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1 TABLET POLICY MANUAL Information and Procedures For Students Revised: Tuesday, August 18, 2015 Page 1

2 MT. VERNON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL TABLET PROGRAM We believe that the use of the KUNO 4 tablets and access to available technology, integrated throughout our Freshman Academy, will help prepare students for their future. The use of technology will allow our students to collect, analyze, consider, and communicate ideas and information from an enormous pool of available resources. Through effective planning, our staff will guide students in the analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of this vast store of data and help them apply it to complex and practical real-world problems in the classroom. Through the use of the KUNO 4 tablets, the teaching and learning process will change over time with students assuming more responsibility for their learning and teachers becoming coaches in the classroom rather than dispensers of knowledge. Establishing this new environment for learning requires careful planning and consideration as well as the application of effective policies and procedures. In many ways this program will demand an increased level of responsibility on the part of all students, parents and school staff. This policy manual is intended to provide the critical information and infrastructure necessary to insure the KUNO 4 tablet program s success. Since this is a new and complex project, the policies and procedures covered in this document are not all inclusive and will evolve over time. All Mt. Vernon Township High School freshman students will have the opportunity to earn a digital license for a KUNO 4 Tablet during the school year. To earn a KUNO license students will need to: - complete required instruction - demonstrate understanding of use and care of hardware, etc. - present required paperwork with necessary signatures Once the above is completed, a KUNO 4 tablet will be checked out and registered to a student. Students and parents will be required to sign a computer protection agreement as well as a pledge for the use of the KUNO 4 devices. We ask that you familiarize yourselves with the content of this policy document and follow the guidelines closely in the use of the school s equipment. We are excited about this opportunity to enhance learning at Mt. Vernon Township High School and to help us prepare students to function effectively in a technology driven world. Respectfully, Mr. Rowdy Fatheree, Principal Page 2

3 Introduction In an effort to advance the educational achievement for all students, Mt. Vernon Township High School has made the decision to implement a 1:1 technology initiative in the Freshman Academy with the use of a tablet device. This implementation will bring the world to each student s fingertips - anywhere at any time - and put the student at the forefront of not only becoming 21st century learners, but also becoming the recipients of a world-class opportunity to become responsible digital citizens. The policies, procedures, and information within this manual apply to all KUNO 4 devices and related accessories (power cords, covers, etc.) used at Mt. Vernon Township High School High School. Teachers may set additional requirements for use in their classrooms. 1. Receiving Your Tablet Device 1.1 Receiving Your Device Upon receipt of a digital KUNO license, Freshman Academy staff will assign a KUNO 4 Tablet to freshman students. Parents and students must sign and return the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) before the device can be issued to the student. Please review the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) posted on the school s website. 1.2 Returning Your Device Students will return their device at the end of the school year so that they can be checked for serviceability. Students who transfer, withdraw, are expelled, or terminate enrollment at Mt. Vernon Township High School for any other reason must return their tablet device on the date of termination. Devices must be returned in good, working condition. Rooting or devices with no serial number would be examples of devices not returned in good working condition. It is the sole discretion of Mt. Vernon Township High School High School to make determinations on device condition. 1.3 Fines/Penalties KUNO 4 devices and accessories must be returned to the Mt. Vernon Township High School Freshman Academy Office (G214) at the end of the school year. Students who transfer or who are dismissed must return their device on the date of termination. If a student fails to return the device at the end of the school year or upon termination of enrollment at MVTHS, that student may be subject to criminal prosecution or civil liability. The student will also pay the replacement cost ($400) of the device or, if applicable, any insurance deductible. Failure to return the device will result in a theft report being filed. Furthermore, families are responsible for any damage to the device and must return the device and any accessories to the Mt. Vernon Township High School Freshman Academy Office (G214) in satisfactory condition. Families will be charged a fee for any needed repairs, not to exceed the replacement cost ($400) of the device not covered by the insurance plan, i.e. cover and cable. Page 3

