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Green Brook Township School District Bring Your Own Device
BYOD Pilot Program Packet
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Introduction Why Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in Green Brook Township Public Schools? The Green Brook Township Public School district believes that 21st century instruction is necessary for 21st century learning. Blending learning environments where the best pedagogical practices and most relevant and useful technological advancements in hardware and software is what GBTPS strives for. Providing students with an environment that fosters and encourages this belief is part of our core values. All members of our learning community hold the responsibility to value technology and achieve technological proficiency to prepare students for future jobs and careers, which currently may not exist. Schools must challenge students with rigorous, personalized academic experiences. They should also foster innovation and creativity, as well as embrace emerging technologies. In a 21st Century learning environment, students actively engage in a cohesively integrated curriculum, access information, and apply it in solving authentic problems. Students would become active digital leaders and citizens within the BYOD model and framework for appropriate digital consumption and production. As GBTPS move towards 21st century goals, online state Core Curriculum testing and flipped learning models, best educational practices dictate that real world learning should mimic real world experiences. Online communication is critical to the student’s learning of 21st Century skills and tools and offers authentic, empowering experience that will help students take control of their learning and education. Our students are living in a world where they have immediate access to information anytime and anywhere. Many students have personal education device's (PED’s) in their pockets that can be used to allow them to learn in their own style and at their own pace. Learning does not, and will never, start and end with the sound of a bell. Learning and engagement can happen, should happen 24/7, 365. With digital learning, every student can access high quality and rigorous instruction in every subject, thereby, maximizing their opportunity for success in school and beyond. A decade ago, this was just a dream. Today, it is reality. Benefits of BYOD Policy ● Reduces technology and technology maintenance costs ● Increases skill attainment relevant to workforce and higher education requirements ● Personalizes learning experiences ● Eliminates overhead cost for IT Departments and frees up money to be spent on professional development and infrastructure ● Not beholden to the technology life cycle ● Encourages students ’independent learning ● Promotes anytime, anywhere learning opportunities – flipped classroom model ● Allows for group collaborative and co-curricular learning practices
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Research Productivity (Word Processing, Multimedia Presentations) Student response systems (quizzes) Subject specific apps Taking notes Watching subject related videos Digital textbooks Reading novels Email QR Codes Inquiry Learning
Supporting Facts of BYOD Policy Students who may not have computers are likely to have access to internet on their phone • The Pew Internet and American Life Project’s Feb 2010 study, Social Media and Young Adults indicated that: I. 74 percent of American teens have a high-speed internet-connected computer at home, but 93 percent of American teens say they go online II. 41 percent of teens whose family income is less than $30,000 go online using their phones, with that number dropping to the 20-percent range for higher-income brackets For more information http://www.pewinternet.org/~/media//Files/Reports/2010/PIP_Social_Media_and_Youn g_Adults_Report_Final_with_toplines.pdf
What is the “D” in BYOD? Device: For the purposes of BYOD, “Device” means a privately owned wireless and/or portable electronic piece of equipment that includes laptops, netbooks, tablets/slates, iPod Touches, and other devices. These portable devices, under educator supervision, will be used for word processing, wireless Internet access, image capture/recording, sound recording, and information transmitting, receiving, storing, etc.
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Implementing a BYOD initiative will allow educators to personalize the learning experience like never before. Educators will be guided by Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy to help teach students while using technology in and out of the classroom.
