Security and Privacy
G Suite for Education
Lakeview fully complies with regulations regarding student data privacy and has chosen the Google G-Suite for Education Platform and Chromebooks for use as an educational tool to improve instruction as a whole both onsite and remotely.
The G Suite for Education (formerly called Google Apps for Education) core services are the heart of Google's educational offering to schools. The core services currently are Gmail (including Inbox by Gmail), Calendar, Classroom, Jamboard, Contacts, Drive, Docs, Forms, Groups, Sheets, Sites, Slides, Talk/Meet and Vault.
YouTube services are restricted in the educational platform with a teacher based approval method in place such that teachers can view and approve content relevant and age appropriate to their students for use in Google Classroom activities.
Other apps may also be deemed effective and necessary for educational purposes and will be listed below, when added to the learning suite, for parent review and approval.
Any parent that does not wish to have their student/s participate in this electronic learning program, which is inclusive of the listed apps making up the program, can and must alert the district in writing to request alternate methods of learning and return any such school based technology they may be in possession of. On receipt of notification, Lakeview will deactivate any accounts and delete any data stored on behalf of the student in Google Drive or associated programs where applicable.
Associated Apps and Extensions List for Student Learning Program:
The apps and extensions do not include the Google Core apps already stated above. Current and newly added Apps will be listed here as they are added to the program.
- Applied Digital Skills
- Chrome Web Store ( Limited )
- Google Books
- Google Earth
- Google Maps
- Google Photos
- SketchUp for Schools
- Grammarly for Chrome
- Chem Reference: Periodic Table
- Desmos Graphing Calculator
- Sphero Edu
- Kami- PDF and Document annotation
- Securly for Chromebooks
- GoGuardian Teacher
G Suite for Education and Chromebooks support compliance with rigorous standards as listed below
- FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)
- The Software & Information Industry Association
- COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)
- Student Privacy Pledge introduced by the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF)
- ISO/IEC 27018:2014 (Data standards)
User Data and Privacy
Under Section 815 of the Acceptable Use of Computer Networks/Internet at Lakeview School District Link Here :
Access to the district’s network systems through school resources is a privilege, not a right. The network systems, as well as the User accounts and information, are the property of the district.
USERS SHALL HAVE NO EXPECTATION OF PRIVACY IN ANYTHING THEY CREATE, STORE, SEND, DELETE, RECEIVE, OR DISPLAY ON OR OVER THE DISTRICT’S NETWORK SYSTEMS, INCLUDING THEIR PERSONAL FILES OR ANY OF THEIR USE OF THE DISTRICT’S NETWORK SYSTEMS.
The district reserves the right to monitor, track, log access and otherwise inspect any or all aspects of its network systems’ use and to monitor and allocate fileserver space.