4 2. Caring for Your Tablet Students are responsible for the general care of the tablet device they have been issued by Mt. Vernon Township High School. Devices that are broken or that fail to work properly must be taken to the Freshman Academy Office for an evaluation of the equipment. Students are responsible for bringing a fully charged device to school each day. 2.1 General Precautions Each tablet device is the property of Mt. Vernon Township High School, and all users are expected to abide by the policies in this manual and those contained in Mt. Vernon Township High School s AUP. 1. Only use a clean, soft cloth to clean the screen, no cleansers of any type are to be used. 2. Cords and cables must be inserted carefully into the device to prevent damage. 3. Devices must remain free of writing, drawing, stickers, or labels. 4. Devices must never be left in an unlocked locker or any unsupervised area. 5. Devices must never be charged with any charger other than the KUNO charger provided. Other chargers will permanently damage the device and the damage is not covered by insurance. 6. Due to heat conditions, devices should never be left in a vehicle. 7. Students are responsible for keeping their device s battery charged for school each day and putting in sleep mode when not in use. 2.2 Carrying Devices Protective cases have sufficient padding to protect the device during normal use and provide a suitable means for carrying the device within the school. School issued cases must be used with the device as designed and must be kept in good condition. These guidelines should be followed: 1. Devices should always be within the protective case when carried. 2. School bags can hold other objects (such as folders and workbooks), but these should be used with caution as pressure and weight on the device may result in damage, for which the student will be responsible. 3. Students should never sit on or throw school bags. 2.3 Screen Care Device screens can be damaged if subject to rough treatment. The screens are particularly sensitive to damage from excessive pressure on the screen. Please be mindful that devices are sensitive to weather conditions and should not be stowed in extreme weather conditions such as heat, cold, or rain. 1. Do not lean on the top of the device when it is closed. 2. Do not place anything on or near the device that could put pressure on the screen. 3. Do not place anything in the carrying case that will press against the cover. 4. Clean the screen with a soft, dry cloth or anti-static cloth. 5. Do not bump the device against lockers, walls, car doors, floors, etc. Page 4

5 3. Using Your Tablet Tablet devices are intended for school use each day. In addition to teacher expectations for device use, Google Apps, announcements, calendars, the MVTHS website, and the Student Handbook may be accessed using the tablet device. Students must be responsible to bring their device to all classes, unless specifically instructed not to do so by their teacher. 3.1 Not Having Your Device at School If students fail to bring their device to school, they are responsible for completing course work as though they had their device with them. Students who forget to bring their device to school may be issued a warning; multiple instances of this may result in a disciplinary referral. 3.2 Device Maintenance & Repair Loaner devices may be issued temporarily to students if it is determined from the Freshman Academy Office that the device needs to be kept for a period of time for repair. Students should seek help as soon as a Tablet problem surfaces. Unresolved problems can magnify support issues and can cause additional problems. Students are expected to be and will be taught how to be ACTIVE participants in problem resolution. Freshman Academy staff may facilitate the student in performing diagnostic tests and re-imaging the Tablet if necessary. If the request cannot be resolved immediately, the request will be put into the queue and assigned a priority level. Currently there are three defined levels: Priority 1 (emergency) - problems that prevent a user from performing school work in a normal fashion: a user s Tablet crashes or freezes, Wi-Fi or authentication issues. Technology Services Department guarantees a response and assistance as soon as possible for individuals with P1 issues. Should a loaner become necessary, one will be provided. Priority 2 (intermediate) - loss of charger or battery life. The Help Desk will respond to the issue in priority order within regular school hours. Priority 3 (low) problems that include technical or how to questions will be in priority order below P1 and P2 issues. 3.3 Charging Your Device Devices must be brought to school each day in fully charged condition. Students need to charge their devices each evening. Repeated violations may result in a disciplinary referral and/or loss of KUNO license. Before school, during study hall, or during lunch period, students may charge their device in the Freshman Academy Office (G214). *KUNO 4 devices should only be charged using the KUNO 4 charger. Page 5

6 3.4 Screensavers & Background Images NA 3.5 Sound, Music, Games, Apps Students are permitted to utilize the device for personal use. However, doing so cannot be distracting to the educational setting. During school classroom hours devices should be used strictly for educational activities. Use of the device in school must be primarily for education. 1. Sound must be muted at all times unless permission is obtained from the teacher for instructional purposes. 2. Personal listening devices (head phones, ear buds) are permitted with teacher permission. 3. Appropriate music is allowed on the device and can be used at the discretion of the teacher. 4. Mt. Vernon Township High School is not responsible for lost or damaged applications or data related to personal use. Syncing to a home Google Store account will result in school apps being deleted, and the student will be subject to disciplinary action. 3.6 Printing Wireless printing will be available with the tablet devices at Mt. Vernon Township High School. Tablet friendly printers will be available for student use in all Academy classrooms and the library. 3.7 Internet Access Students are allowed to set up wireless networks on their devices. This will assist them with device use while at home. Printing at home will require a wireless printer, proper settings on the device, and the correct application. Page 6

