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    INTERNET POLICY

    Electronic information services are available to students and teachers in our district. The District strongly believes in the educational value of such electronic services and recognizes their potential to support our curriculum and student learning. Our goal in providing this service is to promote educational excellence by facilitating resource sharing, innovation, and communication.

    The district will make every effort to protect students and teachers from any misuses or abuses as a result of their experiences with an information service. All users must be continuously on guard to avoid inappropriate and illegal interaction with the information service.

    Using the network is a privilege, not a right, and the privilege may be revoked at any time for unacceptable conduct. Disciplinary and/or legal action may also be taken.

    The Rules and Regulations for Acceptable Use of Electronic Resources form is provided to every student. This form must be read and signed by both parent and student. By completing and returning the form, the student is given an "Internet" marking on their I.D. card that will indicate to staff members that the student has been approved for electronic information access.

    Students not receiving their Internet permission during registration can pick up a Rules and Regulations for Acceptable Use of Electronic Resources form in the Computer Lab 750, Media Center, or Campus Supervision Office before school, after school, or during nutrition or lunch.