If a student violates any part of the GCS Student Acceptable Use Policy, he/she will be subject to the following discipline at Woodland Elementary:
When a student loses Chromebook privileges, the Chromebook will remain in teacher’s possession. Student may use Chromebook to complete assessments at teacher’s discretion. Alternative assignments may be given. At administration’s discretion and on a case-by-case basis, different, additional and more serious consequences may be enforced depending on frequency and severity of the offense.
Student Pledge for Chromebook Use
I understand that my use of the Chromebook is subject to all applicable District policies and regulations, including but not limited to the Greenville County Schools Acceptable Use Policy, as well any applicable provisions of the Student Handbook and any individual building policies and procedures.
Students are strictly prohibited from the following actions while using their Chromebook (Woodland Elementary School reserves the right to modify this list at any time.):
Illegal installation or transmission of copyrighted materials.
Misuse of Chromebooks has the potential to earn disciplinary consequences such as, but not limited to, lunch detentions, In-School Suspensions, and Out-of-School Suspensions as well as loss of Chromebook privileges. Examples of conduct warranting disciplinary action include, but are not limited to the following: