Business, Technology and Career Education Department
Student Contract * AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) * Ms. Brown B315
DISTRICT INTERNET ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY (SHB P.7-8)
The purpose of these guidelines regarding network access, email and Internet usage is to make certain that all who use these resources, both students and faculty, do so in an appropriate manner. The use of the network is a privilege, not a right, which may be revoked at any time for abuse of this privilege. Violations of this policy may result in a loss of access as well as other disciplinary or legal action.
The primary purpose of the Internet connection is educational. Network administrators may review files and communications to maintain system integrity and ensure that users are using the system responsibly.
Users are not permitted to:
harass, insult, threaten, bully or attack others from home or school computers
send or display offensive materials
use the network to perform any illegal or unethical act
violate copyright laws or plagiarize
use another’s password or access another’s folders, files or documents
The Brockton Public Schools complies with FCC regulations as specified in the Children’s Internet Protection - Act (CIPA-P.L. 106-554) by providing filtering on all computers that students use.
CELL PHONES AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES (SHB P.26-27)
During the school day, students may use electronic devices as described below:
During class time for teacher-approved educational activities, and only with the teacher’s permission and supervision
HEADPHONES & EARBUDS
HEADPHONES ARE PROHIBITED FROM BEING WORN OR DISPLAYED ANYWHERE IN THE SCHOOL AT ANY POINT DURING THE SCHOOL DAY (7:10-1:59) EXCEPT FOR SPECIFIC EDUATIONAL CLASSROOM ACTIVIES APPROVED AND SUPERVISED BY THE CLASSROOM TEACHER. (P.27)
Cheating on tests, assignments, and homework or engaging in plagiarism is a serious violation and may result in zero credit for the assignment, parental contact, and an F in deportment and disciplinary for a Group C offense. (P.27)
TARDINESS TO CLASS Students are expected to be in the room before the bell rings. Not in the hall, not in the door, IN THE ROOM! If you are late, YOU MUST HAVE A PASS from where ever you were (guidance, nurse, AD’s Office or another teacher’s room) (p.42)
This contract will remain on file in room B315 with Ms. Brown.
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