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1 Henderson County Early College High School Technology Program Parent and Student Technology Use Handbook ROADRUNNERS

2 I. Assigned Graphing Calculators TI-84+ graphing calculators are assigned to Henderson County Early College High School (HCEC) students for use during the semester they study Algebra I, Geometry, or Algebra II. It is the responsibility of the student and their parent/legal guardian for the care and safety of the graphing calculator. Students and their parent/legal guardian are responsible for the cost of damages or loss due to abuse or misuse of the graphing calculator. Students are required to return their graphing calculator to the teacher at the completion of the math course. It is the responsibility of the student and their parent/legal guardian to replace batteries in the graphing calculator as needed or before taking the EOC assessment for their math course. II. Laptops Dell Latitude 2100 Netbooks are used at Henderson County Early College High School (HCEC) The laptop is to be used for educational purposes only. Early College students will have access to a laptop and wireless Internet while in the classroom. Teachers who assign projects or assignments that require computer usage outside the school day will allow students without their own device to check out a laptop with padded bag to take home. The laptop must be returned the following day. It is the responsibility of the student and their parent/legal guardian for appropriate use and safety of the laptop. Students and their parents/legal guardian are not to change the internal configuration of the laptop to modify accessibility in any way. Students and their parent/legal guardian are responsible for the cost of damages or loss due to obvious abuse or misuse. The cost of a Dell Netbook is $ ($675 + MS Office $50) the cost of a broken screen is $94.95 and the cost of the power cord is $ We encourage students that have their personal laptop to bring them and use them at school. A violation of Henderson County Public Schools Board Policies 630 and 631 ( ) and guidelines in this manual for the use of the laptop, and Internet access is unethical and may constitute a criminal offense. Should an HCEC student commit a violation or damage the laptop, computer network, other computer equipment, or another person s documents or data access technology privileges will be revoked, school disciplinary action taken and/or the appropriate legal action taken. The student and/or legal guardian is responsible for paying for damages and professional services in their entirety as a result of unethical behavior and inappropriate use of technology. Students are not allowed to download software applications, games or documents that are not for educational purposes or are restricted by HCPS filtering software. Students must use their Novell user Henderson County Early College High School Page 2 of 11

3 ID and password when using an HCEC Dell Netbook. The option for using an HCEC Dell Netbook will be taken away for a student who changes their Novell password or creates their personal login process. Henderson County Public Schools provide filtering software to limit access to inappropriate material. HCEC and HCPS have the right to review, monitor, and restrict access to the Internet and information stored or transmitted by equipment owned by HCPS. Laptops have virus protection software installed. If a virus is detected, the student should report it to their teacher or the principal. It is the expectation that students demonstrate use of the calculator and laptop in a responsible and ethical manner. The calculator and laptop are for educational use. HCEC students understand that the purpose of having a calculator and laptop is to help with school assignments and projects, data entry and analysis, planning class presentations, and completing graduation projects specifically related to their high school and college courses. Transmitting or accessing materials that are obscene, offensive, threatening or otherwise intended to harass or harm another person are strictly prohibited. Each HCEC student is responsible for keeping the laptop battery charged using the AC adaptor at school and at home. If the AC adaptor is lost, the student and/or parent/legal guardian will pay the cost of replacement which. Students should log off and Shutdown their laptops when not in use to preserve battery life. Students should not share user ID and passwords or loan their calculator or laptop to anyone. Inappropriate use of the calculator or computer will result in disciplinary action. Inappropriate use or misuse of the calculator will result in the calculator being taken for the remainder of the semester. If a teacher observes a student using the laptop in inappropriate ways such as viewing social networking or non-educational sites, playing games, reading/sending s on non-approved providers, attempting to disable filtering software, plagiarism, or using the computer in unethical ways (page 5), the teacher will take the laptop and arrange a parent conference for the first offense. On the second offense, the laptop will be taken from the student for the remainder of the semester. If a student uses technology inappropriately after second offense, laptop privileges will be suspended for future years at HCEC. These guidelines also apply to the privilege of using Blue Ridge Community College computers located in the classrooms and media center. It will be very difficult for a student to complete high school and college work without access to a computer. III. Reservation of Rights and Limits of Liability Henderson County Early College High School (HCEC) and Henderson County Public Schools (HCPS) reserve the right to monitor and inspect computerized files and terminate services at any time and for any reason without notice. Henderson County Early College High School Page 3 of 11

