Parent or Guardians living in the same household with this student.
Please list students in the same household that are enrolled in a Metro Nashville Public or Charter School
If you answered yes regarding Legal Notice, you must provide a current Magistrate/Judge signed court order document. Attach document below or send a copy to the school.
Student Media Participation/Authorization Release Statement
LEAD Public Schools (via the marketing and communications department, Family and Community Engagement coordinators, yearbook club or other school clubs or entities), as well as outside media representatives (newspaper, television stations, etc, maybe on campus to videotape and/or photograph students in school-related activities or events to use on social media, in marketing materials, etc. Please complete the following to allow or not allow your student to participate.
I, the undersigned, am the parent or guardian, of the student mentioned above, and I grant to LEAD Public Schools, Inc. ("LEAD") and each of their respective officers, agents, employees and independent contractors, as well as any outside media representatives, permitted LEAD's property, indefinitely and without compensation to me, permission to use the above-named Student's image, and audio and video recordings of the Student, along with first and name, for promotional and publicity purposes of LEAD in any format including, but not limited print, broadcast, social media, and online platforms. I hereby release LEAD from any and all demands, and liabilities whatsoever in connection with such use. I understand that I can this authorization at any time, but such revocation will not apply to prior uses.
The following procedures and guidelines shall apply to the use of electronic resources by students, staff and guest users within LEAD Public Schools ("LPS" Electronic resources are defined as computers, networks, INTERNET, electronic mail (email), audio equipment, VCR's, DVD/Blue-ray players, televisions, telephones, etc. Independent access to any of these electronic resources by students will not be granted until a permission agreement form, a copy of which is attached hereto is signed by the student.
Access to electronic resources is to enhance the curriculum and is granted for educational purposes only. It is a privilege, not a right. The use of electronic resources will be monitored for the proper use and for achieving the academic objective. Teachers will make a reasonable effort to supervise the use of electronic resources at school.
A. Internet Access
Internet access consists of visiting predetermined sites or for educational research purposes. Research through the Internet is controlled by using the best possible technology to block as many inappropriate sites as possible. The student is responsible for not actively pursuing material that could be considered offensive. The school system has taken efforts to provide students with safe and educational online materials, such as Google Apps for Education and others which now allow for student collaboration inside and outside of the school environment. Parents/Guardians should also take an involved role in monitoring communications and files that students share via the internet,
B. Email Access
Email access may consist of individual student accounts for all 5-12 grade students. To extend learning time and opportunity, student access to email will be available outside the normal school day and away from school. The student is responsible for constructing and sending emails containing appropriate language and pertaining to appropriate subjects and for immediately reporting any inappropriate email received from another person. Student email access will expire when no longer needed for school-related activities. Parents/Guardians are encouraged to supervise the use of email by any minor children in their care.
C. Consent for Use
D. Publication of Student Works
Prior to the publication of any student work, video, or images, and AUP must be signed by the student. Signing this AUP constitutes permission to publish any student work hosted in the electronic mediums covered by this policy
E. Internet Safety
LPS recognizes an increase in 21st Century Skills is vital to the success of our students; schools are now increasingly using the powerful Web 2.0 tools available on the Internet. The increased freedom online requires a more vital and active partnership between, parents, teachers, administrators, and community leaders to teach our students safe internet usage, Below are a few Internet Safety links that may be valuable to students, parents, and teachers: www.staysafeonline.org, www.commonsensemedia.org, www.google.com/goodtoknow/
F. Digital Storage
Anytime/anywhere access to network electronic (digital) storage is provided by LPS in the form of Google Drive storage. This online storage is provided for school-related work, not personal photos, music, etc. All files stored in this online storage should be related to school work and are fully subject to the terms of the AUP.
PROHIBITED CONDUCT FOR ALL USERS
LPS maintains the right to limit access to electronic resources by technical or human barriers. Network administrators may review files and communications, including without limitation email and Internet communications to maintain system integrity and ensure that users are using the system responsibly. Users should not expect that files stored on local computers, LPS servers, or LPS-provided internet resources will be private. The content of certain fìles may additionally be subject to inspection by the public under open records laws.
Violations may additionally result in disciplinary action at the building or the district/network level, including but not limited to employment termination or student expulsion, depending on the seriousness of the offence.
When applicable, law enforcement agencies may be involved. Please complete and turn in the attached form and keep the remainder of this document for your records.
ACCEPTANCE OF TECHNOLOGY AUP
Please indicate your agreement to abide by and be bound by the terms of this LEAD Public Schools Technology Acceptable Use Policy: This document will remain in force until terminated, in writing, by the student/guardian or rescinded/superseded by LPS. Termination of this agreement will result in immediate loss of select technology privileges.
I (clearly print student name), policy. Student Full Name* have read and agree to abide by this
In order to better serve your child, our school district wants to identify students who may qualify to receive additional educational services, such as tutoring, school supplies, free or reduced-price lunch, summer camps, and other services. The information provided below will be kept confidential. Please answer the following questions and return this form to your child’s school.
If you answered “Yes” to questions 1 and 2, please complete the information below.
I certify that I am the parent or guardian of the child named above and I have provided MNPS with accurate information as required by State Law and that the above address is the primary residence where my child and I live. I will notify the school of any change in residency status within 10 days of that change.