Policies and Processes
Any use of technology within East Noble School Corporation must be consistent with the corporation's goal of "maximizing the potential of every person every day" by facilitating resource sharing, innovation, and communication.  Guidance and instruction will be provided and required for each individual granted access to a device through the school.  The use of school accounts must be in support of education and research and must be consistent with the educational objectives of the school corporation. 

East Noble's Board of Education has agreed to and adopted the East Noble School Corporation Responsible Use Policy, which outlines appropriate use of district-issued technology and devices.  Additionally, students and parents must review and acknowledge their understanding of the following documents through the online registration process:  the Student/Parent Laptop Agreement, the COPPA Form for Verifiable Parental Consent (Grades K-6), the FERPA Policy, an iPad Home Agreement (Grades K-4), and document stating changes in our laptop Accidental Damage Protection Policy

East Noble abides by the federal regulations set for the the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) in regards to protecting children's rights online.  Information about COPPA and a list of sites East Noble uses under the consent agreement can be found on our COPPA page linked here or at the link on the above left.

All East Noble students are instructed in digital citizenship throughout the school year.  Some examples of the digital citizenship instruction that occur here include videos created by East Noble High School's Video Production Class entitled "ENVision Media," lessons created by technology peer coaches similar to Lance Yoder's blog entitled "Edgaged," and Digital Citizenship Courses through Canvas for students in grades 7-12. 

An overview of other important policies and procedures for East Noble's One-to-One Initiative can be found within the ENSC Technology Handbook.

Disciplinary Actions Regarding Technology

The rules and regulations of the ENSC Responsible Use Policy will be enforced.  Failure to abide by this policy will result in disciplinary action.  This could include:
  1. Warning
  2. Detention or loss of school privileges and parent contact
  3. Loss of access to technology and parent conference.
  4. Up to 10 days out-of-school suspension and parent conference.
  5. Up to 10 days out-of-school suspension and recommendation for expulsion for semester/year.
  6. Involvement of legal authorities.
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