Technology Acceptable Use Policy and Guidelines

Technology allows free communication between people from all around the world. For this reason, the King George County School Division makes an effort to restrict and monitor access to material that may be inappropriate or harmful to the students who attend school in the division. Access to division technology and technology resources is contingent upon each user's ability and willingness to adhere to the guidelines set forth in this policy. Users who do not or will not adhere to this policy will lose the privilege to use the technology resources provided by King George County School Division.

All use of the King George County School Division's computer system shall be consistent with the School Board's goal of promoting educational excellence by facilitating resource sharing, innovation and communication. The term computer system includes hardware, software, data, communication lines and devices, terminals, printers, CD-ROM devices, tape drives, servers, mainframe and personal computers, portable memory/hard drives, handheld devices, the Internet and any other internal or external network, including email.

Users of the network within King George County School Division have the responsibility to respect and protect the rights of every other user. Account holders and users, including staff, students, and authorized users are expected to act in a responsible, ethical and legal manner and are expected to comply with King George County School Division Acceptable Computer Technology Use Policy. Users of KGCS technology will also abide by county, state and federal laws in regards to Internet and computer usage.

 KGCS Technology Guidelines (In accordance with the Acceptable Use Policy) 2024-2025

KGCS Acceptable Computer System Use Policy 

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