• Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)
      (AUP located on Page 5)
    This Information can be found in both the student Handbook as well as the Teacher Handbook
    Copyright Laws
     
         Most software is subject to US copyright law and can only be used with the permission of the

    copyright holder. No software may be placed on any device maintained by the District without

    written authorization from the District’s Technology Department. Additionally, no districtowned

    software may be copied or installed on any non-District devices without express written

    permission from the district technology department. Illegal installation of software on district

    equipment is subject to disciplinary action and criminal prosecution. Holders of specific

    authorized software (non-standard applications) should be able to produce upon request, both

    written permission for the installation of such software and appropriate valid license

    documentation.
     
     
    Student Work & Photos
     
        No non-directory information will be posted in an electronic forum under the district’s control

    unless the District has received written consent from the student’s parent. Directory Information

    as Defined by Aubrey Board Policy FL (LEGAL) is outlined as follows:

    Directory information includes, but is not limited to, the student's name, address, telephone

    listing, electronic mail address, photograph, date and place of birth, dates of attendance, grade

    level, enrollment status, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and

    height of members of athletic teams, honors and awards received, and the most recent

    educational agency or institution attended.

    The District may release information if it has given public notice of:

    1. The types of personally identifiable information that it has designated as directory

    information.

    2. The right of the parent to refuse to permit the District to designate any or all of that

    information about the student as directory information.

    3. The period of time within which the parent must notify the District in writing that he or

    she does not want any or all of those types of information about the student designated as

    directory information.

    The parent shall have until the end of the first two weeks of class to submit a letter to the

    Aubrey Administration requesting that any or all directory information regarding their

    child be withheld. This includes photos of their child posted on the district web site or

    campus newsletters etc.

    Letters regarding this matter can be addressed to:

    Directory Information Withholding Request

    415 Tisdell Lane

    Aubrey, Texas 76227

             
    Computer Viruses
        

         Attempt to access or circumvent passwords or other security related

    information of the district, students, or employees or

    upload or create computer viruses, including off school

    property if the conduct causes a substantial disruption to the

    educational environment.

    The following discipline management techniques may be used—alone or in combination—for

    behavior prohibited by the Student Code of Conduct or by campus or classroom rules:

     Verbal correction, oral or written.

     Cooling-off time or “time-out.”

     Seating changes within the classroom.

     Temporary confiscation of items that disrupt the educational

    process.

     Rewards or demerits.

     Behavioral contracts.

     Counseling by teachers, counselors, or administrative

    personnel.

     Parent-teacher conferences.

     Grade reductions for cheating, plagiarism, and as otherwise

    permitted by policy.

     Detention.