H-B WOODLAWN TECHNOLOGY CODE OF ETHICS
These code of ethics are adapted from the full text Acceptable Use Policy, PIP 45-2.1 May 24, 2007. You can read them here.
1. Use all technology responsibly.
2. Use school facilities and electronic resources for school-related instructional activities only.
Use only the assigned network login, network and Internet access
provided by and filtered by APS while on school property.
4. Conserve resources including but not limited to file storage space, bandwidth, online time, toner, and paper.
Respect the integrity of the network system. Enter only authorized
systems and do not attempt to circumvent or subvert system security
measures including circumventing the APS firewall.
6. Respect intellectual property and copyright laws.
Protect yourself when using the Internet. Report any incidents of
cyber bullying such as personal attacks and threats to you, others or
to school property immediately.
8. Report any pornographic or offensive materials, and all suspected computer viruses and other problems immediately.
Understand that any messages or files saved on, sent from, accessed,
or received on APS equipment are subject to inspection.
1. Do not give your password to others or use someone else’s password, or leave a computer without logging out.
Do not damage hardware, electronic systems, or networks, or attempt to
*hack* or gain unauthorized access to other computers, networks, or
3. Do not tamper with or alter the
system in any way that disrupts the network, including installing,
copying, or downloading files including freeware or adware without
4. Do not download from the Internet, or
bring on CDs, DVDs, or USB devices, any applications, video or games to
use on school computers.
5. Do not connect any
non-school-division-owned device to any part of the APS network without
authorization. Storage devices (e.g., memory sticks, digital cameras)
used for instructional purposes are an exception.
6. Do not disable filtering software or use websites or other technologies to get around the filtering system.
7. Do not disclose personal information to or agree to meet anyone you have met only via the Internet.
Do not use APS computer equipment and communication services to view,
send, display, or download illegal, inappropriate, obscene or offensive
Failure to follow these
expectations will result in suspension of computer access and
privileges and other disciplinary measures including suspension from
school and/or criminal prosecution.
APS is not responsible for
student use of electronic technology resources outside of school;
however, students may be disciplined for any technology use that
negatively affects APS or that negatively affects another student or