Computer Use Agreement  /  Student Login Instructions


 

  • Bringing any food or drink (including water) into any computer area

  • Behaving in an inappropriate manner in, or violating the specific rules of any computer area

  • Downloading and/or installing programs (e.g., AOL Instant Messenger, MSN Messenger, Yahoo Messenger, Google Earth, Google Toolbar, iTunes, WinRAR) or inappropriate, unauthorized, or copyrighted files into your computer account or on a local hard disk drive without permission

  • Viewing inappropriate or blocked Web sites or files

  • Scanning inappropriate documents (e.g., money, I.D., legal documents, pornography)

  • Modifying the hardware and/or software of any computer system or file server

  • Sending inappropriate e-mail (e.g., pornography, criminal activity, hacking information, threats)

  • Using and/or tampering with another person's computer account, or allowing someone else to use your account

  • Printing any document that is not school-related, or printing more than the allowed number of pages without permission

  • Connecting any non-Redwood hardware (e.g., your own laptop, personal computer, camera, external drive, CD-RW, DVD-RW) to any computer or to Redwood's wired network from within Redwood without permission

  • Running applications or loading operating systems or inappropriate files from a flash drive or other external device connected to an individual computer or to the Redwood computer network

 

Violations that are deemed serious (by a system or school administrator) may result in legal action being taken against the offending student. If you are ever unsure about whether a particular Web site, file, or behavior is inappropriate, err on the side of caution and do not load or save the site/file. For definitions of "inappropriate" and for more information, read the TUHSD Computer and Internet Use Agreement and talk to a system administrator.

It is the responsibility of any student who finds his/her account disabled to contact a system administrator (Les Gil, Room 176). Having your computer privileges suspended means that you are not allowed to use any computer anywhere at Redwood, even if that computer does not require a local or network log in. Doing so constitutes a more serious violation of the TUHSD Computer and Internet Use Agreement.

Redwood system and school administrators reserve the right to suspend the computer privileges of any student who violates any part of the TUHSD Computer and Internet Use Agreement. This includes any and all activities that may or may not be specifically listed on this page.

 

 

 

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