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Network/Infrastructure/Security Readiness Walkthrough The implementation of a BYOD requires the support of a robust wireless infrastructure. The GBTPS Technology Department upgrades the wireless access in the summer of 2012 to help with this initiative. With the help of Ruckus Wireless, two new Zone Directors were put in place that offers an a/b/g/n wireless network. 52 wireless access points were installed in both the IEF Elementary School and the Green Brook Middle School to increase school coverage to 100%. A network evaluation will be conducted once a pilot has taken place to determine any and all necessary infrastructure changes and/or upgrades that are needed before full implementation. If any changes are to be made, it will be in the addition of wireless access points within school classrooms. Network Administration The implementation of BYOD may require minor changes in the way network administration is currently being done. There are several considerations regarding security, accessibility, cloud computing, etc. The recommendation is being made that the readiness evaluation report would include any and all network administrations changes needed to support BYOD. Security Only the internet Wi-Fi Student and Guest SSID provided by the school may be accessed while on campus. Students are required to sign onto the Wi-Fi network to ensure proper filtering, group policies, and network monitoring. Personal internet connection devices, such as but not limited to, cell phones/cell network adapters, WAN cards, are not permitted to be used to access outside internet sources at any time. Responsibility to keep the device secure rests with the individual owner who keeps it with them at all times. GBTPS is not liable for any device stolen or damaged on school property. If a device is stolen or damaged, it will be handled through the administrative office similar to other personal artifacts in similar situations. It is recommended that skins (decals) and other custom touches are used to physically identify your device from others. Additionally, protective cases for technology are encouraged. FAQ’s Parent, Student, and Educator FAQ’s See attached FAQ’s – Appendix A, Appendix B, Appendix C Parent Education Forum The Education Forum is designed to cast the vision for 21st Century Learning in the Green Brook Township School District and to educate parents on BYOD. Numerous dates are anticipated for these events to shed light on the initiative and to answer questions the general public may have.
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Policy and Procedures School Board Policy The Green Brook Township Public School district will need a new policy on BYOD. The policy should refer to a new, updated district technology Acceptable User and Use Policy (AUP). The AUP in the district will also include a Device User Agreement that is signed by both students and parents wishing to use personally owned devices on the school district network. Here is a recommended policy. Acceptable Use Policy See Appendix D Student User Agreement See Appendix E
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Implementation Guide Pilot/Revision/Implementation Proposal
Initial Stages – Step 1 Once guidelines have been set up and AUP’s adopted, initial surveying will be conducting with entire school district. The survey will indicate what devices each student has, how they use that device, and why they would want to use this device in school. Results will be tallied by the District Technology Committee and the Technology Department. Professional development for educators will be available through professional development days, summer development hours, online enrichment webinars, and mini-teacher lessons, which will all be provided by the Technology Department, in conjunction with expert educators. Online resources, blogs, wikis, and videos will also exist within the Technology Departments website. All of this will be made available in May 2013 and will be ongoing throughout the pilot in all steps/phases.
Pilot Initiative –Step 2 The Green Brook Township Public School District BYOD pilot will begin March 2014 and run until the 2014 school year (or sooner if administration deems necessary.) Grades 8 will be included in the first test group designed to work through issues in a controlled environment. Two parent forums will take place. Specific “zones” will be set up for BYOD use. These zones will follow the following color schemes:
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Green: Zones indicating general and open use of devices (Before/After school) Blue: Zones where devices are permitted for specific instructional use (Classroom use) Yellow: Zones where devices must be silent and out of sight (if possible) (hallways, bathrooms, cafeteria) Red: Zones where devices are strictly prohibited (high stakes testing areas, Admin advisement)
Pilot Review – Step 3 Reviewing the BYOD pilot program throughout the 2013-2014 pilot testing time will help the school and parents understand what is working and what changes might be necessary to improve experiences for all parties. Pilot program teachers, students, and parents will be asked to complete survey at the start and end of the pilots, with periodic surveying done throughout the pilot. The District Technology Committee will help shift through survey data to explore changes needed to be made to continue the pilot. BYOD Review and Renewal – Step 4 The Board of Education will levy a decision to expand the pilot to full implementation or to exit the pilot and not continue the BYOD initiative during the summer of 2014.
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BYOD Technology Guidelines While using the Danielson Model to observe and evaluate teacher effectiveness in the classroom, the LoTi H.E.A.T. Framework will also be used to evaluate use of BYOD technology within pilot groups. H.E.A.T. Framework – taken from loticonnection.com ● ● ● ● Higher order thinking, Engaged learning, Authentic connections, and Technology use.
