6:235-E2 – Staff Authorization for Electronic Network Access

This form accompanies Administrative Procedure 6:235-AP1, Acceptable Use of Electronic Networks. Each staff member must sign this Authorization as a condition for using the District’s Electronic Network connection. Please submit this form to the Building Principal.

All use of the Internet shall be consistent with the District’s goal of promoting educational excellence by facilitating resource sharing, innovation, and communication. This Authorization does not attempt to state all required or proscribed behavior by users. However, some specific examples are provided. The failure of any user to follow the terms of Administrative Procedure 6:235-AP1, Acceptable Use of Electronic Networks, will result in the loss of privileges, disciplinary action, and/or legal action. The signature at the end of this document is legally binding and indicates that the individual has read the terms and conditions carefully and understands their significance.

Staff members need only sign this Authorization for Electronic Network Access once while employed by the School District.

  • I understand and will abide by the Acceptable Use of Electronic Networks. I understand that the District and/or its agents may access and monitor my use of the District’s electronic network, including the Internet, my email and downloaded material, without prior notice to me. I further understand that should I commit any violation, my access privileges may be revoked, and disciplinary action and/or legal action may be taken. In consideration for using the District’s electronic network connection and having access to public networks, I hereby release the School District and its School Board members, employees, and agents from any claims and damages arising from my use of, or inability to use the District’s electronic network, including the Internet.

User Name (please print):  ________________________________

User Signature:  ________________________________

Date:  _____________________

Date Approved:   October 12, 2011