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Student Handbook 2016-2017

Student Internet Safety 1. Students under the age of eighteen should only access School accounts outside of school if a parent or legal guardian supervises their usage at all times. The student’s parent or guardian is responsible for monitoring the minor’s use; 42 2. Students shall not reveal on the Internet personal information about themselves or other persons. For example, students should not reveal their name, home address, telephone number, or display photographs of themselves or others; 3. Students shall not meet in person anyone they have met only on the Internet; and 4. Students must abide by all laws, this Acceptable Use Policy and all School security policies. Penalties for Improper Use The use of the School Network as well as use of a School owned device is a privilege, not a right, and misuse will result in the restriction or cancellation of said privilege. Misuse may also lead to disciplinary and/or legal action for both students and employees, including suspension, expulsion, dismissal from School employment, or criminal prosecution by government authorities. The School will tailor any disciplinary action to the specific issues related to each violation. (Parental Notice, Consent, and Access to Data Collected (Cloud Computing: Optional Provision) Disclaimer The School makes no guarantees about the quality of the services provided and is not responsible for any claims, losses, damages, costs, or other obligations arising from use of the network or accounts. Any additional charges a user accrues due to the use of the School’s network are to be borne by the user. The School also denies any responsibility for the accuracy or quality of the information obtained through user access. Any statement, accessible on the computer network or the Internet, is understood to be the author's individual point of view and not that of the School, its affiliates, or employees. Page 4 of 5


Student Handbook 2016-2017
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