PDF: H.E.A.T. Framework PDF: H.E.A.T. Lesson Plan Scoring Guide The H.E.A.T. Framework measures the integration of these four factors in classroom instruction. ● Higher-Order Thinking Look-Fors ○ Students taking notes only; no questions asked ○ Student learning/questioning at Remembering level ○ Student learning/questioning at Understanding level ○ Student learning/questioning at Applying level ○ Student learning/questioning at Analyzing level ○ Student learning/questioning at Evaluating/Creating levels Engaged Learning Look-Fors ○ Students report what they have learned only ○ Students report what they have learned only; collaborate with others ○ Students given options to solve a teacher-directed problem ○ Students given options to solve a teacher-directed problem; collaborate with others ○ Students collaborate to define the task, the process, and/or the solution ○ Students collaborate to define the task, the process, and/or the solution; collaboration extends beyond the classroom ○ Authentic Connections Look-Fors ○ The learning experience is missing or too vague to determine relevance ○ The learning experience provides no real world application, or represents a group of connected activities ○ The learning experience provides limited real world relevance ○ The learning experience provides extensive real world relevance ○ The learning experience provides real world relevance and opportunity for students to apply their learning to a real world situation ○ The learning experience is directly relevant to students and involves creating a product that has a purpose beyond the classroom that directly impacts the students Technology Use Look-Fors ○ No technology use is evident ○ Technology is used only by the teacher
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Student technology use appears to be an add-on and is not needed for task completion Student technology use is somewhat connected to task completion Student technology use is directly connected to task completion with shared or limited resources Student technology use is directly connected to task completion with one-to-one or unlimited resources
Green Brook Township Public School BYOD FAQ’s – Parents What if my student’s device is stolen or damaged? What recourse can I take? Students bring electronic devices to school at their own risk, as they do in the current environment. They are regarded like any other personal item. The district will not be held responsible if an electronic device or other item is lost, stolen, or misplaced. Some devices have a device locator; it is recommended that you enable this feature if possible. Is it required that my child use School wireless? Can they use their own 3G or 4G service or cellular plans? Students with a personally owned device need to use the students or guest wireless network. Also, as an added benefit of being able to monitor student activity on the Wi-Fi network, student cellular data will not be used. In addition, content accessed over 3G and 4g networks are unfiltered. My child is bringing a device to school for instructional purposes. Will they have access to things they normally do with district equipment? Your child will have access to any of the web-based software the district currently uses (databases, library search tools, etc.) Software may be run differently on different devices for varying reasons. As a parent, am I required to add additional software (virus protection, filter, tracking device, etc.) to my child’s device? Virus protection for laptop and netbook PC’s is required. Device location software is not required but is recommended. While on the Student or Guest SSID Wi-Fi network, student activity is filtered as it normally is. I do not have adequate funds to purchase the latest up-to-date device for my student. Should I still send them to school with a device? The BYOD initiative does not require that your student have a device. If you have an old, or outdated device that still connects to a Wi-Fi network and meets the requirements, a student can still bring them to school. The students are not required to bring a device if they do not want to. My child does not have a device. Students who do not have a device but want to use one in a BYOD initiative can loan district owned device out from a school media center. That student is responsible for bringing the device back in the form it was received in on a daily basis. How will my student’s device be used in the classroom? Schools must challenge students with rigorous, personalized academic learning experiences that foster innovation and creativity. Students will engaged in a cohesively, integrated curriculum, access information, and apply it to solve authentic problems in a collaborative manner.
