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2023-2024 Kiser Elementary (Translatable)

Adrianna DaviesKiser Elementary News

Kiser Elementary 2023/2024

Student Handbook

Alexander D. Robertson, Principal   

Shari L. Watts, Assistant Principal  

1401 Leo Street, Dayton, Ohio 45404  

PHONE (937) 542-6130 FAX (937) 542-6131  

Kiser’s vision

A commitment to student-excellence today, contributing citizens’ tomorrow 


Mission statement

The Mission of Kiser Elementary School is to build a community that embraces diversity, inspires enjoyment of  learning, and promotes an environment of academic excellence through collaboration and community  involvement. 


Message from the Principal  

Dear Parents/Guardians:

Welcome to Kiser Elementary School, Home of the Proud Panthers. The entire school staff is excited about the 2023-24 school year and the continuance of successful practices and traditions. We are committed and prepared to utilize all resources to meet the academic needs of every student.

Our school uses the practices of Positive School Climate and focuses on the principles of Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Be Safe in our school community. Daily Attendance at school is an important factor in a child’s academic success.

We will need your support to ensure that your child is at school on time every day. We look forward to working with each of you, as we move toward our common goal of academic excellence.

      We are truly anticipating an exciting and productive school year and want you to become an integral component of our school community partnership. Your support of our parent organization would be greatly appreciated.

On behalf of the entire staff, we sincerely hope this will be a very successful year for your child. Thank you for bringing us your child and permitting us to be a part of their lives. We are looking forward to a wonderful school year as we work together and celebrate the learning and growth of our students.



Alexander D. Robertson


Dear Members of the Kiser School Family:  

Our linked handbook has been compiled/approved by the Kiser Elementary Staff and the Dayton  Board of Education and is distributed to every family with a student attending Kiser Elementary.  It is published for your information and contains policies, rules, regulations, and a school calendar.  Since this handbook is considered the legal contract between the parents and the school, please  sign, date, and return the form below during the first week of school.  

Kiser Parent/Student Handbook Contract  

I have read, understand, and agree to follow the school policies, rules, and regulations as outlined  in the Parent/Student Handbook. 

  ___________________________                         ____________________________

 Student Signature           Date                                    Parent/Guardian                Date  

___________________________                           ___________________________ 

Teacher Signature               Date                                  Principal Signature              Date 



Shoes: Must be worn at all times and cover all parts of  

the foot. For safety reasons, open-toed, slip-ons, flip  

flops, and slippers are not permitted.  

Pants/Shorts: Must be worn at the waist, not sag, and  

be free of holes, tears, or rips. They should be secured  

with a belt. Undergarments should not show. Shorts  

must be at least “fingertip” in length with arms at  

sides. Sweatpants are not permitted. Shorts may only  

be worn in August/September and again in April/May.  

Dress/Skirts: Must be at least “fingertip” in length with  

arms at sides. Leggings are only permitted underneath  

shorts, dresses, and long shirts (covering the seat of the garment with arms raised).  

Shirts/Sweaters/Tops: Must completely cover the torso. Midriffs must be covered at all times. Halter,  tube, spaghetti straps, and tank tops are not permitted. Commercial insignia, lettering, or printing will be  allowed on shirts/sweatshirts as long as it is not crude, vulgar, profane, and is acceptable for school attire.  Such insignia, lettering, or printing shall not be sexually suggestive, advocate negative racial, ethnic,  gender, or religious prejudice, or glorify/advertise drugs, tobacco, alcohol, or violence.  

Bedtime Apparel: Pajama-type attire, undershirts, or other bedtime attire is not permitted.  


Hairstyles: Styles/colors must be natural in color. No loudly dyed hair.  

Hoods/Coats/Hats/Sunglasses: Are to be worn outdoors only.  

Earrings and Jewelry: For children with pierced ears, small post earrings are acceptable. Large, dangling  designs or oversized studs are not permitted. Rings and other jewelry are strongly discouraged. These  items are easily lost, stolen, or broken and the school is not responsible if they are misplaced or lost.  The gold/silver tooth “bridges and grills” are STRICTLY PROHIBITED!  

Piercing: No jewelry will be permitted in any piercing except the ears. Body piercing (i.e. eye area,  nose, tongue, chin, navel) is inappropriate for elementary age students and therefore not permitted.  

**Advance notice will be given to parents and students when these standards are to be altered for  special events such as Spirit Days, Field Days, Picnics, or Physical Education activities.  