7 4. Managing Files & Saving Work 4.1 Saving to the Device / Home Directory Students may save work on their device; however, it is recommended that students use their personal Google Drive or documents to themselves to save them in their student folder on the MVTHS server. It is the student s responsibility to ensure that work is not lost due to mechanical failure or accidental deletion. Device malfunctions are not an acceptable excuse for not submitting work. 4.2 Network Connectivity Mt. Vernon Township High School makes no guarantee that the school network will be up and running 100% of the time. In the rare case that the network is down, the school is not responsible for lost or missing data. Page 7

8 5. Tablet Software Any changes or altering of the device s original operating system including rooting is strictly prohibited. Any case of rooting may result in suspension from school, forfeiting the privilege of using the Tablet, and/or financial restitution to the school for damages incurred. 5.1 Originally Installed Software Software and applications originally installed by Mt. Vernon Township High School must remain on the device in usable condition and must be easily accessible at all times. From time to time, the school may add software applications for use in a particular course. 5.2 Additional Software Students are permitted to put additional software on their device. This must be approved through a process. See Freshman Academy Principal or staff for more information. Mt. Vernon Township High School is not responsible for any loss of personal software; such software must follow the same guidelines covered in Section Inspection Mt. Vernon Township High School reserves the right to inspect devices on demand. Students may be selected at random to provide their device for inspection. 5.4 Procedure for Reloading Software If technical difficulties occur or if illegal software is discovered, the device will be restored from backup. Mt. Vernon Township High School does not accept responsibility for the loss of any software or documents deleted due to a reformat and/or reimage. 5.5 Software upgrades Upgrade versions of licensed software and applications are available from time to time. Students may be required to check in their devices for periodic updates and syncing. Page 8

9 6. Acceptable Use Use of Mt. Vernon Township High School s KUNO 4 device is a privilege, not a right. The privilege of using technology resources provided by Mt. Vernon Township High School is not transferable or extendable by students to people or groups outside Mt. Vernon Township High School and terminates when a student is no longer enrolled at Mt. Vernon Township High School High School. This policy is provided to make all users aware of the responsibilities associated with efficient, ethical, and lawful use of technology resources. If a person violates any of the terms and conditions named herein, privileges may be terminated, access to school technology resources may be denied, and appropriate disciplinary action shall be applied. Violations may result in disciplinary action up to and including suspension and expulsion for students. When applicable, law enforcement agencies may be involved. 6.1 Parent/Guardian Responsibilities Talk to your children about values and the standards that they should follow when using the Internet just as you do on the use of all media information sources such as television, telephone, movie, and radio. 6.2 Mt. Vernon Township High School Responsibilities Mt. Vernon Township High School High School will 1. provide Internet and access to its students. 2. provide Internet blocking of inappropriate materials/sites. 3. provide age appropriate restrictions. Mt. Vernon Township High School reserves the right to review, monitor, and restrict information stored on or transmitted via school owned equipment as well as to investigate inappropriate use of resources. 6.3 Student Responsibilities Students will 1. use all Mt. Vernon Township High School technology resources in an educational, responsible, and ethical manner. 2. obey general school rules concerning behavior and communication applicable to technology use. 3. help protect school technology by contacting an administrator about any security problems that they may encounter. 4. monitor all activity on their account(s). 5. return their device along with all other school-issued equipment and hardware at the end of each school year or upon leaving Mt. Vernon Township High School. 6. use all technology resources in an appropriate manner so as to prevent damage. 7. turn off and secure their device after they are done working to protect their work and information. If a student should receive containing inappropriate or abusive language or questionable subject matter, he should contact the administration immediately. Page 9

