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One Apple iPad, charger and case in good working order are being lent to the student. It is the Student’s responsibility to care for the equipment and ensure that it is retained in a safe environment.

This equipment is, and at all times remains, the property of North Fork Local Schools and is here with lent to the student for educational purposes only for the academic school year. The student may not deface or destroy this property in any way. Inappropriate use of the machine may result in the student losing his/her right to use the iPad. The equipment will be returned when requested by North Fork Local Schools, or sooner, if the student withdraws from North Fork Local prior to the end of the school year.
The District Property may only be used by the students for non-commercial purposes, in accordance with district policies and rules, the District Acceptable Use Policy, as well as local, state, and federal statutes.

Students may not install or use any software other than software owned or approved by the district and made available to the student in accordance with this Receipt and Agreement.

Once user with specific privileges and capabilities has been set up on the iPad, the student agrees to make no attempts to change, or allow others to change, the privileges and capabilities of this user account.

The student may not make any attempt to add, delete, access, or modify other users accounts on the iPad or on any school owned computer.

The North Fork Local Schools network is provided for the academic use of all students and staff. The student agrees to take no action that would interfere with the efficient, academic use of the network.

Identification labels have been placed on the iPad. These labels are not to be removed or modified. If they become damage or missing, contact the district tech support for replacements. Additional stickers, labels, tags, or markings of any kind are not to be added to the machine.

An email account will be available for each student to use, for appropriate academic communication with other students and staff members only. This email is for communication within the school district.

The student agrees to use his/her best efforts to assure the district property is not damaged or rendered inoperable by any such electronic virus while in student’s possession.

The student acknowledges and agrees that the his/her use of the iPad is a privilege and that by the student’s agreement to the terms hereof, acknowledges his/her responsibility to protect and safeguard the district property and to return the same in good condition repair upon request by North Fork Local Schools.

Parent Responsibilities

Your son/daughter has been issued an iPad to improve and personalize his/her education this year. It is essential that the following guidelines be followed to ensure the safe, efficient, and ethical operation of this computer:

· I will supervise my child’s use of the iPad at home

· I will discuss our family values and expectations regarding the use of the internet and email at home

· I will supervise my child’s use of the Internet and email

· I will not attempt to repair the iPad, nor will I attempt to clean it with anything other than a soft dry cloth

· I will report to the school any problems with the iPad

· I will not load or delete any software from the iPad

· I will make sure my child recharges the iPad battery nightly

· I will make sure my child brings the iPad to school every day

· I understand that if my child comes to school without the iPad, I may be called to bring it to school

· I agree to make sure that the iPad is returned to school when requested and upon my child’s withdrawal from North Fork Local Schools.


The purpose of this document focuses on Internet usage, but applies to all computer usage in the North Fork Local Schools. All students have access to computers in the classroom, libraries and labs that are connected to The Local School Network. The Local School Network has reference materials, word processing, and other educational programs. The Internet is a separate privilege, which allows students’ access to the World Wide Web (Internet). Students in kindergarten through third grade will not have personal access to the Internet. Internet access is not available to any students unless the Computer Acceptable Use Agreement Form has been completed and signed.

With access to the Internet, there is material available that is considered to be of educational value in the context of the school setting. The Board has implemented the use of Technology Protection Measures which is a specific technology that will protect against (e.g., block/filter) Internet access to visual displays that are obscene, child pornography or pornography, and other material that is obscene, objectionable, inappropriate and /or harmful to minors. However, on the Internet, it is impossible to control all materials, and students may discover controversial information.

North Fork Local Schools firmly believe that the valuable information available on the Internet far outweighs the possibility that students may access materials that are not consistent with educational goals of our district. Parent/Guardians assume this risk by consenting to allow their students to participate in the use of the Internet. Students accessing the Internet through the school’s computers assume personal responsibility and liability, both civil and criminal, for unauthorized or inappropriate use of the Internet.

These guidelines are provided so that parents/guardians may be aware of the student’s responsibilities. These guidelines require the student to use The Local School Network and Internet in an efficient, ethical, and legal manner. System administrators reserve the right to monitor the Local School Network and Internet use, while respecting the privacy of the student. If a student violates any of these provisions, the student’s account may be terminated and future access could be denied.

As the parent/guardian of this student, I have read the Student Network and Internet Acceptable Use and Safety Policy and Guidelines, and have discussed them with my child. I will not hold the Board (or any of its employees, administrators or officers) responsible for materials my child may acquire or come in contact with while on the Internet. I further understand that individuals and families may be liable for violations. The extent that proprietary rights in the design of a web site hosted on the Board’s servers would vest in my child upon creation, I agree to assign those rights to the Board.