Vermont Information Technology Grade Expectations:
Pre-K & K:
Sending an email message to another local user.
Sending an email message to a remote user (i.e., using address with @).
Differentiating between an email and web address.
Sending and receiving an email attachment.
Including the text of the original message in their reply (using quotes).
Using cc: to copy a message to another individual.
Using reply options (e.g., reply sender, reply group, reply conference).
Adding an entry into address book and using to send a message.
Attaching a file to an email message and noting in the body the file format.
Creating a mailing list.
Combining and compressing multiple files and sending as an attachment.
Creating a signature.
none... although it seems the opportunity to mature responsible and meaningful use is to be cultivated further
Mark Arnold, Morristown School District
From: School Information Technology Discussion on behalf of Steve Metcalf
Sent: Fri 2/18/2005 10:27 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: high school email systems and students
Don't know about RUHS but would suspect NO. But at our elementary school
Ed Barry's answer is the right one. Recently we gave an email account to
the daughter of a National Guardsman on deployment in Iraq so she could
talk to dad. Of course, any student accounts are carefully monitored.
Stephen Metcalf, Co-Principal
Randolph Elementary School
40 Ayers Brook Road
Randolph, VT 05060-1012