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General Policies:


General Policies:

A JLBC user account aims to access the JLBC network and facilitate creativity and innovation. We use this network to support communication and collaboration. We use technology to extend research and information fluency, collect and analyze data, and solve problems.

Access is a privilege, not a right. Access entails responsibility, and inappropriate use may result in the cancellation of those privileges.

JLBC: Junior Leadership Bootcamp owns JLBC user accounts; consequently, they are subject to the Open Records Act. All digital files associated with user accounts may be retrieved by JLBC staff without prior notice and any user's permission. JLBC reserves the right to monitor all accounts to maintain system integrity and ensure responsible use.

Cadets should have no expectation of personal privacy in any matters stored in, created, received, or sent through the JLBC computer network. These are subject to review by JLBC at any time, with or without notice, with or without cause, and without the permission of any cadets or parent/guardian.

A content filtering solution is in place to prevent access to certain sites that may contain inappropriate material, including pornography, weapons, illegal drugs, gambling, and any other topics deemed to be of non-educational value by JLBC. JLBC is not responsible for the content accessed by users who connect via their 3G type service (cell phones, air-cards, etc.).

Internet- Only the Internet provided by the program may be accessed while on campus. Personal internet connective devices such as but not limited to cell phones/cell network adapters are not permitted to be used to access outside internet sources at any time.

Security and Damages- The individual owner's responsibility is to keep the device secure. JLBC -Junior Leadership Bootcamp or its staff or employees are liable for any stolen or damaged device on campus. If a device is stolen or damaged, it will be handled through the administrative office, similar to other personal artifacts impacted in similar situations. It is recommended that skins (decals) and other custom touches are used to identify your device from others physically. Additionally, protective cases for technology are encouraged.

Google Apps and Other Third-Party Accounts- Our cadets may require accounts in third-party systems according to our cadet's mission, goals, and vision for technology. Many of these accounts will be used at cadets for cadets-related projects but may also be accessed outside of cadets with their parent's permission. These accounts will help our cadets master effective and proper online communications as required in Technology Applications Standards.

Government Laws-Technology is to be utilized in conformity with laws of the United States and the State of California. Violations include, but are not limited to, the following:

Criminal Acts – These include but are not limited to unauthorized tampering, cyber-stalking, vandalism, harassing email, child pornography, and cyber-bullying.

Libel Laws - You may not publicly defame people through published material.

Copyright Violations: Copying, selling, or distributing copyrighted material without the express written permission of the author or publisher (users should assume that all materials available on the Internet are protected by copyright) and engaging in plagiarism.

The use of technology to provide educational material is not a necessity but a privilege. A cadet does not have the right to use their tablet, laptop, cell phone, or another electronic device while at school. When abused, privileges will be taken away. When respected, they will benefit the learning environment as a whole. Cadets and parents/guardians must adhere to the Digital Citizenship agreement, cadets Code of Conduct, and all Board policies, particularly Internet Acceptable Use and Internet Safety. Additionally, technology:

Must be in silent mode while on JLBC campuses and riding JLBC buses.

It may not be used to cheat on assignments or tests.

May only be used to access files on computer or internet sites relevant to the classroom curriculum.

Please go to the link on the JLBC website and review the digital citizenship agreement with your child.

Brazosport Independent School District. https://p10cdn4static.sharpschool.com/UserFiles/Servers/Server_415374/File/District/About%20BISD/District%20Departments/Registration%20Information/2021-2022/AUA%202021-2022%20(Eng).pdf

Responsible Use Guidelines - Merkel Independent School .... https://www.merkelisd.net/upload/page/0051/ResponsibleUseGuidelines-1920.pdf

Central Heights Elementary - Technology Responsible Use Policy. https://ches.centralhts.org/119211_2

Pine Tree Junior High School Technology/iPad Guidelines .... http://www.ptisd.org/upload/page/0541/PTJH%20Technology%20Guidelines%202017-2018.docx.pdf

Technology & Information Services / BYOT Policy. https://www.forsyth.k12.ga.us/byotpolicy

Student Acceptable Use of Technology — Albuquerque Public .... https://www.aps.edu/about-us/policies-and-procedural-directives/procedural-directives/j.-students/student-acceptable-use-of-personal-electronic-devices

Norwalk Public Schools - Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and .... https://norwalkps.org/547996_3

Instructional Technology / District Policy. https://www.harris.k12.ga.us/Page/46

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