4 HCEC and HCPS make no guarantees or representations, either explicit or implied, that user files and/or accounts are private and secure. No right of privacy exists in regard to or Internet use. files and web site addresses are archived for inspection should the need occur. No right of privacy exists for Henderson County Early College High School students who may use Blue Ridge Community College computers for or Internet access. HCEC students can bring their personal laptops to school but they will not be able to access HCPS wireless. HCEC students can access BRCC wireless in other buildings. IV. Internet Access Henderson County Early College High School and Henderson County Public Schools provide wireless access to students while in the physical building of the Early College High School. Users of wireless connectivity must abide by the HCPS Acceptable Use of Internet and Computer Resources Policy 630 and Web Pages Policy 631 which can be accessed on the Internet at Internet users must also adhere to the Acceptable and Unacceptable Use Guidelines described in this manual. Students may connect to the Internet from a location outside of school but must understand that they are using school equipment and all school rules and policies apply no matter how the connection to the Internet is made. Application software that is available through the Novell high school image such as MS Office can be used without Internet access. If a parent/legal guardian does not want their student to have Internet access, they must write a letter to the HCEC principal on behalf of their child explaining why Internet access is refused. The HCEC staff will work diligently to honor requests related to Internet access; however, wireless connectivity is automatic when using the laptops in the Early College building so there is no guarantee that students will not access the Internet or view another student s Internet sites while at school. Henderson County Early College High School Page 4 of 11

5 V. Copyright and Plagiarism Issues The transmission of copyrighted materials and copying verbatim information from the Internet are unethical uses of technology resources. Accessing and/or purchasing research papers, book reports, science fair projects, and other forms of student work are not acceptable at any school in Henderson County. Downloading illegal files, including music or other data files, is strictly prohibited. Any action that violates existing public law related to copyright and plagiarism issues will be dealt with according to the judicial system. Students should not share user ID or passwords nor allow another student to have access to electronically stored original works such as essays, reports, music, or art work. VI. Acceptable and Unacceptable Use of Technology Resources Henderson County Early College High School strives to provide technology resources in an environment where access is shared equitably among its students. The use of technology is intended to support research and other uses that enhance classroom instruction with a focus on learning. Students are expected to demonstrate responsible, ethical behavior when using these resources. Acceptable use of technology resources are made available for students for conducting research related to school assignments and projects, data entry and analysis, preparing class presentations, and completing graduation projects. Unacceptable use of technology: Students should not a. Deliberately download, upload, create or transmit computer viruses to the laptop or inappropriate programs to the calculator. b. Destroy or modify directory structures or registries, or interfere or tamper with another student s calculator, laptop, data or files. c. Use chat rooms or instant messaging for purposes other than education or research. d. Develop programs that infiltrate a computer or computing system, harass other users, and/or damage software or electronic files. e. Attempt to get unauthorized computer access or privileges, or attempt to trespass on the work of another individual. f. Use another person s password or share one s own password; users who choose to share passwords are responsible for the outcomes and consequences resulting from the use of their passwords. Henderson County Early College High School Page 5 of 11