We would greatly appreciate parental support in our efforts to provide a safe, nurturing environment for  our students.



Promotion means that a student has met grade level requirements. This means the  student has successfully completed the work on his/her particular level and is ready  to move into the next higher level.  

Proof of completed work must be submitted to the school office at the beginning of  school. Students who attend summer intervention or have received tutoring will be  subject to academic/behavioral probation for successive quarters until they meet the  normal criteria for promotion. The probation qualifiers will be worked out on a  student by student basis and will be determined by the Intervention Assistance Team  and the principal.  

Students with a year’s average 59% or less do not have an acceptable grasp of the  material and promotion is not recommended. In the lower grades (K-4), if there is  danger that the child is not ready to move to the next level, the teacher will be in  contact with the parents throughout the school year. When this situation arises, the  principal will also be informed. If testing is recommended and approved, the results  will be shared with the teacher, principal, and parents. The suggestions made by the  Intervention Assistance Team will be followed as closely as possible and every effort  made to help the child in the learning process.  




Arrival: All students should enter the building by 7:00 AM.   

Grab n’ Go Breakfast…6:45 AM – 7:00 AM 

Entry Bell…7:00 AM  

(Beginning of Instruction and Interventions)  

Tardy Bell…7:15 AM


1ST Lunch  10:00-10:30
2ND Lunch  10:40-11:10
3RD Lunch  11:20-11:50
4TH Lunch  12:00-12:30




Dismissal…2:00 PM 




When a student is absent and returns to school, a note from home and/or the doctor is required.  The note should include date(s) of absence, students’ name (first and last), homeroom number,  and the reason for absence with the parent/guardian’s signature. An excused absence is one due  to illness or a death in the family. All other absences are unexcused. We ask Kiser parents to call  the school office at (937)542- 6130 between 6:30AM and 7:30 AM when a student is absent for  any reason.  


We encourage every student to participate in a full day of activity. If it is necessary to leave school  early, a note from the parent must be submitted to the office. The office will confirm every note  before approval is given. Students will be released only to persons listed on the Authorization for  Pick – Up Form. The parent must come to the office to sign out a student who is leaving early.  Parents, we discourage any telephone calling for this purpose, as it is difficult to identify the caller.  A note in your handwriting is the best way to communicate this need.  


All students are expected to be at school on time! If for some reason a student is tardy, the student  must bring a note from home. After 7:15 AM, the student must report to the office to receive an  admit/tardy slip before entering the classroom. We will continue implementing a Grab and Go  breakfast to maximize on instructional time. It is imperative that students arrive BEFORE 7:15 AM to receive instruction.  


Attendance Officers and designees will file on students who are habitually truant. These are the  students who have:  

  1. Five (5) consecutive, unexcused absences. Students will be referred to Student Services and  they will refer the student to the court system.  
  2. Seven (7) unexcused absences in one month. Any days absent in the month that are not  excused absences, students will be referred to the Student Service Department.  C. Twelve (12) unexcused absences in one school year. We will forward student absent referrals  to the Student Services Department.  

In addition, students with 15 days of excused/unexcused absences will require a doctor’s note for any further  absences. Absences of 20 days or more will require a conference with the Principal and an Attendance Plan.


  1. Parents are to supervise students at their bus stops. If a problem develops, please call the Transportation  Department at 937-542–4010 or 937-542–4023. Students should be at the bus stop at least ten minutes prior  to their pick-up time.  
  2. If your kindergarten student rides the bus, someone must meet the bus. Bus drivers are not permitted to  drop kindergarten students off at a bus stop, unless there is an adult to meet them.  
  3. It would be to everyone’s advantage to be at the bus stop at least ten minutes prior to and after the  scheduled pick up time.  

Student Responsibilities (from the Ohio State Dept. Education): 


  • Load and unload from the bus at designated stops in an orderly manner.
  • Ride only the regularly assigned bus and unload at the regular stop.  
  • Eating and littering are not permitted on the bus.  
  • There must be absolute quiet at railroad crossing and other places of danger as designated by the driver.
  • Noise on the bus should be kept to a minimum. The same behavior is expected on a school bus as in the  classroom.  
  • Students may talk quietly if the driver permits.  
  • Students must sit only in their assigned seats.  
  • Students should not change seats while their bus is in action.  
  • Any student traveling to school by means of public transportation is expected to remain courteous and well  mannered.  
  • Students must not hang any objects or any part of their body outside the windows.  
  • Any students who misbehave shall be denied the privilege of riding the bus by the proper authority. 
  • The students must cross the street at least ten feet in front of the bus and upon signal from the driver.
  • Students are not permitted to transport animals on the bus.  
  • Students should go promptly to the bus when dismissed from school.  
  • When discharged from the bus, they should go directly to their homes.  
  • NO smoking allowed on the bus.  
  • Those students standing must stand in the aisle to the rear of the driver.  

