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Student Acceptable Use Policy For High School ( Informal for
Transcript of Student Acceptable Use Policy For High School ( Informal for
• Students must only open, view, modify, and delete their own computer files.
• Internet use at school must be directly related to school assignments and projects.
• Students will be assigned individual email and network accounts and must use only those accounts and passwords that they have been granted permission by the district to use. All account activity should be for educational purposes only.
• Students must immediately report threatening messages or discomforting Internet files/sites to a teacher.
• Students must at all times use the district’s electronic communications system, including email, wireless network access, and Web 2.0 tools/resources to communicate only in ways that are kind and respectful.
• Students are responsible at all times for their use of the district’s electronic communications system and must assume personal responsibility to behave ethically and responsibly, even when technology provides them freedom to do otherwise.
• Students will use LISD guest wifi access for filtering purposes on Bring Your Own Technology devices.
• Wireless Hotspots not provided by LISD are prohibited on the LISD network.
• Using the district’s electronic communications system for illegal purposes including, but not limited to, cyberbullying, gambling, pornography, and computer hacking.
• Disabling or attempting to disable any system monitoring or filtering or security measures.
• Sharing user names and passwords with others; and/or borrowing someone else’s username, password, or account access.
• Purposefully opening, viewing, using or deleting files belonging to another system user without permission.
• Electronically posting personal information about one’s self or others (i.e., addresses, phone numbers, and pictures).
• Downloading or plagiarizing copyrighted information without permission from the copyright holder.
• Intentionally introducing a virus or other malicious programs onto the district’s system.
• Electronically posting messages or accessing materials that are abusive, obscene, sexually oriented, threatening, harassing, damaging to another’s reputation, or illegal.
• Gaining unauthorized access to restricted information or network resources.
During an emergency situation, students may only use their cell phones to contact 911. All other calls will be in violation of the AUP. Status, actions required, and official information will be communicated to parents and others by the District.
It is our goal that students and teachers will collaborate in rich, engaging learning experiences using technology. Students may bring their own technology and utilize personal electronic communication devices at school and at school activities. Students may use these devices in the classroom when the teacher deems them appropriate for educational purposes. All devices must remain silent or be put away unless being used within a lesson during class time. Students may also use devices during non-instructional times, such as passing periods, lunch and before/after school.
Devices include, but are not limited to, the following: notebooks, smart phones, iPhones, iPads, iPods, mp3 players and eReaders. All devices should be clearly labeled with student’s full name. Students are responsible for personal property brought to school and should keep personal items with self or in a locked space. Devices should be charged prior to bringing them to school.
In the event the technology is used inappropriately, normal disciplinary consequences may occur.
Consequences For Inappropriate Use
• Appropriate disciplinary or legal action in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct and applicable laws including monetary damages.
• Suspension of access to the district’s electronic communications system.
• Revocation of the district’s electronic communications system account(s); and/or
• Termination of System User Account: The district may deny, revoke, or suspend specific user’s access to the district’s system with or without cause or notice for lack of use, violation of policy or regulations regarding acceptable network use, or as a result of disciplinary actions against the user.
• Possible criminal action.