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Lovett Lower School Laptop Infractions: 5th Grade

Listed below are some infractions that may occur when students are using laptops and the corresponding consequences. These are general guidelines to be used by teachers.
First Offense Consequence Minor Infractions: Major Infractions: Take home privileges revoked 1 day Take home privileges revoked 1 week Second Offense Consequence Take home privileges revoked 2 days Take home privileges revoked 2 weeks Third Offense Consequence Take home privileges revoked 1 week Meet with principal to determine Additional Offenses Consequence Meet with principal to determine Meet with principal to determine

Minor Infraction Examples: leaving charger at home forgetting to properly store and charge the laptop during the day using laptop on a non-stable surface eating/drinking near laptop Major Infraction Examples: leaving laptop unattended overnight carrying laptop improperly intentionally visiting an inappropriate site removing laptop from case downloading content or software (such as iTunes music files) leaving laptop at home laptop not properly strapped across body during carpool creating invisible folders

Please Note: A student who leaves his/her laptop at school may not return to request that an adult (maintenance, teacher, ASAP staff member, etc.) allow him/her to retrieve it.
Updated 7/18/13