Please review these safety rules with your child frequently! Violations may result in removal from the bus.  

If a student is to ride a bus other than his/her assigned bus, the parent must provide the teacher and the office  with a written request. The written request must have a phone number where the parent can be reached for  verification. It also requires the signature of the principal prior to the student loading the bus. This will only be  allowed on a limited basis.



The purpose of the federal school lunch program is to provide your child with a nutritious well balanced meal each day at no cost to you – free! Every effort is made to provide reasonable  choices. We would like to encourage your child to select balanced meals. A monthly menu is  given to each student. Our school also offers a variety of snacks each day.  


Breakfast is served from 6:45 AM – 7:15 AM. Bus students and walkers are to go directly to the  designated Grab n’ Go station in their grade level hallway. Students should go directly to get  breakfast before going to class. 

  1. Walkers will enter from the car drop-off entry door on Deeds Ave. and  proceed to their designated hallway for breakfast. Bus riders will enter hallways from the bus drop-off area on Giles Ave. and proceed to the designated  hallway for breakfast. 
  2. Students will place all trash in the waste containers in their classroom, waste    containers  will be emptied at the close of breakfast. 

The students are to obey all directions given to them by all staff members supervising the  hallway and transitions. 



  1. The students will line up by class in the hallway and proceed through the lunch line. 2. Student conversations should not exceed a Level 1 while in the cafeteria. 3. The students will use good table manners and keep their assigned areas clean.  4. The students will dispose of trash in an orderly manner.  
  2. No food from the cafeteria is to be taken outside.



  1. The students must follow all directions.  
  2. The students must stay in the assigned areas and keep the playground area  clean.  
  3. The students must share and use the equipment correctly.  
  4. The students must play in a considerate, orderly manner, respecting the  rights of others.  
  5. Fighting will not be tolerated and could result in a suspension from school!  6. The students must not have any dangerous objects.  
  7. Students will walk quietly to their assigned line as soon as the bell rings or as  directed.  


  1. The students will walk to the right in the halls in a single class line. All classes  will have a line up order.  
  2. The students will keep their hands at their sides, or use signals determined  by the teacher.  
  3. The students will open hall and classroom doors to avoid injury to  themselves or others.  
  4. All students must have a hall pass with the teacher’s name and time on it  when they are not with their class or teacher.  
  5. The students will follow the 3 B’s while in the hallway (Be Responsible. Be  Respectful. Be Safe).  
  6. The classroom teacher is responsible for the location of the students at all times.  


  1. The classroom teacher will establish restroom rules.  
  2. Classes will use the restrooms at assigned times and locations, escorted by  the teacher, as required.  
  3. The classes will follow the rules for HALL CONDUCT.



In lieu of traditional suspensions, students may be requested to participate in restorative  instruction in an in-school suspension environment where they are still responsible for completing  assignments and actively participate in discussion. 


Project Well Being: Safe Schools/Healthy Students is a prevention/intervention program that  provides social skills training, life skills training, academic & family enhancement and violence  prevention training for elementary youth in Dayton Public Schools. The Alternative Learning  Center (ALC) allows administration and parents an option to suspend. With parental  permission, a student may be placed in ALC, at the recommendation of the Principal, instead of  at home suspension. While in the ALC, students will complete class work provided by teachers  and will be closely monitored by the ALC staff.



Students are not to bring candy, gum, radios, toys, cell phones, skateboards, trading cards of any  kind, or any other items that are not part of the educational requirements of a class. These articles  will be confiscated until the parent comes to get them from the office.  


NO child is ever permitted to leave the school premises during school hours without the consent  of the parents (per phone call home or note) and the student will only be permitted to leave with  an adult. If a parent/guardian is unable to pick up a child, then the child will only be released to  an adult who is listed on the Authorized Pick – Up Form. 



