Information Concerning social media, affilation, harassment, and this web site
Social Media: South Fremont High School has accounts set up on many social media networks, including but not
limited to, Facebook, Twitter, and Myspace. While the school benefits from the sharing of information through these
networks, South Fremont High School is not responsible for comments made to or about South Fremont High School. There
are many profiles with similar names, or identities to that of South Fremont High School, all of which are not affiliated
to this school. Any comments, information, new, contact information, and/or comments posted on/under these accounts
are not the responsibility of South Fremont High School. If you have any concerns, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Links Beyond this Web site: There are many cases throughout this Web site when links take you to different
Web sites. While we choose these outside links carefully, and only if they are beneficial to you and South Fremont
High School, there are still threats on the World Wide Web. The South Fremont High School provides many links to outside
Web sites, but is not responsible for the content of these Web sites. South Fremont High School Web site is not affiliated
with any links not under sd215.net.
District Web Policies: The Fremont School District is pleased to offer student and staff access to a computer
network for electronic information services. We strongly believe in the educational value of electronic services and
recognize the potential to support curriculum and student learning by facilitating resource sharing, innovation, and
communication. The Fremont School District will make every effort to protect students and staff from any misuse or
abuses as a result of their experience with an information service, but we expect that you, as a user, also abide by
these rules. Termination of use privileges will result from any abusive action.
Harassment, Cyber Bullying: The student handbook states that unacceptable behavior includes (but is not limited
to) fighting, intimidating, hazing, assault, harassment, profanity, vulgarity, and disorderly conduct toward others.
This, of course, applies to use of network, social network, electronic mail, and any other means of communication via
network and Internet. Section 507 of district policy states: "It is the policy of this school district to maintain
a learning environment that is free from harassment, bullying, and intimidation. Each student has the right to attend
school in an atmosphere that promotes equal opportunities and that is free from all forms of discrimination and conduct
that can be considered harassing, bullying, intimidating, coercive, or disruptive." Again, these laws apply to the
use of this web site, as well as any Web content found while using the resources of this school district. Cyberbullying
is defined to include ethnic slurs, racial jokes, verbal/physical abuse or other offensive or persistently annoying
conduct directed at someone's gender, sexual orientation, race, color, national origin, religious beliefs, ethnic background,
or disability which:
Has the purpose or effect of creating an intimidating or hostile environment.
Unreasonably interferes with an individual's educational performance.
Otherwise adversely affects an individual's educational opportunities.
Idaho State Law allows school administration to suspend any students guilty of harassing other students using a computer
School on this Web site will have the last names omitted. This is solely for the safety, and privacy of that student.
Thus, any mention of a student on South Fremont High School's Web site will only have a first name; no student's last
name will ever be present.
Web Responsibility: Regardless of the management's attempt to protect the users online and on this website,
South Fremont High School does not guarantee that the content on this website will coincide with any belief, opinion,
religion, and/or position. Remember that this website is written and mantained by students of South Fremont High School.
Fremont School District 215: Network Services Acceptable Use Policy
The Guidelines for computer use in the school district
Accounts: Network login accounts shall be used only by the authorized owner of the account. No attempt to
gain unauthorized access to accounts is permitted. Keep your passwords private.
Be Polite: Never send, or encourage others to send, messages that are impolite.
Language: Remember that your are a representative of your school and district when you are on-line. Always
use language that is appropriate and respectful in your messages. Use of vulgarities or any other inappropriate language
Privacy: Do not send any message that includes personal information, such as a home address or phone number,
for yourself or any other person without express permission. Report to your teacher any person who asks for personal
information. Do not read other people's mail or trespass into other people's files.
E-Mail: Electronic mail is not guaranteed to be private. The teacher may check e-mail to make sure that it
is appropriate. Access to e-mail accounts may be disallowed if guidelines are not followed.
Information: The Fremont County School District makes no guarantees of any kind about the accuracy of information
found online. Transmission of any material in violation of any law is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited
to: copyrighted material, threatening or obscene material, or material protected by trade secrets.
Copyright: Do not use other people's information as your own. Always give credit to the original creators
of the information you find online.
Vandalism: Do not damage or attempt to gain unauthorized access to any school computer system (hardware or
software). Never move, delete, modify, or damage any applications or files that are not yours.
Software: Do not load any program onto any computer without the permission of the teacher or a network administrator.
Services: The Fremont County School District makes no warranties of any kind, whether expressed or implied,
for the service it is providing. The District will not be responsible for any damages you suffer while on this system.
Damages may include loss of data resulting from delays, non-deliveries, mis-deliveries, or service interruptions caused
by negligence, errors, or omissions.
Other: The school principal or network administrator may determine behavior to be inappropriate.