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Green Brook Township Public School BYOD FAQ’s – Students
I do not have my own electronic communication device to bring to school. Will I penalized or miss out on instruction? No! It is not mandatory for students to bring a device, even if they do own one. When electronic devices are used to enhance learning in the classroom, students without a device will be provided access to appropriate district owned digital devices. Keep in mind that learning can be enhanced greatly for the entire class even if only a handful of students have a device. I have turned in my signed copy of the GBTPS Acceptable Use Policy. Can I start bring my device to school? Students who are in the pilot classes must also sign an additional pilot agreement. Pilot classroom teachers and students can bring personal devices approved for school use to school after submitting both agreements. I have my device with me in class. How do I get to the internet? Most devices will detect a wireless connection when you are near one. Most of the time, devices will ask you if you would like to join a network when prompted. Choose the Students network and enter your network username and password to join. If you choose the guest network, please enter in “guest” as the username and “welcome” as the password. My device is not prompting me to choose a wireless network. Is there another way to connect? In the settings menu of your device, there is usually an icon for a network. Go to this icon and choose either Student or Guest wireless networks. I can’t get my device to connect to the network! Can I get some help from someone? Sure! Your classmates that have similar devices will be able to assist you as your first line of help. Other resources may be available to help you connect to the wireless networks in your school; it is recommended that you consult the Technology Department website for guides. It is not the responsibility of your teacher or other staff to troubleshoot individual devices during the school day. I need to save my work in my network folder. Why can’t I access this resource? You are on the Student or Guest wireless network. It is not the same as the network you would normally access from a school computer. You will not see a network folder if you are using a PC laptop or netbook. You will need to save your work in another place, such as a flash drive, hard drive, cloud service (E-Backpack, Google Drive), or a course management system. I need to print the assignment I just completed, why is there no printer when I try this? Like network folders, printers are networked differently in the school and will not be available when you log in to the guest network. Some network solutions including saving it to a cloud service, such as Google Drive, Dropbox, or E-Backpack, or putting it on a flash drive. Keep in mind that using school printers in the classroom or other learning spaces is at the discretion of the teacher or other school administrator and going green should be a priority when decided whether to print or not. My device was stolen when I brought it to school. Who should I contact about this? Bringing your own device to school can be useful, however some risks are involved as well. It is always a good idea to record the device’s serial number to have in case of theft. The Green Brook Township Public School District is not responsible for theft of a device, nor are they responsible for any damage done to the device while at school. Any time a theft occurs, you should contact a school administrator to make them aware of the offense. Why am I filtered on my own computer or device? Shouldn’t I be able to see what I want to on my own device? Internet filtering is a requirement of all public schools. The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) requires all
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network access to be filtered regardless of the device you use to access it while in a public school. You own your device, but the network you are using belongs to the school and Internet access will be filtered. Am I still held accountable to the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) I signed at the beginning of the school year even though this is my own personal device? Yes. The Acceptable Use Policy for GBTPS remains in effect when you are using your own device. Violating the terms of the AUP would be a student code of conduct violation and rights and privileges will be revoked. Am I able to connect my personal device to an open network port and gain access to the internet? No, the wired network is for district computer only. Can I charge my device in a classroom or in school? Charging the device should happen at home. It is the responsibility of the student and any charging of personal devices is prohibited at school. Special permission to charge devices will be made by the building administration and tech department. Does the district guarantee access to district provided internet access on personal devices? Access to the districts network or internet connection is not guaranteed. There may be periods of times when the district’s internet connection is not accessible. There may be certain devices that are unable to access the district’s network at any time. Can I use my 3G or 4G cellular data connection instead of Wi-Fi? No. You must connect to the district’s Wi-Fi to ensure proper filtering. Any device not on the network and caught using personal networks will be subject to the consequences in the Acceptable Use Policy agreement. Can I use my personal technology device to record student or teachers conversation, instruction, or likeness during class or outside of class? The recording of instruction or conversation during class is at the discretion of the teacher. The person who is being recorded must be made aware of the fact that he or she is being recorded and express permission to be recorded. Any picture or video capturing outside of classroom instruction is strictly prohibited and subject to the consequences in the Acceptable Use Policy agreement.
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Green Brook Township Public School BYOD FAQ’s – Staff
My classroom is not conducive to student owned technology. Am I required to allow my students to access their technology tools in the classroom? We encourage teachers to leverage student owned technology tools in their classroom with sound pedagogical judgments for learning. The design of the lesson should be used to determine the best use of student provided technology and the rules that apply. How do I get my students to put away their devices if I don’t want to use them during a lesson? Use the term “devices down” or “devices away.” All students must comply or face disciplinary action. Some of my students cannot access the network on their devices. I don’t have time in a class period to help them with this. Should I put in a technology work order request or call/email the technology department? No. Students who cannot access the GBTPS student or guest network or who may have technical issues with their technology tool need to take care of that issue by working with their user’s manual that came with the device out of the classroom.. You may direct the students to the Technology Department website for additional help which will house how to’s and documents. You are welcome to help if you choose, but it is not a staff member’s responsibility to ensure that student owned technology is functioning properly. I have students who are using their cellular data plan and not the district Wi-Fi. Is this allowable? Students are to join the district wireless network. Any student found not on the network is in violation on the Acceptable Use Policy and is subject to the consequences in the agreement. One of my students was using their device to bully another student in the district. How do I handle this? Any disciplinary infraction that occurs from using technology tools should be referred to a building administrator, as well as the HIB coordinator. This would be a student code of conduct issue. Will students have access to any common software packages via the student network access? No locally installed software packages will be available. We will continue to evaluate the pilot and the needs for the future and make changes based on district recommendations. Students will have access to their Google Apps accounts, as well as any other accounts set up for them via a web-based or cloud-based program or service that we currently use. What shall I do if one of my student’s devices is damaged or stolen? Any theft issues should be handled as you normally would handle them in your building. GBTPS is not responsible for any damage or theft of student owned technology tools. It would be a good to remind students to keep a record to the device’s serial number just in case theft occurs, as well as marking or putting decal on the device to help identify it. I don’t know how to integrate BYOD technology into my classroom. What should I do? There will be professional development for those teachers in the pilot groups, as well as for any other teacher who wants to have access to it. Summer development and online webinars, handling by the Technology Department, will also be available. Mini-lessons and faculty meeting professional development will be handled by expert 21st century teachers and PLC group time should focus on 21st century tools and teaching strategies. An online database of information can be found on the Technology Department’s website as well.
