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During the school day, District 131 students may use online, web-based tools and applications that are used to enrich classroom instruction and independent learning. These resources are operated by third-party services. In order for our students to use these important resources, basic student information must be provided to the third parties. Under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), these web-based tools and applications must notify parents and obtain consent before collecting this information from children under 13 years of age. In addition, under this law, schools are permitted to consent to the collection of this information on behalf of its students. This eliminates the need for individual parental consent given directly to each website or app provider.

East Aurora School District 131 takes student privacy very seriously and has taken steps to ensure students are safe online. As a community of online learners, we have individual responsibilities to ensure safe digital citizenship and appropriate use of technology:

District 131 Staff Members will: 

  • Only use district-approved online resources available on the Technology Apps & Resources Approval List.
  • Submit requests to use a new online resource to the Instructional Technology department.
  • Monitor student accounts and be in accordance with guidelines on the Technology Apps & Resources Approval List
  • Demonstrate and monitor the student use of the online resources during school hours. 
  • Model positive and enriching online use.

District 131 Students will: 

  • Follow established classroom and school expectations for acceptable use and behavior in the Student-Parent handbook.
  • Keep personal and login information private. 
  • Use all online resources in a positive and educational manner. 

District 131 Community should: 

  • Stay involved; be alert and aware of your students online/internet activity.  
  • Ask about the projects your student is learning about and creating.  

Below is a list of approved online resources:

After School  

Assessment

Business        

Classroom Management    

Computer Science (Coding)

Communications      

Creation        

Literacy         

Learning Management        

Numeracy     

Multi-Curricular       

Other 

Research       

Science          

Social Science           

Social-Emotional      

Online Resources

During the school day, District 131 students may use online, web-based tools and applications that are used to enrich classroom instruction and independent learning. These resources are operated by third-party services. In order for our students to use these important resources, basic student information must be provided to the third parties. Under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), these web-based tools and applications must notify parents and obtain consent before collecting this information from children under 13 years of age. In addition, under this law, schools are permitted to consent to the collection of this information on behalf of its students. This eliminates the need for individual parental consent given directly to each website or app provider.

East Aurora School District 131 takes student privacy very seriously and has taken steps to ensure students are safe online. As a community of online learners, we have individual responsibilities to ensure safe digital citizenship and appropriate use of technology:

District 131 Staff Members will: 

  • Only use district-approved online resources available on the Technology Apps & Resources Approval List.
  • Submit requests to use a new online resource to the Instructional Technology department.
  • Monitor student accounts and be in accordance with guidelines on the Technology Apps & Resources Approval List
  • Demonstrate and monitor the student use of the online resources during school hours. 
  • Model positive and enriching online use.

District 131 Students will: 

  • Follow established classroom and school expectations for acceptable use and behavior in the Student-Parent handbook.
  • Keep personal and login information private. 
  • Use all online resources in a positive and educational manner. 

District 131 Community should: 

  • Stay involved; be alert and aware of your students online/internet activity.  
  • Ask about the projects your student is learning about and creating.  

Below is a list of approved online resources:

After School  

Assessment

Business        

Classroom Management    

Computer Science (Coding)

Communications      

Creation        

Literacy         

Learning Management        

Numeracy     

Multi-Curricular       

Other 

Research       

Science          

Social Science           

Social-Emotional