10 6.4 Prohibited Uses Students are prohibited from engaging in the following activities: 1. Illegal installation or transmission of copyrighted materials 2. rooting the device 3. Any activity violating school policy or public law 4. Sending, accessing, uploading, downloading, or distributing offensive, profane, threatening, pornographic, obscene, sexually explicit, or any material deemed unacceptable by Mt. Vernon Township High School administration 5. Use of non-school approved chat rooms (i.e. Facebook); websites selling term papers, book reports, and other forms of student work; messaging services, (i.e Twitter, Skype, imessage) 6. Use of non-school approved Internet/computer games 7. Use of external data disks or attachments without prior approval from administration 8. Changing tablet operating settings (excluding personal settings such as font size, brightness, etc.) 9. Spamming/Sending mass or inappropriate s 10. Gaining access to another person s accounts, files, and/or data 11. Use of the Mt. Vernon Township High School s technology resources for financial or commercial gain as well as illegal activity including credit card fraud and electronic forgery 12. Use of anonymous and/or electronic false communications 13. Dissemination of personal information to non-school approved organizations including, but not limited to, account set-up for chat rooms, ebay, , etc. 14. Vandalism of school equipment (any malicious attempt to harm or destroy hardware, software, or data) including, but not limited to, uploading or creation of computer viruses, programs, or applications capable of affecting Mt. Vernon Township High School s technology resources 15. Transmission or accessing obscene, offensive, threatening material otherwise intended to harass or demean 16. Bypassing the website filter on campus 17. Any activity considered contrary to Mt. Vernon Township High School s code of conduct, mission, or philosophy 6.5 Device Care Students will be held responsible for maintaining their individual devices and school supplied accessories while keeping them in good working order. 1. Device batteries must be charged and ready for school each day. 2. No labels or stickers may be applied directly to the device/case. 3. Device accessories furnished by Mt. Vernon Township High School must be returned with normal wear and no alterations to avoid paying a replacement fee. 4. Malfunctioning or damaged devices must be reported to the Technology Services (Help Desk). Mt. Vernon Township High School is responsible for repair of malfunctioning devices. Devices damaged from misuse or neglect will be repaired as per section 8.1 and Students are responsible for any and all damage to devices and related hardware. 6. If a device goes missing, students should try to locate the KUNO 4 first; stolen devices must be reported immediately to the Help Desk and administration. 6.6 Legal Propriety Compliance with trademark, copyright laws, and all license agreements is mandatory; ignorance of the law is not immunity. Plagiarism is a violation of Mt. Vernon Township High School s academic integrity policy as outlined in the Student/Parent Handbook. Give credit to all sources used, whether quoted or summarized. This includes all forms of media on the Internet such as graphics, movies, music, and text. 6.7 Student Discipline If a student violates any part of the above policy, Mt. Vernon Township High School will follow the progressive discipline policy as stated in the Student/Parent Handbook. Violations can be minor or major in nature and can result in a warning, detention, suspension, or dismissal. Mt. Vernon Township High School reserves the right to place restrictions on devices when deemed necessary. Page 10

11 7. Protecting & Storing Your Tablet Device 7.1 Device Identification Student tablet devices will be labeled in the manner specified by Mt. Vernon Township High School. Devices may be identified in the following ways: Record of serial number Name and grade on the lock screen with MV logo 7.2 Password Protection Each student must keep their device password protected using CLoft. 7.3 Storing Your Device When students are not using their devices, they should be stored in a secure place. Students are encouraged to take their devices home every day after school, regardless of whether or not they are needed. Devices should not be stored in a student s locker or vehicle at school or at home. Students participating in activities are to follow standard activity guidelines regarding securing devices. 7.4 Devices Left in Unsupervised Areas A primary responsibility for each student is to take care to secure their device whether on or off campus. Under no circumstances should devices be left unsecured and/or in unsupervised areas. If a device is found in an unsupervised area, it will be taken to the Attendance Office and the student could be subject to disciplinary action. Page 11

12 8. Repairing / Replacing Your Tablet 8.1 Tablet Device Protection Plan The Tablet device is the property of Mt. Vernon Township High School and has been purchased by Mt. Vernon Township High School. Mt. Vernon Township High School has purchased a protection plan for each KUNO 4 device. Devices that are physically damaged must be returned to the Mt. Vernon Township High School Freshman Academy Office for repair. Devices damaged due to neglect must be repaired. 8.2 Theft or Loss Mt. Vernon Township High School loans devices to students for school use. The student is ultimately responsible for the device and as such is responsible for ensuring that the device is not lost or stolen. The device should not be left unattended. It should not be loaned to others. It should never be left at school during vacations or holidays. In the event that the device is lost or stolen, the family will be responsible for the full replacement cost of the device. Devices that are lost or stolen must be immediately reported to Mt. Vernon Township High School Freshman Academy (G214). Lost or stolen devices are the responsibility of the family, and will be charged appropriately. Page 12

