Gen Info

  • School Hours– 7:50-2:50
  • Morning Program
  • After-School Program
  • Grading Scale: Grades K-6 will be receiving report cards every 9 weeks. In addition to the 9-week report, progress reports are sent out at the midpoint of grading periods.  Grades 1-2 will also receive grades from the following grading scale. The following grading scale will be used in grades 3-6.

Grading Scale
A = 93-100 
 (no grade will exceed 100 on report card)
B = 85-92
C = 75-84
D = 70-74
            F = 69 and below
S = satisfactory         U = unsatisfactory          P = pass        N = not pass

  • Tobacco Policy
  • Medication: Any medication required by a student at school should be brought to the office or to the school nurse by his or her parent or guardian with fully written directions for administration. This includes over-the-counter medications.
  • Technology

 

Claiborne County Board of Education
Mobile Technology Agreement and Procedure
Student, Educator, & Staff

The Claiborne County Board of Education offers opportunity to access and utilize the vast range of applications available through the use of mobile technology. To maintain the utmost professional use of this equipment, all students must abide by School Board Policies and the following guidelines set by Claiborne County Schools.

Terms of Use
· Mobile technology is for instructional purposes only and should be used in a responsible and ethical manner.
· All apps or downloads must have educational purposes.
· All activity over the network or using district technologies will be monitored.
· Printing is a privilege and must be used for educational purposes
· Use of personal 3G, 4G, or other wireless connection is not allowed while on school property.
· Users of this or any other technology are expected to alert school/county administration immediately of any concerns for safety or security.
· Mobile technology will be returned during the final week of school so it can be checked for serviceability.
· If a student, educator, or staff member transfers, is suspended, or a student is sent to the Alternative School, the mobile device must be returned to the instructor/administrator who issued the device.
· Users may not use the devices to record, transmit or post photos or video of a person or persons on campus. Nor can any images or video recorded at school be transmitted or posted at any time without the express permission of a teacher or administrator.
· Damages or neglect to the mobile technology will cause the Claiborne County Board of Education to charge the student replacement and repair costs(s) based on fair market value.
· All technology used on school property may be subject to inspection.
· The Claiborne County Board of Education reserves the right to repossess any mobile technology at any time if the user does not fully comply with all terms of this agreement.
· Security of the device is the responsibility of the user and must be in a secured location when not in use.
· All School Board Policies must be adhered to and include but not limited to:
“3.300” Equipment and Supplies Management
“4.406” Use of the Internet
“4.407” Web Pages
“5.610” Staff and Student Relations
“6.709” Fees and fines
· Additional guidelines may be added or changes may be made during the school year by Administration.
Student Use of Device
1. Devices are required to be brought to school each day with a fully charged battery. Students leaving devices at home will be required to complete alternate assignments at the discretion of the teacher.
2. A dead battery is not an excuse for late or missing work.
3. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure work is not lost due to mechanical failure or accidental deletion. All work should be backed up.
4. Sound must be turned down unless necessary for the assignment.
5. Student-provided headphones or ear buds may be required for some assignments.
6. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that the device is secured in a locker with a lock or other safe location when not being used.
7. Keep all passwords private. You are responsible for your own accounts.
8. DO NOT loan your iPad to anyone.
9. Printing will be on a limited basis as needed for educational purposes.

Care of Device 
1. Never attempt to repair the device. Under no circumstances are you to attempt to open or tamper with the internal components of the device.
2. Never attempt to “jailbreak”, hack into, or reconfigure the device.
3. Devices should always be in the protective cases.
4. All devices should have a passcode or password for data protection
5. Devices in need of repair must be reported to the instructor who issued you the device.
6. Dimming the LCD brightness of your screen will extend the battery run time.
7. Do not write, draw, paint, place stickers/labels or otherwise deface your device or device case. Remember these devices are the property of Claiborne County Schools.
8. Never put weight on the device.
9. Liquids, food, and other debris can damage the device. Do not eat or drink while using the device.
10. Take care when inserting cords, cables, and other removable storage devices to avoid damage to the ports. First, plug your power supply into the electrical outlet. Second, plug your power cord into your device. When disconnecting, reverse the process.
10. Do not expose the device to extreme temperatures, direct sunlight, or ultraviolet light for extended periods of time and never leave your device in a vehicle.
11. Clean the screen with a soft, dry, anti-static or micro-fiber cloth. Do not use any type of liquid or water to clean the screen. You may clean touch screen with a lightly (not wet) lint free cloth. Wash hands frequently when using the device to avoid build-up on the glass touch pad.

