Student Internet Access Agreement

  • Cali Calmécac Language Academy provides access to the internet for all students, faculty and staff. Students must have permission from at least one of their parents or guardians to access the internet at school.
  • The use of an internet account is a privilege, not a right, and inappropriate use will result in the cancellation of those privileges and or disciplinary action by school officials. Student’s activities while using the internet in this school must be in support of education and research, and consistent with the educational objectives of the Windsor Unified School District. In addition, a student accessing the internet from a school site is responsible for all online activities which take place through the use of his or her account. When using another organization’s networks or computing resources, students must comply with the rules appropriate for that network.
  • I agree that the following actions (which are not inclusive) constitute unacceptable use of the internet, whether that use is initiated from school or any other site:
  • Using impolite, abusive or otherwise objectionable language in either public or private messages
  • Placing unlawful information on the internet
  • Using the internet illegally in ways that violate federal, state, or local laws or statutes
  • Using the internet at school for non-school related activities
  • Sending messages that are likely to result in the loss of the recipient’s work or systems
  • Sending chain letters or pyramid schemes to lists or individuals, and any other types of use which would cause congestion of the internet or otherwise interfere with the work of others
  • Using the internet for commercial purposes
  • Using the internet for political lobbying:
  • Changing any computer file that does not belong to the user
  • Sending or receiving copyrighted materials without permission
  • Knowingly giving one’s password to another
  • Using internet access for sending or retrieving pornographic material, inappropriate text files, or files dangerous to the integrity of the network
  • Circumventing security measures on school or remote computers or networks
  • Attempting to gain access to another’s resources, programs, or data
  • Vandalizing which is defined as any malicious attempt to harm or destroy data of another user on the internet, and includes the uploading or creation of computer viruses
  • Falsifying one’s identity to others while using the internet
  • Changing any computer files that do not belong to you
  • Accessing personal e-mail without prior permission
  • Accessing or using chat rooms or IRQ’S