LAUSD AUP PDF

The Account provided by the School District should be used only for educational or professional purposes. Staff may use the Internet for personal use only if such use is incidental and occurs during their duty-free time. If a user is uncertain about whether a particular use of the computer network or the Internet is appropriate, he or she should consult a teacher or supervisor. Unacceptable Uses of the Computer Network or the Internet. Unacceptable uses include, but are not limited to the following: 1. Selling or purchasing any illegal substance; 2.

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The Account provided by the School District should be used only for educational or professional purposes. Staff may use the Internet for personal use only if such use is incidental and occurs during their duty-free time. If a user is uncertain about whether a particular use of the computer network or the Internet is appropriate, he or she should consult a teacher or supervisor.

Unacceptable Uses of the Computer Network or the Internet. Unacceptable uses include, but are not limited to the following: 1. Selling or purchasing any illegal substance; 2. Accessing, transmitting, or downloading child pornography, obscene depictions, harmful materials, or materials that encourage others to violate the law; or 3.

Deleting, copying, modifying, or forging other users' e-mails, files, or data; 2. Accessing another User's email without their permission, and as a result of that access, reading or forwarding the other User's e-mails or files without that User's permission; 3. Damaging computer equipment, files, data or the network; 4. Using profane, abusive, or impolite language; 5. Disguising one's identity, impersonating other users, or sending anonymous e-mail messages; 6. Threatening, harassing, or making defamatory or false statements about others; 7.

Accessing, transmitting, or downloading offensive, harassing, or disparaging materials; 8. Accessing, transmitting or downloading computer viruses or other harmful files or programs, or in any way degrading or disrupting any computer system performance; or 9.

Accessing, transmitting or downloading large files, including "chain letters" or any type of "pyramid schemes. Using any district computer to pursue hacking, internal or external to the district, or attempting to access information that is protected by privacy laws.

Using other users' Account passwords or identifiers; 2. Disclosing one's Account password to other users or allowing other users to use one's Accounts; 3. Getting unauthorized access into other users' Accounts or other computer networks; or 4. Interfering with other users' ability to access their Accounts.

Selling or buying anything over the Internet for personal financial gain; or 2. Using the Internet for advertising, promotion, or financial gain; or 3. Conducting for-profit business activities and engaging in non-government related fundraising or public relations activities such as solicitation for religious purposes, lobbying for political purposes, or soliciting votes.

The software will work by scanning for objectionable words or concepts, as determined by the School District. An Account user who incidentally connects to such a site must immediately disconnect from the site and notify a teacher or supervisor.

If an Account user sees another user is accessing inappropriate sites, he or she should notify a teacher or supervisor immediately. Such a mechanism may lead to discovery a user has violated or may be violating this Policy, the appropriate disciplinary code or the law. Monitoring is aimed to protect minors from accessing inappropriate matter, as well as help enforce this policy, on the Internet, as determined by the school board, local educational agency or other related authority.

The School District reserves the right to monitor other users' e. Parents and legal guardians should inquire at the school or district if they desire more detailed information about the software. For example, Account users should not reveal their full names, home addresses, telephone numbers, school addresses, or parents' names on the Internet.

Account users who are under the age of 18 shall not meet in person anyone they have met on the Internet without their parent's permission. Privacy Policy The System Administrator has the authority to monitor all Accounts, including e-mail and other materials transmitted or received via the Accounts. All such materials are the property of the School District. Account users do not have any right to or expectation of privacy regarding such materials. Storage Capacity To ensure that Account users remain within the allocated disk space, users with email accounts should check their email frequently and delete unwanted messages and other files or data that take up excessive storage space.

The system administrator will also routinely delete messages from Account users' inbound and outbound log files, messages saved to the archive folders on the system, and messages posted to the School District's web site.

Penalties for Improper Use The use of the Account is a privilege, not a right, and inappropriate use will result in the restriction or cancellation of the Account. The School District will attempt to tailor any disciplinary action to meet the specific concerns related to each violation. The School District also denies any responsibility for the accuracy or quality of the information obtained through the Account.

I understand and agree in the event a third party makes a claim against the School District as a result of my use of the computer network or the Internet provided by the School District, the School District reserves its right to respond to such a claim as it sees fit and to hold all offending parties, including myself, responsible.

I release the School District, its affiliates, and its employees from any claims or damages of any nature arising from my access or use of the computer network or the Internet provided by the School District. I also agree not to hold the School District responsible for materials improperly acquired on the system or for violations of copyright restrictions, user's mistakes or negligence, or any costs incurred by users.

