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Pasadena Independent School District Acceptable Use Policy
Network/Internet access may be made available to teachers, staff, students and community members pursuant to the terms and conditions contained in this Acceptable Use Policy. The technology advisory committee and/or building administrator will determine what violates the terms and conditions of this policy. Although the district
takes reasonable steps to restrict access to inappropriate material, including filtering as prescribed by the Children'sí Internet Protection Act, the risk exists that users may access material that may be inappropriate. The district believes that the valuable information and interaction available on the Internet outweighs this risk.
Student Acceptable Use Policy
The Internet is a primary source for research, information and communication. Access to the Internet is provided to PISD students in order to fulfill their potential as responsible citizens in the ever-changing world of the 21st century. Along with this privilege come responsibilities.
Electronic Communication
  • Only enter chat rooms, access bulletin boards, use e-mail or use Instant Messaging with permission of a teacher or
    other PISD employee.
  • Use appropriate language and follow proper e-mail etiquette, which includes refraining from SPAM (unauthorized or
    unsolicited mass mails).
  • If you receive an inappropriate or unwanted message via the Internet or other network resource, close the session and
    notify your teacher or other PISD employee.
  • Be careful when giving out personal information over the Internet.
  • Unless given permission by a teacher or other PISD employee, do not view, modify, move, copy or delete messages intended for others.
  • Activity on the Internet is recorded and monitored. Access to the Internet is a privilege, not a right. Violation of thispolicy may result in:
    􀂃 Denial of access,
    􀂃 Disciplinary Action, and/or
    􀂃 Legal Action.

The Internet may be accessed by a student unless the studentís parent or guardian has filed a written request with the building principal. This request, indicating that the Internet should not be accessed, must be filed annually with the building principal.

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