Electronics Policy

CELL PHONES, PAGERS & OTHER ELECTRONIC SIGNALING DEVICES -Correia administration and staff strongly encourage students NOT to bring any valuables to school, including cell phones, due to theft risk. The school is not responsible for lost or stolen items. These devices must be kept out of sight and turned off during the school day. They may be used only before and after school off campus. Cell phones may be confiscated if used oncampus and will only be returned to a parent or guardian. Administration will not investigate lost/stolen valuables such as iPods, cell phones, toys, etc.

COMPUTER/INTERNETUSE - Students must have SDUSD Student Network Responsibility Contract on file before using any computer at school. This contract outlines responsibilities, acceptable use, privileges,network etiquette, security and vandalism policies under the Network Use Guidelines. Students must follow the Network Use Guidelines. Violations may result in cancellation of computer privileges.

CYBERBULLYING/CYBERTHREATS - Safe learning environments are necessary for students to learn and achieve high academic standards. Therefore, bullying, cyberbullying, and cyberthreats will not betolerated. Cyberbullying or cyberthreats include, but are not limited to the following misuses of technology under a person's true or false identity: harassing, teasing, intimidating, defaming, threatening, terrorizing, orotherwise intending to harm, insult, or humiliate another staff or student member by way of any technological tool, such as sending or posting inappropriate or derogatory email messages, instant messages, text messages, sound, digital pictures or images, social websites, blogs, chat rooms, or website postings.(E.C. 32261)

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