Please DO NOT visit your child’s classroom unless you have received a Visitor’s Pass from the  office. The office will notify the classroom teacher of your arrival. This will prevent unnecessary  interruptions during instruction time and ensure greater safety for all children and employees.  Our teachers use Class Dojo to communicate daily, celebrate students as well as inform parents  of events, projects, grades, and behavior. Please download the Class Dojo application to your  phones to stay in the loop.  




We will have students and designated staff for patrol this year. Our Safety Patrol’s main task is to  teach safety to all Kiser students. They help ensure our students obey safety rules and follow the  safer routes to and from school. It is important for all students to go straight home after dismissal.  Parents should not block crosswalks when dropping off or picking up students. Please observe  the Safety Patrol’s direction so all children may arrive home safely. The safety of our students on  their way to and from school is extremely important. Serious violations which endanger anyone’s  life or cause injury of any kind (i.e. throwing snowballs, fighting, damaging property, clothing etc.)  as well as ignoring the advice of the Patrol persons will result in a warning slip that will be turned  in to the Patrol Advisor and/or Principal. Consequences will depend on the seriousness of the  violation.  


Please do not drive onto school play areas or block the school driveway or crosswalks. Expect your  child to cross at crosswalks when walking to your car. DO NOT allow your child to cross between  cars and buses. DO NOT park in bus zones or areas blocked off with cones as well as areas designated for the disabled. *** NO U TURNS! ***  Please use caution when dropping off and picking up your child. Always follow the school zone speed limit.



All messages should be called into the office or classroom, and the teacher or office staff will see  that the child gets the message. Children are not permitted to use the telephone in the office, or  classroom without permission from school authority, and then it will be given only in the case of  necessity. Forgetting such things as homework, permission slips, or supplies does not constitute  necessity unless otherwise determined by the child’s teacher. A voice mail system has been  programmed for each teacher. Please call the office at 542-6130 if you wish to leave a message  for the principal or any of the teachers.  


Students will be allowed to make-up tests and other work missed during excused absences. The  teacher will inform the student of the new deadline. Failure to complete assignments will affect  the pupil’s grade.  

Students who will be out for extended absences will receive a “Ready Pack” with assignments to  be completed upon return. Schoolwork should be turned in when the child returns from an  absence. Missed work may be made up based on a schedule determined by the teacher.  Schoolwork missed because of unexcused absences, removal or suspension or truancy can be  made up at the teacher’s discretion.



Written reports of student progress are distributed at the end of each quarter of the school year.  Interim reports will be given each quarter to inform the parent of a student’s performance in a  specific class. Formal Conferences are held twice each school year with teachers and parents for  the purpose of discussing the progress of each child in the school. Check the school calendar for  the dates of the conferences. A conference can be initiated at the request of the parents.  Arrangements for those conferences must be worked out between the teachers and the parents  involved. If a joint conference with all the teachers seems desirable, the parents should notify the  teachers concerned for arrangements.  


To ensure the speedy transmission of necessary records, a transfer form must be completed  before a student leaves his/her present school. Parents should request the transfer form from the  office at least 48 hours in advance, and pick up the transfer in person. In some cases, a parent’s  signature may be required to secure or release needed records.  


The school nurse keeps a health folder on each child. This folder contains all necessary  immunization records as required by the State of Ohio Department of Health. It also contains  results of screening, (i.e. visual, hearing, speech) or any other information pertinent to the health  and physical well-being of the child.  


Vision, Hearing, and Scoliosis screenings are provided every year. Special presentations by the  school nurses include hand washing (Clean Cat) for Kindergarten, healthy snacks for the 2nd grade,  dental health for the 4th grade, adolescent development for the 5th grade and hygiene classes per  request. If a student becomes ill at school, we will contact the parent so they can make  arrangements to pick up their child. If we are unable to reach the parents, we will follow the  directions specified on the student’s Emergency Form. Parent(s) or persons appointed by the  parent, must report to the office and sign the student out.  

In the event that a student tests positive for COVID-19, the parent will be asked to quarantine their  child for 14 days or until released by a doctor with a negative COVID test. 



Under Ohio law, S.B. 262, medication (prescription or over the counter) may not be administered  without having on file a completed request/release form signed by the physician and  parent/guardian. All medication must be left in the school nurse’s office. School personnel are  authorized to administer only oral medication. If your child requires any other type of medication,  the child should either remain home or the parent/guardian may come to the school to administer  it.  



