Technology is a vital part of education and the operation of the district. In an effort to promote learning and to expand educational resources for students, the district has made arrangements to provide students and staff with access to various types of technology.
The district’s goal in providing this technology is to promote educational excellence by facilitating resource sharing, communication, and innovation.
Access to technology is a privilege, not a right. With this privilege also comes a responsibility to use this access solely for educational purposes and not for inappropriate purposes.
The district will not tolerate the inappropriate use of technology by any person.
District administrators are directed to develop appropriate guidelines to govern the use of technology and to implement technology protection measures and safety rules as required by the conditions of eligibility for any federal or state technology funding assistance program.
A full copy of the district’s technology acceptable use policy is available below.