Students may not use a school telephone except in an emergency, and then only with permission. Students may use their electronic devices during non-instructional time. Non-instructional time is defined as before school, after the school bell rings to dismiss, during passing periods, and during the student’s lunch. Students are not permitted to use the camera or recording features of electronic devices unless directed by the classroom teacher. Any unauthorized use will result in consequences including confiscation (see Section II: Student Discipline Procedures). All student devices are subject to the technology acceptable use policy. The school is not responsible for loss or theft of electronic devices.
Middle and High School procedures: On the first offense, the student or parent may pick up the confiscated telecommunications device from the principal’s office for a fee of $5. On the second offense, the student or parent may pick up the confiscated telecommunications device from the principal’s office for a fee of $15. On all subsequent offenses, only the parent may pick up the confiscated telecommunications device from the principal’s office for a fee of $15.
Confiscated telecommunications devices that are not retrieved by the student or the student’s parents will be disposed of after the notice required by law. [See policy FNCE.]
In limited circumstances and in accordance with law, a student’s personal telecommunications device may be searched by authorized personnel. [See Searches and policy FNF.]
Any disciplinary action will be in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct. The district is not responsible for damaged, lost, or stolen telecommunications devices. (ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES pg. 37)