The child must have a Health Care Plan on file for emergency medical needs. The  parents/guardians must supply any necessary medications or treatments to the staff of  Kiser. 



Kiser adheres to all guidelines for identifying and reporting suspected child abuse and/or neglect  as specified by the State of Ohio Board of Education in its resolution relative to Child Abuse and  Neglect. In addition, we adhere to all Ohio Revised Codes as they relate to child abuse and  reporting.  


Minor injuries (little scrapes, bumps, etc.) are treated with Band-Aids or ice packs, etc. When  injuries are more serious, we will follow the same procedure as outlined under Illness at School.  When serious injuries demand immediate attention, the school office will call the Command  Center/911 and notify the parent/guardian. 


Lice are small insects about the size of a sesame seed. They move quickly, shy away from light and  are usually light brown. Nits are their eggs. They are tiny, grayish-white and oval, and usually attach themselves to the hair shaft. Lice are spread through head to head contact, or on clothes,  combs, brushes, upholstered furniture, pillows, or rugs. Head lice do not carry any disease, nor  does it mean that your child is not clean.  

However, to prevent further spread in the school, school administrators, a designee and/or the nurse will  perform screening examinations when needed.  

No student will be permitted to remain in school with lice or nits (lice eggs). If a student is found to have lice  or nits, parents will be called and are expected to pick their students immediately. All parents will be given  school recommendations for treatment when they pick their student up. Once a student has been treated,  the school administrators, designee, or school nurse will examine the student’s hair, prior to returning to  class. 


It is the responsibility of the custodial parent or legal guardian to notify the school of a child’s  change of custody. Copies of legal papers attesting to the change must be presented at the school.  The natural parent always has access to the student record unless those rights were lost through  adoption, court order, or the child reaching the age of majority. A divorce or change in custody  does not change the rights of the natural parents to their student’s record.  

The stepparent does not have access to the stepchild’s records unless the stepparent has adopted  the child, the natural parent has given power of attorney, or the natural parent shows the record  to the stepparent.  


Lockers are the property of the Dayton School district. Students may be assigned a locker in which  to keep books, school supplies, coats and gym clothes. They may not deface lockers in any way;  this includes decorating them with markers or stickers. School officials have the right to inspect  lockers. The school will not accept responsibility for lost, stolen or damaged possessions in lockers:  and/or for the locks that students may place on his/her locker. Students assigned lockers will be  required to rent a school-issued lock. 


If a child forgets to bring such items as lunch boxes, school bags, books, permission slips, or gym  clothes to school, parents may drop them off at the school office. 


A lost and found area will be identified in the building. Students will be asked to check that area  periodically for missing articles. All unclaimed lost and found articles will be donated to a clothing  charity at the start of Winter break, and at the end of the school year. Please encourage your child  to look for lost items in a timely manner. They are also requested to take those objects, which  have been found to this area, with the exception of jewelry, wristwatches, money, keys, and  glasses, which should be turned in to the office.  



All visitors who come to the school building during school hours, including parents or relatives of  students, must sign in at the school office upon arrival and receive a Visitor’s Pass. Also, visitors  should return the pass and sign out in the office when their business is completed.  


Listen to your local radio or television stations for any important announcements regarding school  schedule changes. We discourage calls to the school to ask about schedule changes. If school is  dismissed early, due to an emergency, we will notify local television and radio stations. However,  it is very important that you work out a plan of action ahead of time with your child. That plan  should include where they should go and what they are to do in case of an emergency that  requires their early dismissal from school. 


Smoking by students or adults is PROHIBITED on school property. This is in compliance with  Federal, State, and Local Laws.  


Students involved in fundraising for organizations other than Kiser may not sell items or take  orders from staff during school hours. They must have written permission from the school  principal for exceptions to this rule. Publicity or advertising material may be posted in school  only with administrative consent.



Field trips will be evaluated as to their educational benefit by the Principal and staff involved. Field trips should  flow directly from a classroom area of study. Some cultural field trips are provided on an early basis for specific  grade levels. No student will be permitted to participate in a field trip unless a permission slip, signed by a  parent, is on file at the school. 


A representative student group will be made up of four junior officers, two students from upper-level classes  and two students from the primary classes, under the guidance of a faculty moderator. It serves to enable  students to take a more active interest in the school and its affairs.  


If a scouting program is available, information will be given to students as to how to join.



