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  • Technology Acceptable Use Policy Copeland Middle School
  • “ The network is provided for students to conduct research and communicate with others via file sharing.”
    • All computers at Copeland are for educational use only.
  • “ Student use of chat rooms and access to e-mail is strictly prohibited.”
    • At school, you may never “check your email” or engage in online chat
  • “ Access to network services is given to students who agree to act in a considerate and responsible manner.”
    • Access is a privilege – not a right.
    • Access entails responsibility.
  • The following are not permitted…
    • Using the network or Internet for other than educational purposes.     
    • Sending or displaying offensive messages or pictures.     
    • Using obscene language.    
    • Harassing, insulting or attacking others.
    • Damaging computers, computer systems or computer networks.
    • Installing or attempting to install software.
  • The following are not permitted…
    • Changing or attempting to change network configurations.
    • Altering the appearance of the computer desktop in any way.
    • Changing the district’s default home page in Internet Explorer.
    • Violating copyright laws.
    • Using another’s password.
    • Using disks from home unless a staff member has checked them before using them in a school computer.
  • The following are not permitted…
    • Trespassing in another’s folders, work or files.
    • Intentionally wasting limited resources.
    • Employing the network for commercial purposes.
    • Personal e-mail may not be accessed at any time on school computers.
    • Using webcam technology for other than educational purposes that support the curriculum.
    • Using mobile communication  devices without administrative approval.
  • The following are not permitted…
    • Posting inappropriate digital images, video or comments that may disrupt the educational process or intimidate, harass or bully another student in any way.
    • Viewing or  participating in  social  networking  sites  that may disrupt  the  educational process  or  cause  harm in any way  to another student.
    • Deleting another student’s files from the PC or the network server without teacher permission.
  • You and Your Parents Have Agreed To This Policy
    • Any misuse of the school’s technology will result in disciplinary action and possible loss of privileges.