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Green Brook Township Public School Acceptable Use Policy
Technological resources and personally owned devices, including iPads, at Green Brook Township Public School District are used for supporting the educational experience and mission of the school. Green Brook Township Public School District’s goal is to promote educational excellence by facilitating creative thinking, resource sharing, scholarship, research and communication. Use of these technologies is a privilege that carries responsibilities and behavioral expectations consistent with all school rules and policies, including but not limited to those stated in the Student Handbook. As information on the Internet appears, disappears and changes, it is not possible to predict or control what students may locate or use. They may encounter information that is inaccurate, controversial or inappropriate. To ensure that students will benefit from their personally owned devices, and the schools computer/Internet resources, all users are expected to adhere to the following guidelines.
Acceptable Use ● Members of the Green Brook Township Public School District will use personally owned devices, along with all other electronic communication and computing devices, in a responsible, ethical and legal manner at all times. ● Computer labs and GBTPS owned equipment must be used for school-related purposes only. ● Common sense and good judgment is expected to be used at all times. ● The Green Brook Township Public School District network may not be accessed without authorization. ● Users must only log on using their assigned user account. ● Students will not share their usernames, passwords, addresses or other personal information on the Internet without the authorization of a parent or Green Brook Township Public School District representative. Users must never post personal contact information about themselves or other people. Personal information includes reference to age, names, as well as individual/school/parent/parent workplace address and telephone number. ● Any viewing, sharing or transmission of material containing inappropriate content, offensive language, derogatory rumors/gossip or other content not in keeping with Green Brook Township Public School Districts mission or philosophy is strictly prohibited. In addition, device use, whether or not utilizing the Green Brook Township Public School District network, which could pose a risk of property loss or physical or mental harm to anyone is prohibited. ● Before using their iPads, Green Brook Township Public School District strongly encourages students to consider whether others may regard their electronic communications and other iPad uses as offensive, harmful or otherwise inappropriate. ● Respect for and proper care of computer equipment is expected to be shown at all times. Food and drink are not permitted near computers. ● Students are solely responsible for the care and safekeeping of their devices. Any loss or damage to student owned devices is the financial responsibility of the student. Students must immediately report damage or loss, including theft, to Green Brook Township Public School District. ● Users must not engage in deliberate attempts to damage or disconnect computer equipment or peripherals alter hardware or software components, change computer setups, develop or activate viruses, install unauthorized software or change settings. ● In order to maintain the safety and security of the Green Brook Township Public School District, personal device activity, including communications, Internet history and other uses may be subject to monitoring by Green Brook Township Public School District. With respect to students' privacy, such monitoring would only occur if reasonable suspicion of inappropriate activity or probable cause of policy violation is present. ● All files created, sent, received and stored on GBTPS owned equipment are the property of Green Brook Township Public School District.
