is a privilege, not a right.
The online world has so much to offer children - education, entertainment and interaction with young people around the world. Traveling in cyberspace, children can find a pen pal, get help with their homework, discover a hobby, become computer savvy and expand their horizons.
Even though children will find a warm welcome online, it's important to remember that the Internet is a worldwide public place. With access to computers and people all over the world also comes the availability of material that may not be considered to be of educational value in the context of the school setting.
The Internet is a tool for life-long learning. With this new learning tool students and staff must understand and practice proper and ethical use. The use of the District's Internet is a privilege, not a right.
The failure of any user to follow the terms of the Authorization for Internet Access will result in the loss of privileges, disciplinary action, and/or appropriate legal action. The signatures at the end of this document assures that you have read the terms and conditions carefully and understand their significance.
Student Document with BYOD - Revised August 2009
Staff Document - Revised May 2012
How to Teach Internet Safety to Younger Elementary Students - Fall 2017