Dayton Public School students are, as a whole, well mannered, responsible citizens of their school  and community. It is with a sense of urgency that Dayton School Officials, assisted by parents and  community representatives, have revised the conduct code to curb the actions of those few  students who would interfere with the education or safety of the responsible majority. The  primary goal of the code at the elementary school level is to improve or change behavior, not  retribution. All students will receive a copy of the Student Code of Conduct. Dayton Public Schools  and the Kiser staff believe that strong parental support is a prerequisite for effective discipline in  the school. Parental support must be strengthened through involving parents more actively with  the school and improving communication between home and school. When families accept the  responsibility for student behavior, parents, as well as school, will be held accountable for  inappropriate actions.  

This is especially true in areas of:  

  • Daily attendance  
  • Respect for teachers and other adults  
  • Self-Discipline  
  • Homework
  • School supplies
  • Respect for the rights of others  

A primary task of each Dayton Public school is to create a stimulating, safe learning environment  for all students. Within such a setting, students learn to exercise rights and assume responsibilities  as a citizen of their school community. Students must also learn to recognize and accept the  consequences of their actions. Each student has the right to an education without disruption and  a responsibility not to deny this right to other students.  

This Code of Conduct serves to aid students in making responsible decisions about their own  behavior and to inform students and parents of the sanctions, which will be applied when these  rules are disregarded. It applies to student conduct while on school property, on school buses,  on field trips, and at school sponsored activities.


Adequate support services must be available to implement intervention techniques and to carry  out effective sanctions. Support services at Kiser include:  

  • School Nurse  
  • School Psychologist  
  • School Counselor/Therapist
  • Intervention Assistance Team (IAT)
  • Intervention Assistance Liaison/Chair
  • Speech Therapist  
  • Audiologist  
  • Special Education Liaison  
  • School Resource Officer  
  • Technology Learning Coordinator
  • Occupational Therapist  
  • Adaptive Physical Education Teacher 



The School Media Center (Library) is a valuable resource for furthering the education of Kiser  students at all levels. Children in 1st to 3rd grade may borrow one book for one week. Students in 4th  to 6th grades may check out a book for two weeks. Fines for overdue books will be five (5) cents a  day for each day school is opened. Each child is responsible for the books they checkout from the  Media Center and is expected to return them on time and in good condition. If a book is lost or  destroyed, parents are expected to pay the cost of replacing the book. Supervised by a Media  Center Paraprofessional and volunteers, our Media Center is open during school hours. Parents  are urged to encourage their children to use this resource and to return all library books on time. 


Kiser does provide some computer services/access for our students. While students are  afforded many opportunities to enhance and supplement their learning, there are many  guidelines and regulations that apply when dealing with Internet access.  



Dayton Public Schools is pleased to offer Internet access to employees and students. The  DPS network may be used for teaching and learning activities, and educational collaboration  with other students in other cities, states, or countries. The computer and network system  will improve intercommunication between the local community and throughout the world. The  district system is limited to an educational purpose. This term includes the use of the system  for classroom activities, professional or career development and limited high-quality self discovery activities. Use of equipment for self–discovery may not in any way violate  restrictions established in the Acceptable Use Regulations.  


Acceptable Use:  

With access to computers and information networks, there is an availability of material that  may be considered inappropriate in an educational setting. Dayton Public Schools has  acquired software designed to block access to certain sites. It must be noted, however, that  no software is 100% effective. The district believes that the benefits of Internet access for our  staff and students outweigh the possibility that users may access material that is not in line  with the educational focus of the district.  

Child Internet Protection Act

The District uses Internet filtering software to protect its network and prevent students,  employees or other users from viewing undesirable sites. This filtering software is required by  law, the Child Internet Protection Act (CIPA) as a means to protect the District’s students. At no  time is any District student permitted to circumvent this software to access a denied site. Other  prohibited activities include: 

  • Utilizing internet “proxy” sites to circumvent Internet filtering software and filtered sites 
  • Accessing profane or obscene material, material suggesting illegal acts and/or material  advocating violence or discrimination 
  • Posting personal contact information 
  • Agreeing to meet someone online 
  • Using obscene, profane, lewd, vulgar, inflammatory or threatening language
  • Posting false or defamatory information 
  • Plagiarizing information found on the Internet 

A user who violates this agreement shall, at a minimum, have his or her access to the network  and Internet terminated and is subject to further disciplinary action by the school and/or district  administrator, and/or local or federal law enforcement.

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