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The network administrator has the right to view and/or delete user files contained on the GBTPS network. Users must never modify or destroy data to which they are not authorized. Certain Internet materials may not be copied or reproduced without the permission of the author or other right-holder. It is the student’s responsibility to respect and adhere to all copyright, trademark and other intellectual rights and trade secrets laws. Only authorized, licensed Green Brook Township Public School District -installed software can be used on Green Brook Township Public School District owned technology. Users must not install software of any kind (legally licensed or otherwise) without the expressed permission of the Green Brook Township Public School District IT Department. There is limited bandwidth and space for saving files on the GBTPS network and users must respect these resource limits. Users shall obey all privacy laws at all times. Posting and/or distributing photographs or audio/video recordings taken of any persons is strictly prohibited without their expressed consent. Green Brook Township Public School District cannot guarantee the privacy, security or potential harm or damage caused by any Internet activity. Users should conduct all Internet activity with the understanding that any data, documents and computer activities could become publicly available. Users must never engage in Internet activity, which, if it became publicly available, would embarrass or cause negative publicity to Green Brook Township Public School District, its staff, faculty, students or other school-related parties. We encourage parents to take an active role in monitoring their child's use of social networking sites such as FaceBook, Instagram, Twitter, and others. Green Brook Township Public School District will also take appropriate measures to maintain a respectful and responsible climate with regard to these sites. Green Brook Township Public School District is not responsible for any damage suffered by a user. This includes, but is not limited to personal financial obligations, loss of data resulting from delays, non-deliveries, inadvertent exposure to inappropriate material, service interruptions or civil or criminal liability. This agreement will extend for the period a student is in attendance at Green Brook Township Public School District. All student users require the consent of their parent, legal guardian or sponsor before they can be issued accounts and access to computers.
Consequences for Misuse The use of technology is a privilege. The personal device/computer/internet Acceptable Use Policy must be followed. Any user violating this policy is subject to loss of computer privileges, possible disciplinary action by the school up to and including expulsion, and legal action (civil and criminal) including reimbursement for any financial losses. Technology use is also subject to regular discipline procedures, as outlined in the Green Brook Township Public School District Student Handbook.
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Green Brook Township Public School District Student User Agreement
Purpose Education and learning does not start and stop with the sound of a bell. In today’s 21st century world, access to education and information is more apparent than ever before. These resources are available 24/7 for students and outside school, students are free to explore interests, hobbies and learning experiences at their own pace with their own devices. The opportunities are there for the taking. In an effort to allow students this type of learning in all environments and an opportunity to engage and empower their own learning experience, the Green Brook Township School District will allow students to use personally owned devices. Students wishing to participate must follow the responsibilities stated in the Acceptable Use Policy as well as the following guidelines.
Device Types For the purpose of the BYOD program, the word “device” means a privately owned wireless and/or portable electronic device that includes laptops, netbooks, tablets/slates, iPod Touches, and smart phones (not on 3G or 4G cellular service, data plans).
Guidelines 1. Any student who wishes to use a personally owned electronic device within the Green Brook Township Public School District must read Acceptable Use Policy and sign this agreement.
2. The student takes full responsibility for his or her device and keeps it with himself or herself at all times.
The school is not responsible for the security of the device.
3. The student is responsible for the proper care of their device, including any costs of repair, replacement,
or any modifications needed to use the device in school. The devices serial and MAC address will be given to the district.
4. The school reserves the right to inspect a student’s personal device if there is reason to believe that the
student has violated Board policies, administrative procedures, school rules or had engaged in other misconduct unbecoming while using their personal device.
5. Violations of any Board policies, administrative procedures or school rules involving a student’s
personally owned device may result in the loss of use of the device in school and/or disciplinary action.
6. The student will follow the color coded use Zones of the school. Under teacher/staff direction or
supervision, the students will shut down or close the device when prompted.
7. Personal devices shall be charged prior to bringing it to school and shall be capable of running off its
own battery while at school.
8. The student may not use the device to record, transmit, or post photos or videos of a person or
persons on campus. Nor can any images or video recorded at school be transmitted or posted at any time without the express permission of the teacher and the person being recorded.
9. The student should only use their device to access relevant files, songs, videos, and applications. 10. The student will use the Student or Guest network. Use of 3g and 4G wireless cellular connections is not
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As a student, I understand and will abide by the above policy and guidelines. I further understand that any violation or the above may result in the loss of my network and/or device privileges as well as other school or police disciplinary action. As a parent, I understand that my child will be responsible for abiding by the above policy and guidelines. I have read and discussed them with him/her and they understand the responsibilities they have in the use of their personal device.
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