Central Columbia School District
 Community Web Portal User Agreement

The Central Columbia Community Web Portal ('Portal') is intended to provide a safe and secure environment for the Central Columbia School District community to communicate easily and effectively with parents, students and school district staff. The Portal is made available to all students, parents, and school district staff and will provide qualified users with a variety of services.
 

The smooth operation of the Portal relies in part on the proper conduct of the users who must adhere to strict guidelines administered by the Central Columbia School District. The District's Acceptable Use Policy and the guidelines outlined below must be followed. Efficient, ethical, and legal utilization of the portal resources are required. Parents and students will adhere to the laws, policies, and rules governing the Portal including, but not limited to, the District's Acceptable Use Policy, copyright laws, rights of software publishers, license agreements, and student rights of privacy created by federal and state law, District rules, policies and agreements, and Internet service provider agreements.

In response for the privilege of accessing the Central Columbia School District Community Web Portal, every parent/guardian is expected to act in a responsible, ethical and legal manner.
 
  1. Parents will not share their user identification, password(s) and Personal Identification Number (PIN) with anyone.
     
  2. Parents will not attempt to harm or destroy data of their own children, of another user, or school or district network.
     
  3. Parents will not use the Central Columbia Community Web Portal for any illegal activity, including the violation of data privacy laws. Anyone found to be violating laws may be subject to civil and/or criminal prosecution.
     
  4. Parents will not access data or any account owned by another user. All student information must be collected, maintained, used, disclosed, and re-disclosed in compliance with all privacy laws, rules, policies and orders.
     
  5. A parent who identifies a security problem(s) with the Portal must notify the Director of Technology's office immediately, without demonstrating, discussing, or sharing in any way the problem(s) to anyone else.
     
  6. Parents who are identified as a security risk to the Portal may be denied its use, and/or be disciplined on a case-by-case basis pursuant to the District's Acceptable Use Policy, and other District policies, rules and agreements.