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Parents » RBUSD Distance Learning Acceptable Use Policy for Parents/Guardians and Students

RBUSD Distance Learning Acceptable Use Policy for Parents/Guardians and Students

RBUSD Distance Learning Acceptable Use Policy for Parents/Guardians and Students

 

Parents/Guardians:

  • It is the responsibility of parents/guardians to supervise their child(ren) while they are working online and to ensure any content which they are submitting to their teacher is appropriate.
  • Distance Learning virtual sessions are designed for students. To prevent disruptions to the learning environment, parents/guardians shall not actively participate in Distance Learning virtual sessions, although parents/guardians may assist their child with technology and/or remain nearby.
  • Any confidential or personally identifiable information related to students participating during a virtual session should not be collected, discussed, or shared.
  • Under no circumstances should pictures or recordings be taken of audio/video web conferencing sessions without prior permission of the teacher. Please see CA Educational Code 51512 for more information.
  • Contact shared with students is for the sole purpose of instruction and not to be distributed via social media platforms or any other means.

Students:

  • Always be respectful and courteous to other students and teachers during virtual class sessions. Inappropriate, offensive or threatening comments, misrepresentation of identity, and/or disruptive behavior by any participants during virtual check-in sessions will not be tolerated.
  • For the safety and security of all participants, students must clearly identify themselves when entering a web conference by enabling the video camera and displaying first and last name.
  • Students shall not take screenshots, pictures or recordings of their video conferencing sessions.
  • Login credentials and web conferencing links must not be shared. Sharing of login information and links violates other students’ and teachers’ rights to confidentiality, and could allow class participation by unauthorized persons and/or lead to disruptive behaviors that detract from a productive and positive learning environment.
  • Students who are disruptive and/or “trespass” Distance Learning virtual sessions, will receive appropriate consequences per CA Ed Code 48900.  Consequences may result in temporary or permanent loss of technology access, which would prevent the student from participating in Distance Learning virtual sessions. Students receiving this consequence would have assignments provided to the student’s parent/guardian.
  • Under no circumstances should pictures or recordings be taken of audio/video web conferencing sessions without prior permission of the teacher. Please see CA Educational Code 51512 for more information.
  • Students should adhere to the provisions identified in the Board of Education Policy 5131 - Conduct. Other applicable Board Policies include:

Board Policy 5137 - Positive School Climate
Board Policy 5145.3(a) - Non-Discrimination/Harassment
Board Policy 5131.2 (a)  - Bullying, Cyberbullying, Harassment, or Intimidation