This agreement shall be governed by and construed under the laws of the United States and the State of California. Employee Signature Date This form is to be kept at the school or office and kept on file by the school site administrator.

It is to be renewed each year prior to any computer network or Internet usage. I understand and agree in the event that a third party makes a claim against the School District as a result of my use of the computer network or the Internet provided by the School District, the School District reserves its right to respond to such a claim as it sees fit and to hold all offending parties, including myself, responsible.

I also agree not to hold the School District responsible for materials improperly acquired on the system or for violations of copyright restrictions, users' mistakes or negligence, or any costs incurred by users. As the parent or legal guardian of the above student, I have read, understand, and agree my child or dependent must comply with the provisions of the attached Acceptable Use Policy of the Los Angeles Unified School District "School District".

I understand and agree in the event a third party makes a claim against the School District as a result of my child or dependent's use of the computer network or the Internet provided by the School District, the School District reserves its right to respond to such a claim as it sees fit and to hold all offending parties, including my child or dependent, responsible.

I release the School District, its affiliates, and its employees from any claims or damages of any nature arising from my child or dependent's access or use of the computer network or the Internet provided by the School District. I also agree not to hold the School District responsible for materials improperly acquired on the system, or for violations of copyright restrictions, users' mistakes or negligence, or any costs incurred by users.

I understand these procedures must be updated annually and must be kept on file at my location. This "test" is a tool to teach Internet etiquette, NOT a test to exclude anyone. If a student does not pass the test, the issues should be discussed and the test given again Multiple Choice: circle the correct answer 1. A student or teacher may use his or her LAUSDnet account to a sell something b hack other systems on the internet c do research for a class project d illegally download software e harm another individual 2.

Sharing passwords is a strictly prohibited b acceptable among your closest friends c acceptable among fellow students working on a class project d always a good idea e allowed if you change your password frequently 3. Deleting unwanted files and emails from your LAUSDnet account is a recommended but not necessary b not an issue because there is unlimited disk space c required because disk space is limited d only done when my teacher asks me to e never done 4.

If you think that someone is using your password, you should a change your password b notify your teacher c notify abuse lausd. When using e-mail, you a may send offensive letters b may send e-mail to people you do not know c may never know who is reading your mail d must follow the Acceptable Use Policy e c and d 6. If you need help a ask your technology teacher b look for help on the Internet c ask your teacher d all of the above e none of the above 7.

If I violate the Acceptable Use Policy, I could a be required to attend disciplinary meeting at my school with my parents b lose my LAUSDnet account c be suspended from school d face possible arrest and prosecution e all of the above. K Rev. This service allows employees and students to share information, learn new concepts, research diverse subjects, and create and maintain school-based websites.

The School District has adopted this Acceptable Use Policy "Policy" to set guidelines for accessing the computer network or the Internet service provided by the School District. Every year, students and employees who want computer network and Internet access for that upcoming school year need to sign and submit this Policy to the School District. Students who are under 18 also must have their parents or guardians sign this Policy.

By signing this agreement, the student, employee, and parent or guardian agree to follow the rules set forth in this Policy and to report any misuse of the computer network or the Internet to a teacher or supervisor. Parties agreeing to this policy also understand the School District may revise the Internet Acceptable Use Policy as it deems necessary.

The School District will provide notice of any changes either by posting such a revised version of the Policy on its website or by providing written notice to the students, employees and parents or guardians. To obtain free computer network and Internet access, students also must successfully complete the Student Internet Test and follow any school procedures developed at the school site. Each student or employee who qualifies may access the computer network or Internet. The student or employee is required to change the password the first time he or she uses the Account and routinely thereafter.

The Account may only be used during the time the user is a student or employee of the School District. Anyone who receives an Account is responsible for making sure it is used properly. Acceptable Uses of the Computer Network or the Internet The Account provided by the School District should be used only for educational or professional purposes.

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Mrs Smith's Classroom. This bulletin will undergo periodic review to ensure it reflects current laws and regulations. The Los Angeles Unified School District is committed to providing a safe and civil learning and working environment. The District takes a strong position against bullying, hazing, or any behavior that infringes on the safety or well-being of students, employees, or any other persons within the District's jurisdiction or interferes with learning or the ability to teach. The District prohibits retaliatory behavior against anyone who files a complaint or who participates in the complaint investigation process. District policy requires all schools and all personnel to promote mutual respect, tolerance, and acceptance among students and staff. This policy shall encompass behaviors or actions that occur among students, District employees and associated adults.

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