YOU UNDERSTAND

that your activities on the school computer and

files can be watched anytime by adults who work in the school

district.



YOU UNDERSTAND

that the computers cannot be used to sell things

or break the law.



YOU UNDERSTAND

that you need to be very careful when using all

parts of the computers to keep them working for all students to

use.



YOU UNDERSTAND

to ask an adult at school what to do before

clicking on a message that might damage the computer or

network.



YOU UNDERSTAND

that you are only to be visiting websites that

your teacher instructs you to visit for learning activities.



YOU UNDERSTAND

that saying dishonest things about others on the

computer is wrong.



YOU UNDERSTAND

that it is important to give credit to any sources

and images for information from the Internet.



YOU UNDERSTAND that your password belongs to you and should

not be shared with others.



YOU UNDERSTAND that you shouldn’t share any personal

information on the Internet so you can keep safe.



YOU UNDERSTAND

that you need to tell an adult right away if you

see something that makes you feel uncomfortable on a website or

if someone asks you over the Internet to meet them in person.



YOU UNDERSTAND

that attaching personal equipment to school

computers must be approved by the teacher.



YOU UNDERSTAND

that breaking the rules for safe computer use

would mean meeting with teachers or the principal and your

parents to talk about the problem.