6 g. Commit vandalism on equipment, communication lines, manuals, or software; attempts to circumvent any security measures or controls will lead to losing privileges of school access and use of laptop and calculator. h. Have food or liquids around the laptop or calculator to avoid damaging electronic parts. i. Tie up large amounts of bandwidth by staying on the Internet for long periods at school or saving large files to My Documents; students should always logoff and shutdown their laptops and turn off their calculators when not in use. j. Connect unauthorized components (software or hardware) to the laptop or calculator for personal use. k. Send hate mail, chain letters, or anonymous or pseudonymous messages to any one. l. Use profanity; send obscene, pornographic or discriminatory images or remarks, or other content which reasonably may be considered offensive to another user. m. Use computers for fraud, financial gain, or for any commercial, political, or illegal act. n. Disclose personal information about yourself or another student. o. Violate copyright laws and/or fair use provisions. Henderson County Public Schools (HCPS) and Blue Ridge Community College (BRCC) reserve the right to limit use and access to computers and the Internet as needed to protect students. Consequences for Inappropriate Use: Inappropriate use of the calculator or computer will result in disciplinary action. Inappropriate use or misuse of the calculator will result in the calculator being taken for the remainder of the semester. If a teacher observes a student using the laptop in inappropriate ways such as viewing social networking or non-educational sites, playing games, reading/sending s on non-approved providers, attempting to disable filtering software, plagiarism, or using the computer in unethical ways (page 5), the teacher will take the laptop and arrange a parent conference for the first offense. On the second offense, the laptop will be taken from the student for the remainder of the semester. If student uses technology inappropriately after second offense, laptop privileges will be suspended for future years at HCEC. These guidelines also apply to the privilege of using Blue Ridge Community College computers located in the classrooms and media center. It will be very difficult for a student to complete high school and college work without access to a computer. VII. Inspection of Technology Equipment Students are expected to bring their calculators and laptops to school every day and the equipment may be selected at random for inspection. Henderson County Early College High School Page 6 of 11

7 Students cannot download software to their laptops. If technical difficulties occur and illegal software is discovered, it will be deleted. Henderson County Public Schools (HCPS) and Henderson County Early College High School (HCEC) are not responsible for the loss of any non-licensed software that is not part of the Novell image for high school computers. VIII. Maintenance of Technology Equipment Students will be asked from time to time to submit their laptops for software upgrades. Students are expected to keep their laptop battery charged. Students are required to turn in their laptops with the laptop bag at the end of the school year for maintenance and repair. During EOC tests, students are expected to clear the memory of their calculators which includes programs and applications. Any programs designed by students and applications that have been downloaded to the calculator will be lost. Students are expected to replace batteries in their calculators prior to EOC tests. Students are required to turn in their calculators at the end of the semester when their math course is complete. IX. Failure to Return Technology Equipment If a student fails to return their calculator, laptop with bag and peripherals upon request, at the end of the semester or school year, or upon termination of enrollment at Henderson County Early College High School (HCEC), the student may be subject to criminal prosecution or civil liability. Failure to return the laptop will result in a grand theft report being filed with the Henderson County Sheriff s Department. If a student fails to return their TI-84+ graphing calculator following a change in enrollment status, completion of a semester math course, summer break, or graduation, they will be charged $ which is the cost of the calculator. If a student fails to return their laptop with bag and its peripherals following a change in enrollment status, before summer break, or graduation, they will be charged ($675 + MS Office $50) the cost of a broken screen is $94.95 and the cost of the power cord is $ The cost of replacing the laptop bag with the Roadrunner logo is $ Damaged, Lost or Stolen Technology Equipment If a calculator or laptop is damaged, lost or stolen, the student must notify the school principal immediately. Henderson County Early College High School Page 7 of 11

8 If a calculator is damaged, lost or stolen, the student and parent/legal guardian are expected to pay $ to replace the calculator. If a laptop is lost, the student and their parent/legal guardian must complete a police report and legal documentation on the status of the equipment for law enforcement and insurance information within twenty-four hours. The Henderson County Public Schools insurance contractor has a $100 deductible clause. If a laptop is replaced due to loss, the student and their parent/legal guardian are expected to pay the $100 deductible. Damage due to misuse, abuse or theft are not covered under the insurance contract; therefore, the student or parent/legal guardian must pay ($675 + MS Office $50) for the netbook, the cost of a broken screen is $94.95 and the cost of the power cord is $ The cost of replacing the laptop bag with the Roadrunner logo is $ Henderson County Early College High School Page 8 of 11

