Technology Use Agreement For Students

At one level, ShareNet is an example of a very successful district-level initiative to create a regional telecommunications network. The network includes 54 school districts in two states, 462 schools with more than 250,000 students and 18,000 teachers. c. Personal technology resources may only be available after permission from a district staff member; Unauthorized use may discipline the student, including and until expulsion. Despite the impressive scale of school and district involvement, if we take a closer look at the impact of the network on students and teachers, the picture is much less bright, as the type of access to the network is very limited in most ShareNet schools. I, PARENT OR GUARDIAN (If the applicant is under the age of 18, most parents or legal guardians also read this agreement.) (5) Students use district technology and human resources resources in accordance with Administrative Directive 6163.4 and Administrative Regulation 6163.4. Failure to comply with this policy can lead to discipline, including and up to expulsion. (4) Students must use district technology and the internet in a safe, responsible and appropriate manner. SPONSORSHIP TEACHER. I have read the terms and conditions of THSNet and I agree to promote this agreement with the student. Since the student can use the network for individual work or in another class, I cannot be held responsible for the use of the network. As a support teacher, I agree to inform the student of an acceptable use of the network and the correct network label.

one. If the personal technology resource authorized for use is a computer, the student must have a sector adapter for the computer and a carrier bag (the backpack is allowed). If you do not read and complete this form, this may result in restrictions in the use of the technology. 3. Students are responsible for all assigned work, even if the technology resource they use is repaired. The borough makes available the necessary funds for the transfer. 1. The use of technology and the Internet by students on the district site or at a school-sponsored event is a privilege that can be removed at any time. 2. All personal technology resources (which include, as an illustration and not a limitation, mobile phones and computers) will be deactivated, unless their use is authorized by a district staff member.