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1 to 1 Chromebook Initiative
The 1 to 1 Chromebook Initiative places a device in the hands of every student, Grades 2-12. This allows us to eliminate most computer labs while increasing computer access to every student in the district in addition to reducing paper waste. Students in second through sixth grade will each have access to a Chromebook in their classroom via a Chromebook cart. Students in seventh through twelfth grade will have a Chromebook assigned to them that they are expected to transport from home to school each day.
Highlights of the 1 to 1 Chromebook Initiative include:
- A Chromebook for every student (Grades 2-12)
- Google Workspace for Education accounts for every student (Grades PK-12)
- Palo Alto and Securly filtering for web safety and security
Chrome devices use the first operating system designed with ongoing threats in mind. It uses the principle of "defense in depth" to provide multiple layers of protection, so if any layer is "bypassed", others are still in effect. While it is always important to take precautions to protect your data, Chrome devices let you breathe just a little bit easier. Instead of teachers spending precious class time trying to get the technology up and running, the security is built-in and updates itself without relying on IT support. When used with Gmail’s built-in email virus and spam protection, Chrome devices are fast and secure tools that require little upkeep to maintain their high level of security.
Liberty Local Schools Filtering
Liberty Local Schools uses the Securly Web-Based Filtering Platform. Securly is our cybersecurity solution that maintains Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) compliance and protects sensitive data. Securly’s signature cloud-based web filter for schools keeps students safe on all devices. It includes visibility into online activity, downloaded or emailed reports, and notifications for flagged content from the most sophisticated AI engine in student safety. Learn more by visiting the Securly website.
What If My Student Violates The Student Acceptable Use and Internet Safety Policy?
Violations may result in the following actions being taken:
- Verbal warning to the student
- Warning and loss of computer privileges for the day
- Warning and loss of computer privileges for the week; notification to the parent of student misuse
- Parent notification and loss of computer privileges for the year
- Students may face other disciplinary actions as deemed appropriate by the school administrator
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