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1 Parker School s ipad Reference Manual Introduction Contents Acceptable Use Policy Overview Parker School s Network Guidelines Introduction User Requirements ipad and ipad Accessory Requirements How to Set up Your ipad for School Use General Set-Up of your ipad Parker School-Specific Requirements Parental Controls Recommendations ipad Care ipad Malfunction Textbooks / Applications / Online Class Materials Class Schedule Purchasing and Downloading Required Class Materials Questions / Help Technology Check What is Parker School s Tech Check How To Schedule Your Tech Check Requirements Prior to Meeting Tech Check List Help Options and Online Resources Have Questions? how to get help Links to online ipad & Class Requirements Documents

2 Parker School s ipad Reference Manual Welcome to Parker School s school year. Please refer to this reference manual when setting up your ipad for Parker School use. Please feel free to contact Parker School if you have any questions now or in the future we are here to assist you as you complete the requirements for the new school year. Please note: Links will be referenced throughout this manual. Live links can be accessed within this document on our website. Acceptable Use of Technology Policy Summary The intent of Parker School s Acceptable Use Policy is to ensure that technology is used in the service of learning, enhancing the educational experience of our students. Please take a moment to read the full version of this policy at the end of this manual or in the Parker School Student Handbook which can be found on the school website. Parker School s Network Guidelines School s technology team designed a robust digital network infrastructure that will support our 1:1 ipad program and the many needs of its faculty, staff and students. A robust network is one that supports its users, maintains connectivity and optimal speed. The successful maintenance of our network requires all users to work together and to use the network responsibly. Below are Parker School s user requirements for the network: All digital devices must be registered with a technology team member prior to use at school o See tech check below for more details Parker School s network is to be used for school and educational purposes only o Users must refrain from downloading digital content during school hours unless expressly permitted by school faculty, staff or administration. o Required updates must be downloaded after school hours or via off-campus networks. Users may not stream digital content (including online music & videos) unless expressly permitted by school faculty, staff or administration ipad and ipad Accessory Requirements As of the school year, students will need to bring an ipad2 or later model to school. The ipad mini is not an acceptable device for Parker School students. The ipad may be purchased directly from Apple or a retail outlet. Occasionally, Apple will offer gift card incentives when you purchase through apple.com. Required accessories: o Protective case o Ear buds Recommended Accessories and Options o Keyboard o Stylus o Apple Care for the ipad.

3 How to Set up Your ipad for School Use General Setup and Care of your ipad Students can refer to Apple s ipad users manual for general ipad setup instructions. Please click this link and select the ipad manual specific to your device. ipad Care Follow Apple ipad user manual care and maintenance recommendations. ipads must be kept in a durable case or cover Regularly remove dirt and oils with a damp paper towel wipe with clean dry cloth When not in use, ipads must be kept in locked locker. Follow battery maintenance recommendations in Apple ipad User Manual. Do not leave your ipad in a hot car or where the device may be exposed to moisture. Shut down the ipad when not in use for extended periods of time Parker School-Specific Requirements While Parker School recognizes that the ipad is the personal property of the individual student and family, it is a device required for attendance at Parker School. Settings: Turn off notifications for all non-school related apps. Notifications are used to inform users of new app information (i.e. updated needed, etc.) even if the app is not running. Turning off notifications for non-school related apps will help save battery life and limit disruptions. o Maintain notifications for all school required apps and Go to your ipad settings - Select Notifications - Scroll down and touch all non-school related apps to modify and turn off notification setting Create a Pass code Lock (do not share your code with other students) o Go to the apple ipad users manual for instructions on how to set a pass code lock o Be sure to note your passcode information and keep it in a safe place OR share the code with your parents. The only way to get into your ipad if you forget your passcode is to reset it. This will require you to download all of your texts and applications once it has been reset. As this can be a timeconsuming process, it is not recommended that you change your passcode during school hours. Create Apple ID and icloud account specifically for school-related materials. Students should have their own Apple IDs and should not use a parent, sibling or friend s ID. You already have an Apple ID if you have purchased music from itunes or an app from the App Store. If you do not have an Apple ID, please click this link to set up an account.

4 Student Responsibilities for Success & Safety Students will work with the faculty and staff to ensure their success and safety while at Parker School. As such, students agree to: Use their ipads only for educational purposes Bring their fully charged ipads, charging brick and cord to school each day. Understand and follow the ipad guidelines as set forth in this document and the Acceptable Use Policy, which can be found at the end of this document. Follow classroom policies and procedures for ipad use. Not share their ipads with fellow students. Store their ipads in a locked locker when not in use. Parental Controls Recommendation Parents may choose to setup content access, purchasing and downloading restrictions on their child s ipad. More information on how to setup parental controls can be found in the Apple ipad users manual. Recommended restrictions o itunes o Installing Apps o Deleting Apps o In-App Purchases o Game Center Other recommendations o Location Services this service will use available wi-fi connectivity to announce the user s location. Allowing location services for the Find my ipad app is necessary if using this app as part of your ipad security plan. ipad Malfunction If your ipad malfunctions or your applications and textbooks are not working properly a "hard power down" may resolve the issue. To do this, depress the home button and the power button at the same time until the screen goes dark and the apple appears. Release and wait for the ipad to restart. o If this does not resolve your issues while you are at school, please contact Mrs. Note-Gressard or Mr. Dela Rosa. If you experience issues outside of school you can call Apple support at or go online to apple support noted at the bottom of this document. Textbooks / Applications / Online Class Materials Class Requirements Class Schedule Prior to ordering your textbooks and apps please ensure that you have the correct schedule. Information regarding the course schedules is communicated to all students/families via summer mailings (June & July) as well as in-

