Students and staff are free to use network resources to support learning. Usage for other endeavors is not part of the acceptable use policy. Usage limitations are broken into three main areas.
Protecting Access and Identity
Students and staff should work to maintain privacy by not disclosing personal information such as passwords or other personally identifiable information that could lead to identity theft.
Refraining from Participating in Inappropriate Activities
Students and staff should refrain from accessing network resources to which they have not been given access. Hacking into computer systems is a crime. Accessing records that are not a necessary part of the role for a student or teacher is grounds for serious disciplinary action.
Refraining from Abuse or Harassment
Students and staff should not participate in abuse or harassment of another through the use of school technology resources, during the school day, or in any way that causes a disruption to the educational process. Any activity that degrades another or disparages the school in any way may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination, suspension, and recommendation for exclusion.