John Glenn School Corporation
Administrative Guidelines


The following guidelines will govern the personal use of the Corporation's Technology Resources (as defined in Bylaw 0100) by staff members as well as use for school purposes by either staff or students while at home. No personal, that is, nonschool, use of Corporation Technology Resources may be made by any student at any time.



Form 7540.01 F1 - Permission to Use/Import Software is to be submitted to the Technology Coordinator before any personal software is brought to school. In addition, the staff member must provide either the licensing agreement from the manufacturer or a proof of purchase.



A staff member or a student may start a project using Corporation software at school or personal software at home and produce a copy of the project or document. The Corporation will not provide Corporation software for use on a personal communication device (PCD) (as defined in Bylaw 0100) owned by a staff member or student.



Before accessing Corporation Technology Resources, including the Internet or District network(s), staff members and students must sign the applicable Student or Staff Technology Acceptable Use and Safety Agreement, Form 7540.03 F1 or Form 7540.04 F1.



Neither staff members nor students are to use Corporation Technology Resources for recreational, personal, discriminatory, or unlawful purposes but only for purposes related to the Corporation's educational program or operational needs.



Each staff member and student will be provided a password for use with Corporation Technology Resources with the provision that the password is not to be shared with others. The existence of a password does not guarantee confidentiality or privacy and the Corporation retains the right to use any person's password to monitor the type of use that is being made of the Corporation Technology Resource.



With regard to personal e-mail, staff members may use their Corporation-issued e-mail to send and/or receive personal messages providing such use is limited to nonduty time and does not involve the conduct of any personal, discriminatory, or unlawful business (including commercial purposes, advertising, and political lobbying).



Students are allowed to send or receive personal e-mail messages using Corporation Technology Resources.



Use of all other Corporation Technology Resources shall be in accord with AG 7530 - Personal Use of Corporation Equipment and Facilities.

Revised 11/6/01
Revised 9/26/17

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