5 person scheduling sessions. If you did not receive your class schedule or if you wish to make adjustments to your schedule, contact the school at Please note: Do not buy textbooks or apps for a class you are not scheduled to attend. The school will not reimburse for textbooks or apps purchased in error. Purchasing/Downloading and Ordering Your Required Class Materials Once you verify your schedule you may complete the steps needed to purchase and download your required class materials. You may go online to parkerschoolhawaii.org to the For Current Parents Parents tab or to your parent portal to access all needed documents to begin this process. Questions / Help You may questions to or contact the school at for assistance. Technology Check (Tech Check) Tech Check Requirement What is Parker School s Tech Check It is the goal of the Parker School to do everything possible to assist our families and students in meeting the ipad requirements prior to the first day of school. All new and upcoming 6 th grade students will be required to schedule an appointment with a technology team member to complete Parker School s ipad registration process, obtain a Parker School student account, verify all class requirements are downloaded and to assist students and families. Please follow the steps below to complete this final requirement by the August 16 th due date. Tech Check Preparations Complete the following prior to setting up tech check appointment o Setup your ipad as per the Apple ipad users manual recommendations o Complete Parker School s specific settings requirements o Create Apple ID and icloud accounts o Purchase and download all class requirements o Become familiar with the ipad - play with the apps and access textbooks. How To Schedule Your Tech Check o Please call ext 7101 to schedule your 20 minute appointment Appointments will be available from June 17 through August 6. o Tech Check List the following items will be completed during the tech check appointment Parker School s ipad network registration Installation of a secure profile which will allow wireless access to the Parker School network Set-up of Parker School student account Verification that class requirements are downloaded and accessible Review Rediker, the new student information management system Review Acceptable Use Policy Respond to any student/parent questions or concerns Tech Check Requirements must be completed by Thursday August 6, 2015

6 Help Options Technical Questions o Refer to the Apple ipad users manual o someone will contact you back within 24 hours o Contact the school at We are happy to help via a phone conversation or by scheduling an appointment o Google it You will be amazed with the answers you can find online just by googling your question Class Schedule / Textbook or App Questions (non-technical) o Prior to calling, please read all instructions and important notes when purchasing and downloading your class required materials o Contact the school at or We are happy to answer any questions you may have via a phone conversation or by scheduling an appointment. Online Resources Parker School Website Links for ipad users manuals and class requirements Apple Support - Manuals, videos, instructions and user discussion boards ipad Essentials - Setting up your home and mobile devices ipad Troubleshooting - icloud & itunes Support for icloud & itunes account

7 Acceptable Use Policy The intent of Parker School s Acceptable Use Policy is to ensure that technology is used in the service of learning, enhancing the educational experience of our students. Acceptable uses of the technology at Parker School are activities which support teaching and learning. Users are expected to communicate with the same appropriate and courteous conduct online as they would offline or face-to-face, reflecting our core values of excellence, integrity and compassion. They are also encouraged to use technology resources solely for purposes which meet their individual educational needs. Any use of technology that is not in support of educational purposes should be done outside of school hours and without school resources. Violation of the acceptable use policy will result in disciplinary action commensurate to the level of the violation. Parker School has a no-gaming policy during school hours, from 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Technology includes but is not limited to the school s network, ipads and other tablets, laptops, desktop computers, music listening devices, cell phones and smart-phones. Unacceptable uses of the network and devices are things which violate the school community and our culture of respect, empathy and unity. Students are expected to show leadership and will be held accountable for unacceptable uses of computers and the network including, but not limited to: Accessing Internet resources or visiting websites deemed inappropriate by the staff and administrators of Parker School. Inappropriate content in , messages, documents or online postings. Using profanity, obscenity, or other language which may be offensive to another user. Using the network for financial gain or for intentionally spreading computer viruses. Downloading, storing, or printing graphics, videos, files or messages that are profane, obscene, or that use language that offends or tends to degrade others. Taking and/or publishing digital images, audio or videos of other students or employees without their permission. Taking and/or publishing digital images, audio or videos that are inappropriate, embarrassing or harassing to other students or employees. Intentionally bypassing the Internet filters. Violating the privacy rights of students and employees of Parker School. Spamming, sending mass or inappropriate s. Gaining access to other students accounts, files, and/or data. Participation in credit card fraud, electronic forgery or other forms of illegal behavior. Vandalism (any malicious attempt to harm or destroy hardware, software or data, including, but not limited to, the uploading or creation of computer viruses or computer programs that can infiltrate computer systems and/or damage software components). Transmission of or accessing materials that are obscene, offensive, threatening or otherwise intended to harass or demean recipients. Gaining unauthorized access to computer systems or files. Copying print, software, music or video for use in violation of copyright law. Attempting to hack into any computer or other device on the school network, or using monitoring software, or keystroke loggers.

8 In any manner tampering with technology devices belonging to Parker School or other students. Using the Internet to harass or bully fellow Parker students, whether on-campus or off. This includes spreading messages that are hurtful, harassing, sexist, racist or homophobic, via any electronic forum, including but not limited to social networking sites such as Facebook, Formspring, IM, , blogs, personal websites and video sharing sites such as YouTube. Cyber-bullying is both against Parker School rules and illegal. If you engage in bullying, you will find yourself subject to punishment at Parker School and possibly prosecution by the police. Theft. Students are expected to treat their devices in a responsible manner. They should carry their ipads with them at all or times or keep them in their lockers. Outside of Parker, students must protect their belongings and be aware of their surroundings. All devices are subject to routine monitoring by teachers and administrators. Parker School technology staff will periodically monitor wireless activity in order to maintain the integrity and security of our network and wireless system. In addition, Parker School reserves the right to confiscate and search all student devices to ensure compliance with the AUP and the Discipline Standards given reasonable suspicion.

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