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RIVERSIDE LOCAL SCHOOLS
Every Child, Every Day, For a Better Tomorrow.


2096 County Road 24 S.
DeGraff, Ohio 43318
Phone: (937)585-5981 • Fax (937) 585-4599
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What Parents Should Know
7 Steps to Good Digital Parenting
Nine Themes of Digital Citizenship
  1. Digital Access: full electronic participation in society. 
  2. Digital Commerce: electronic buying and selling of goods.
  3. Digital Communication: electronic exchange of information.
  4. Digital Literacy: process of teaching and learning about technology and the use of technology.
  5. Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct or procedure.
  6. Digital Law: electronic responsibility for actions and deeds.
  7. Digital Rights & Responsibilities: those freedoms extended to everyone in a digital world.
  8. Digital Health & Wellness: physical and psychological well-being in a digital technology world.
  9. Digital Security (self-protection): electronic precautions to guarantee safety.
 
  
Share With Care
Your online actions can have real-world consequences.
The pictures you post or send and the words you write can affect the people in your life.
Once you post something online, you can't take it back.
That goes for sending messages, too. Even if you delete it, older versions may exist on other people's devices. That means that photo or comment you really don't want people to see anymore could be living somewhere - permanently.
What you post could have a bigger "audience" than you think.
Even if you use privacy settings, it's impossible to have complete control over who sees your pictures, videos, profiles, comments, or texts. Before you post or send, think about how you will feel if your family, teachers, coaches, or neighbors find it.
Get someone's OK before you share photos or videos they're in.
It can be embarrassing, unfair, and even unsafe to send or post photos and videos without getting permission from people in them.
Privacy Policy

7540.01 - TECHNOLOGY PRIVACY

The Board of Education recognizes its staff members' right to privacy in their personal lives. This policy serves to inform staff members of the Board's position with respect to staff-member privacy in the educational and workplace setting and to protect the Board's interests.

All District Technology Resources (as defined in Bylaw 0100) are the Board's property and are intended to be used for business purposes. The Board retains the right to access and review all Information Resources (as defined in Bylaw 0100), including but not limited to electronic and voice mail, computer files, databases, and any other electronic transmissions contained in or used in conjunction with the Board's computer system/network, telephone system, electronic mail system, and voice mail system. Staff members shall be notified that they have no expectation that any personal information/data maintained, stored, or transmitted on or through such systems is confidential or private.

Review of such information may be done by the Board with or without the staff member's knowledge. The use of passwords does not guarantee confidentiality, and the Board retains the right to access information in spite of a password. A staff member's refusal to permit such access may be grounds for discipline up to and including discharge.

District Technology Resources are to be used only for business and educational purposes.

Staff members are encouraged to keep their personal records and personal business at home.

Personal messages via Board-owned technology should be limited in accordance with the Superintendent's guidelines.  Staff members are encouraged to keep their personal records and personal business at home. Because District Technology Resources are to be used primarily for business and educational purposes, staff members are prohibited from sending offensive, discriminatory, or harassing computer, electronic, or voice mail messages.

District Technology Resources must be used properly. Review of computer files, electronic mail, and voice mail will only be done in the ordinary course of business and will be motivated by a legitimate business reason. If a staff member's personal information is discovered, the contents of such discovery will not be reviewed by the Board, except to the extent necessary to determine if the files/e-mail/voice mail constitute a public record or if the Board's interests have been compromised. Any information discovered will be limited to those who have a specific need to know that information.

The administrators and supervisory staff members authorized by the Superintendent have the authority to search and access information electronically.

 

All District Technology Resources and District Information Resources are the property of the Board. Staff members shall not copy, delete, or remove any information/data contained on District Technology Resources without the express permission of the Superintendent, or communicate any such information to unauthorized individuals. In addition, staff members may not copy software onto any District Technology Resources and may not bring software from outside sources for use on District Technology Resources without the prior approval of the Technology Coordinator. Such pre-approval shall include a review of any copyright infringements or virus problems associated with such outside software.

 

Revised 9/22/01

Revised 12/18/08

 

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Wifi
The following link is a list of locations in Bellefontaine and DeGraff that offer free Wifi service. Please email us if you have any additions to this list.
 
Caring for your devices
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2096 County Road 24 S.
DeGraff, Ohio 43318
Phone: (937)585-5981  •  Fax: (937) 585-4599   Email Us
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