13 9. Cost of Repairs The student will be held responsible for all damage to the KUNO 4 device including, but not limited to broken screens, cracked plastic pieces, inoperability, etc. not covered by protection insurance. Students are responsible for the FULL replacement cost of damaged or lost cases and power cords. Should the cost to repair exceed the cost of purchasing a new device, the student will pay full replacement value. Lost items such as cable and case will be charged the actual replacement cost. Page 13

14 10. Tablet Specifications Page 14

15 11. Tablet FAQ s What is the configuration of my KUNO 4 Tablet? See page 14. What if I already have another model or brand of tablet? All freshman will be required to use the school district issued tablet for school purposes. This is necessary to ensure that you have a tablet that gives you network capability and the ability to run the software that you will need in your courses. The Mt. Vernon Township High School District is also limited to providing maintenance service or assistance for only the KUNO 4 Tablets. For these reasons, other tablets will not be used on the Mt. Vernon Township High School network at school. Can I keep my tablet during the summer? No. All tablets will be collected at the end of the school year for general maintenance, cleaning, and software installation purposes. Students will receive their tablets prior to school starting each fall to ensure that everyone receives necessary updates and complete information about the tablet, including its warranty, insurance coverage, software usage and Mt. Vernon Township High School s policy regarding the ethical use of computers. Where do I find a KUNO 4 authorized service technician? Mt. Vernon Township High School will work with the authorized service technicians. If you have a question or a service need, take your tablet to the Freshman Academy Office (G214). What about insurance against theft or breakage through carelessness? Your tablet is very portable and very valuable, making it an attractive target for thieves. Therefore, the Mt. Vernon Township High School District has purchased protection insurance that covers the tablet. The best insurance is to take care of your tablet. Do not leave your tablet in the building, classroom, commons, or car unattended. Always know where your tablet is! Above all, take your table home each night. Does Mt. Vernon Township High School provide maintenance on my KUNO 4 tablet? Yes, the Technology Services Department staff will coordinate maintenance for students. What will I do without a tablet in my classes if my tablet unit is being repaired or while I am replacing it if it is lost or stolen? Mt. Vernon Township High School stocks a limited number of tablets that can be loaned out on a first come, first served basis. You will be able to apply for a loaner unit at the Help Desk in the Freshman Academy Office (G214), the same area where you will go for service on your tablet computer. If you are in possession of a loaner, treat it as if it were your own tablet. You will be responsible for any damage to the unit or for its loss. Do I need a printer? You need not own one since printers will be made available at the school as needed. How do I connect to the Internet at home? You may connect to the Internet using a wireless Ethernet connection. If you maintain a wireless home network, you must set the tablet to connect to your wireless connection. Dial-up Internet connections will not work on the school tablet. Will I be given a new battery if mine goes bad? The tablet battery will be replaced by the manufacturer for confirmed defects. What has the school done to help prevent students from going to inappropriate sites? We have a software product which is designed to help monitor all Internet sites that students attempt to access. This software blocks inappropriate sites and also logs a history of every site that each user opens. All students who attempt to find inappropriate sites will be directed to the Attendance Office. Page 15

16 Are student tablets subject to monitoring at school; what if a student brings their tablet in for repairs and objectionable data is detected? Inappropriate material on tablets should be reported to the classroom teacher, Freshman Academy Office immediately upon identification. Students who have objectionable data on their tablet, but have failed or chosen not to report it, will be referred to the Attendance Office. If the accessories to my tablet are lost or stolen, how much will it cost to replace them? In the event that tablet accessories are stolen, you should report the lost items to the Help Desk. The cost to replace specific accessories is listed below: a) Polycarbonate case: $45.00 b) Charger: $35.00 c) Stylus: $15.00 d) Keyboard: $45.00 What is unacceptable behavior? Unacceptable conduct includes, but is not limited to, the following: A. Using the network for illegal activities, including copyright, license or contract violations, downloading inappropriate materials, viruses, and/or software, such as (but not limited to) hacking and host file sharing software. B. Using the network for financial or commercial gain, advertising, or political lobbying. C. Accessing or exploring on-line locations or materials that do not support the curriculum and/or are inappropriate for school assignments, such as (but not limited to) pornographic sites. D. Vandalizing and/or tampering with equipment, programs, files, software, system performance or other components of the network. Use or possession of hacking software is strictly prohibited. E. Causing congestion on the network or interfering with the work of others, e.g., chain letters or broadcast messages to lists or individuals. F. Intentionally wasting finite resources, i.e. real-time music. G. Gaining unauthorized access anywhere on the network. H. Revealing the home address or phone number of one s self or another person. I. Invading the privacy of other individuals. J. Using another user s account, password, or allowing another user to access your account or password. K. Coaching, helping, observing or joining any unauthorized activity on the network. L. Forwarding/distributing messages without permission from the author. M. Posting anonymous messages or unlawful information on the system. N. Engaging in sexual harassment or using objectionable language in public or private messages, i.e. racist, terroristic, abusive, sexually explicit, threatening, stalking, demeaning or slanderous. O. Falsifying permission, authorization or identification documents. P. Obtain copies of, or modify files, data or passwords belonging to other users on the network. Q. Knowingly placing a computer virus on a computer or network. Page 16