9 School Web Page Publishing COPY Original signed and left at HCEC The Henderson County Early College High School has a web page on the Internet which will be linked to the Henderson County Public Schools web site. There may be occasions when we would like to publish your son s or daughter s name, photograph, and/or school work on the school web page. Examples of things that may be published could include student recognitions and award, articles, poems, songs, and essays written by students, student work samples for creative problem solving, and student art work. In compliance with Henderson County Public Schools policy, we must have your permission in order to include your child s work. Please designate below whether or not you give permission: Yes, I give permission for my son s or daughter s name, photograph, and/or school work to be published on the school s web site. No, I do not give permission for my son s or daughter s name, photograph, and/or school work to be published on the school s web site. Student s Name(Printed) Parent/Guardian Signature Date Internet Use Permission Form My child and I understand and agree to abide by the guidelines of the Henderson County Public Schools Board Policies 630, 631, other policies that may apply, and the Henderson County Early College High School Technology Use Manual which define acceptable use and access to the Internet and laptop program. HCPS Policies 630 and 631 which describe the acceptable use for technology and Internet can be accessed at Student Name (Printed) Laptop # Student Signature Date A parent/legal guardian is required to sign this form for a student under the age of 18. Parent Signature Date Henderson County Early College High School Page 9 of 11

10 Hold Harmless Agreement COPY Original signed and left at HCEC In consideration of the opportunity to use the Dell Netbook for educational purposes and the TI-84+ graphing calculator for math class, I (student s name) pledge to maintain the calculator and laptop in good working order, normal wear and tear excepted, and to return the calculator and laptop and AC adaptor upon request. I understand that I may be liable for damages to the calculator and laptop, including but not limited to any intentional damage or destruction. I understand that the laptop and calculator are for authorized, educational use only and I agree to indemnify and hold harmless Henderson County Public Schools, Henderson County Early College High School, Blue Ridge Community College, their administrators and other employees for any and all claims, demands, suits, liabilities, damages, losses, and expenses arising from any unauthorized use of the technology equipment. I understand that I will be charged ($675 + MS Office $50) for the netbook, and $59.95 for the cost of the power cord, and $ for the calculator. I understand and agree that inappropriate use of the calculator or computer will result in disciplinary action. Inappropriate use or misuse of the calculator will result in the calculator being taken for the remainder of the semester. If a teacher observes me using the laptop in an inappropriate ways such as viewing social networking or non-educational sites, playing games, reading/sending s, attempting to disable filtering software, plagiarism, or using the computer in unethical ways (pages 5-6), the teacher will take the laptop and arrange a parent conference for the first offense. On the second offense, the laptop will be taken from me for the remainder of the semester. If I use technology inappropriately after the second offense, my laptop privileges will be suspended for future years at HCEC. These guidelines also apply to the privilege of using Blue Ridge Community College computers located in the classrooms and media center. I understand it will be very difficult for me to complete high school and college work without access to a computer. I also understand that Henderson County Public Schools makes no guaranties or warranties, including implied warranties, regarding the condition of the calculator or laptop beyond the guaranties and warranties extended by the manufacturers. Student Name (Printed) Laptop # Calculator # Student Signature Date Parent Signature Date Henderson County Early College High School Page 10 of 11

11 Henderson County Early College High School Consent Form I acknowledge that I have read and reviewed the terms outlined in the Henderson County Early College High School Technology Use Manual including, but not limited to I. Graphing Calculators COPY Original signed and left at HCEC II. Laptops/AC adaptor/computer Bag III. Reservation of Rights and Limits of Liability IV. Internet Access V. Copyright and Plagiarism Issues VI. Acceptable and Unacceptable Use of Technology Resources VII. Inspection of Technology Equipment VIII. Maintenance of Technology Equipment IX. Failure to Return Technology Equipment X. Damaged, Lost, or Stolen Technology Equipment HCPS Board Policies 630 and 631 found at School Web Page Publications Internet Use Permission Form Hold Harmless Agreement My child and I agree to comply with the terms stated in each section of the HCEC Technology Use Manual and pertinent HCPS school board policy. Parent Signature Date Student Signature Date Student Name (Printed) Henderson County Early College High School Page 11 of 11

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