All school district students have conditional access to the school district’s computer system, including Internet access, for limited educational purposes, including use of the system for classroom activities, educational research, and professional and career development. Use of the school district’s system is a privilege, not a right. Unacceptable use of the school district’s computer system or the Internet may result in one or more of the following consequences: suspension or cancellation of use or access privileges; payments for damages and repairs; discipline under other appropriate school district policies, including, but not limited to, suspension, expulsion, or exclusion; or civil or criminal liability under other applicable laws. A copy of the school district’s “Internet Acceptable Use” policy is available at the school website.
Students will receive a copy of the school district’s “Internet Acceptable Use” policy and are expected to understand and agree to abide by the policy as a condition of use of the school district’s computer system. All students who wish to use the school district’s computer system must sign the Internet Use Agreement form at the beginning of the year or upon enrollment.