THE STUDENT

 

IT IS THE STUDENT'S RESPONSIBILITY TO:

With respect to the Internet:

 

  1. submit to the school principal a Agreement Form (Appendix 2 of the Information and Communication Technologies Access and Acceptable Use Policy signed by the parent/guardian, indicating his/her agreement with the terms of provision of student access to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT);
  2. use school-provided equipment and Internet services only with the permission and supervision of authorized school personnel;
  3. properly cite information obtained from published web pages (Netcitation);
  4. refrain from creating, accessing, storing, sending, distributing or printing any material which is generally considered to be unlawful, obscene, pornographic, erotic, sexually explicit, racist, abusive, discriminatory, hate-motivated, harassing, threatening, demeaning or otherwise objectionable in imagery or language (Netiquette);
  5. never publish the names or pictures of himself/herself or others on the Internet without the prior permission of the teacher and the parent/guardian (Consent Form, Appendix 3);
  6. never publish personal information about himself/herself or others, such as addresses, telephone numbers, parents' names and home or work addresses/telephone numbers on the Internet;
  7. immediately report, to the supervising school authority, any information, message or web site that is inappropriate or makes him/her feel uncomfortable;
  8. never meet or speak with anyone he/she encounters online without the prior permission of the parent/guardian/teacher;
  9. never use school-provided Internet services for illegal purposes or for non-approved commercial purposes;
  10. never fill out or submit on-line forms without prior permission of the parent/guardian/teacher.

 

With respect to student files and equipment:

  1. submit to the school principal a Agreement Form (Appendix 2 of the Information and Communication Technologies Access and Acceptable Use Policy signed by the parent/guardian, indicating his/her agreement with the terms of provision of student access to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT);
  2. backup his/her personal electronic files;
  3. copy only material for which permission has been granted;
  4. never attempt to access private or personal materials, information, or files of others without their prior authorization;
  5. never vandalize, damage, or disable the work of another individual or organization;
  6. never access, manipulate, alter or attempt to damage, disable or destroy technology or computer files;
  7. obtain permission from the supervising teacher before printing multiple copies;
  8. obtain permission from the supervising teacher before using peripherals.