17 What are some general guidelines? A. Students will have access to all available forms of electronic media and communication which is in support of education and research and in support of the educational goals and objectives of the Mt. Vernon Township High School District. B. Students are responsible for their ethical and educational use of the computer s online services at Mt. Vernon Township High School. C. All policies and restrictions of computer online services must be followed. D. Transmission of any material which is in violation of any federal or state law is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to: confidential information, copyrighted material, threatening or obscene material, and computer viruses. E. Any attempt to alter data, the configuration of a computer, or the files of another user, without the consent of the individual, campus administrator, or technology administrator, will be considered an act of vandalism and subject to disciplinary action in accordance with Mt. Vernon Township High School student disciplinary procedures. What is Network Etiquette? A. Be polite; messages typed in ALL CAPITAL LETTERS are the computer equivalent of shouting and are considered rude. B. Use appropriate language; swearing, vulgarity, ethnic or racial slurs, and any other inflammatory language are prohibited. C. Pretending to be someone else when sending/receiving messages is considered inappropriate. D. Transmitting obscene messages or pictures is prohibited. E. Revealing personal addresses or phone numbers of the user or others is prohibited. F. Using the network in such a way that would disrupt the use of the network by other users is prohibited. Page 17

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19 12. Student Pledge for Tablet Use I will take good care of my tablet. I will never leave the tablet unattended. I will never loan out my tablet to other individuals. I will know where my tablet is at all times. I will have my tablet s battery charged fully when I arrive at school and charge it as necessary throughout the day. I will keep food and beverages away from my tablet since they may cause damage to the computer. I will not disassemble any part of my tablet or attempt any repairs. I will use my tablet computer in ways that are appropriate and educational. I will not place decorations (such as stickers, markers, etc.) on the District tablet. I understand that my tablet and accounts are subject to inspection at any time without notice and remains the property of the Mt. Vernon Township High School District. I will follow the policies outlined in the Tablet Policy Handbook and the Use of Technology Resources Policy while at school, as well as outside the school day. I will immediately report to the Help Desk in case of theft, vandalism, and other acts covered by insurance. I understand I will be responsible for all damage or loss caused by neglect or abuse. I understand the District KUNO 4 must never be charged with any charger other than the KUNO4 charger provided. Other chargers will permanently damage the device and the damage is not covered by insurance. I agree to pay for the replacement of my power cords, battery, stylus or tablet case in the event any of these items are lost or stolen. I agree to return the District tablet and power cords in good working condition. I will not reveal my own or anyone else s personal address, phone number, or passwords using the schools computer network. I agree to abide by all copyright and license agreements. I agree that no financial transactions of any kind will be allowed using the school account. I understand that access to the Internet will be allowed, as well as, the possibility of student work and photos being published on the Internet. Student s Signature Date Parent/Guardian(s) Signature Date Page 19

20 Student Responsibility As a student of Mt. Vernon Township High School, I have read and agree to the terms set forth in Mt. Vernon Township High School s Acceptable Use of Technology. I also understand that a violation of the rules that govern the use of the Mt. Vernon Township High School network may result in the revoking of my access privileges and that use deemed offensive or illegal will be dealt with by school disciplinary action. Parent or Guardian Responsibility As the parent or guardian of this student, I have read the terms and conditions for Internet use. I understand that this access is designed for educational purposes and the school has taken available precautions to eliminate controversial materials. However, I also recognize that it is impossible to restrict access to all controversial materials and I will not hold the school responsible for materials acquired on the Internet. I hereby give permission for my child to use the Internet at school. Student s Signature Date Parent/Guardian(s) Signature Date Page 20

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