for Board of Education Policy 3518“Use of Communication Technologies by Students”
Use of technology is an important aspect of the education experience of BlueValley students. C
afford new and exciting learningopportunities for the student. With those new opportunities also come new challengesregarding acceptable and responsible use. These administrative guidelines define therights and responsibilities of both the student and of the district relative to acceptableuse of
.Student use of
(whether or not owned or operatedby the school district) on school grounds or at school activities is a privilege for theeducational benefit of the student. Failure to adhere to these guidelines may result indisciplinary action including, but not limited to, temporary or permanent loss of use.
For the purposes of these guidelines, communication
include theInternet, World Wide Web (WWW), on-line services, e-mail, other internet-relatedservices, school and school district computer networks, and other applicable services ortechnologies either now in use or implemented in the future.
include technologies (whether or not owned by the school district) in useon school grounds or at school activities.Intended Use of
are for the educational benefit of students. Studentuse of communications technology services and equipment for purposes other thaneducational without administrative approval may be restricted.
Blue Valley School District Rights and Responsibilities
The district, as an education provider, has the responsibility to (a) help studentsto develop information skills necessary for successful educational use of
, (b) develop student skills necessary for the appropriate and responsibleuse of
, and (c) integrate the use of
with approved curricula and activities. When unacceptable use of
on the part of the student does occur, the district will takeappropriate disciplinary action and will notify parents\guardians and other officials aswarranted.BLUE VALLEY U.S.D. #229 ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDELINES1