The whole bunch is here for our school:
We don't have a written policy as to circumstances that would allow
filtering to be bypassed; I would be interested in seeing how other places
handle this issue.
222 S. Main St.
Rochester, VT 05767
From: Steve Jarrett [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Friday, February 20, 2004 9:08 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: internet-use school board policies, but not AUPs
To Listservees and Listservettes,
Our school board wants to read other districts' Internet Use policies.
I am not referring to student and staff acceptable use policies, but I
mean the type of philosophical policy that gets warned, discussed at
school board meetings, voted-on and put in the policy manual.
Also looking for similar filtering policies, if they are not already
included in internet policy.
Would you please refer me to your web links or share your school
board's policy via an attachment?
The usual disclaimer: Please excuse multiple postings.
District Technology Coordinator
Mount Mansfield Union School District
Chittenden East Supervisory Union
(802) 899 - 3711
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