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Departments » Technology » School Board Policies Pertaining to Acceptable Use


There are several Board of Education policies pertaining to acceptable use of District technology resources.

The Related Files section below contains the policies.  All District staff must read the policies contained in the Related Files section of this page.
Download the policies by clicking on the links.

All District Staff must read and sign the Acceptable Use Policy Agreement form, (listed below) to be in compliance with using District technology resources.

Submit the completed
Acceptable Use Policy Agreement form to building principals/direct supervisors by September 8th.

The Related Links section below contains additional information related to the Federal and State laws related to technology use in schools.

Related Files

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Related Links
  • Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA)
    "The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) is a federal law enacted by Congress to address concerns about access to offensive content over the Internet on school and library computers."

  • E-Rate Questions and Answers
    "When the Telecommunications Act of 1996 was signed into law, for the first time schools and libraries became eligible for Universal Service support. An explicit goal of the Act is to ensure that schools and libraries have affordable access to advanced telecommunications. On May 7, 1997, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued a unanimous ruling for implementing Universal Service. Below are some answers to commonly asked questions regarding the FCC's order on universal service for schools and libraries."

  • Freedom of Information Law (FOIL)
    "New York State’s Freedom of Information Law (Public Officers Law §87 et. seq. ) allows members of the public to access records of governmental agencies. FOIL provides a process for the review and copying of an agency’s records."

  • SECTIONS 84-90 New York State Department of State
    Section 84. Legislative declaration. 85. Short title. 86. Definitions. 87. Access to agency records. 88. Access to state legislative records. 89. General provisions relating to access to records; certain cases. 90. Severability.

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