Lost, damaged, or Stolen Devices
1. Immediately report to instructor or administrator
2. If stolen – Attempt to locate device on cloud based location program.
a. Instructor or administrator must report incident to law enforcement and file report.
b. Instructor or administrator must immediately report incident to School SRO officer, Technology Supervisor, & Safety Director and provide a copy of the police report.
3. If Lost – Attempt to locate device on cloud based location program.
a. Physically hunt device in all known locations where user has been.
b. Instructor or administrator must immediately report incident to School SRO officer and Technology Supervisor and provide a copy of the situation.
c. Assessment and determination of situation will be made.
d. Request for cost of replacement will be made to the user.
e. User will be provided an alternate means by which work can be completed.
4. If Damaged
a. User must provide, to the instructor or administrator, a detailed description of the damage, how the damage occurred, and how the damage is impacting the functionality of the device.
b. Instructor or administrator must report incident to School SRO officer and Technology Supervisor and provide a copy of the damage assessment.
c. Assessment and determination of situation will be made.
d. Request for cost of repair or replacement will be made to the user.
e. User will be provided an alternate means by which work can be completed.
5. Users are financially responsible for the loss or any damage to the device and are responsible for the cost of repairs or replacement.

Technology Agreement
It is the District’s expectation that all network user access and device usage will be in a responsible manner. All electronic communications, including email and internet communications should conform to the school district’s acceptable use policies. Users shall have no expectation of privacy when using district technology. Any email or computer application or information in district technology is subject to monitoring by the staff and/or administration. All mobile technology will be labeled in the manner specified by the school and district. Mobile technology can be identified by record of serial number and county label.

I agree to abide by all Policy and Procedures regarding Mobile Technology. I understand and will abide by the above policy and guidelines. I further understand that any violation of the above may result in the loss of my network and/or device privileges as well as other disciplinary action.

Print Name_____________________________________________

Signature Date__________________________________________

As a parent I understand that my child will be responsible for abiding by the above policy and guidelines. I have read and discussed them with her/him and understand the responsibility in the use of Mobile Technology.

Parent Signature _______________________________Date_____________________
Appropriate Internet, Technology and Network Usage

Network etiquette includes but is not limited to the following:
• Do not reveal your own personal address or phone number or those of other students or colleagues.
• Keep your password private.
• Use appropriate language and show consideration and respect for others at all times.
• Do not use offensive messages, pictures or suggestive statements.
• Do not use threatening or harassing communication.
• Do not use technology to steal. Do not illegally copy software, use resources without authorization, or plagiarize the intellectual property of others.
• Cite all quotes, references, and sources and always follow copyright rules and laws.
• Be mindful of the rights of other network users. Do not violate the privacy of other users.
• Do not use the network in any way that would disrupt its operation or that would interfere with another user’s work and abide by the policies and procedures of each network.
• Printing is a privilege and should be used for educational purposes only.
• Always think about the social consequences of what you do on the network and its lasting impact. 
This contract must be renewed each year. Please check the appropriate line, sign, and return this form to the school.

STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES
As an Internet, Technology, and Network user, I have read the Acceptable Use Policy concerning the appropriate use. Should the user commit any violation, access privileges may be limited, suspended, or revoked and disciplinary action will be taken. (Questions should be directed to the principal)
School _______________________________
User Name (print)_________________________

User Signature ________________________
Date _______________

PARENT OR GUARDIAN OF STUDENTS
As a Parent or Guardian of an Internet, Technology, and Network user, I have read the Acceptable Use Policy concerning the appropriate use. Should the student commit any violation, access privileges may be limited, suspended, or revoked and disciplinary action will be taken. (Questions should be directed to the principal)

  • My child may use the school Internet, Technology, and the Network according to the rules.
  • I prefer that my child NOT use the Internet while at school.

Parent/Guardian Signature________________________      
Date: ___________