Web Design & Blogging Club
Welcome to the Web Design & Blogging Club! We will use this page to post our lessons and permission forms necessary.
I understand that my school has computers and the Internet so I can learn more about what I am studying in my classroom. Students at my school also use a computer to check out books from the Media Center. This agreement applies to all Internet access while at school whether by a school-owned device or one owned by the student and approved for use by the Superintendent and Principal. There are rules in the Student Handbook I must follow if I want to use the Internet at school. My teacher explained these rules to me and I understand them. If I do not follow the rules and the directions of my teacher when using the Internet, I may not be allowed to use the Internet at school. Not following these rules may also mean I have broken the rules in the CMS Code of Student Conduct. I could be disciplined or be suspended from school for not following the rules and the directions of my teacher.
Rule 21 UNAUTHORIZED USE OF TECHNOLOGY DEVICES (Honesty) UB: Misuse of school technology, UB: Honor Code Violation, UB: Communicating Threats, UB: Cyber-bullying: A. A. CMS-owned property: A student shall refrain from inappropriate use of school system computers/ technology devices or from using the CMS electronic communications and wireless connection network without proper authority. This includes unauthorized use of sign on codes and the school telephone system, communication of threats or implied threats, bullying or harassment, and unauthorized attempts to contact any CMS computer site from any computer station. B. Personal technology devices: A student will refrain from any activity or distribution of information from personal technology devices that would constitute a violation of a rule under the Code of Student Conduct or a violation of law, as, but not limited to, bullying or harassment on social media or other sites if the conduct has or may have a direct and immediate impact on the orderly and efficient operation of the schools or the safety of individuals in the school environment. Publication of information on the Internet is considered distribution regardless of the location of the technology device from which the offending content was published.