The Technology Department at SBS makes an effort to assist students with personal computer issues and, as necessary, help to arrange for outside service and repairs. To better facilitate assistance, students should bring any software that came with their computer, as well as information pertaining to warranty status. Our ability to assist international students with their computers may be limited by the native language of the computer they bring to school. The School will provide virus protection for all student- owned computers. The Technology Department generally cannot address recreational needs such as DVD players, video cameras, gaming software and components. The Technology Department may choose not to address computer issues which arise due to abuse or neglect. Students are responsible for any costs incurred for outside service and repairs.
Our in-school network is available for academic purposes during all class and study hall hours. Students may access the internet via their own computers for recreational purposes only within time and hour limits allotted for each grade level which are subject to change for academic or disciplinary reasons. Students are requested to turn off their personal computers when not in use to save electricity.
Technology Acceptable Use Policy
Stoneleigh-Burnham School provides information technology resources to facilitate and enrich our community’s educational, workplace and residential experience.
User Rights and Responsibilities
Users must adhere to school policies for continued access to the School's technological resources.
Users have the right to be informed in a timely manner about personal information collected on them and have the right to review such information.
Users must comply with all relevant laws and school policies, including those pertaining to privacy, conduct, copyright and licensing.
Users must respect each other’s right to privacy. Users must not share personal information about other community members, including but not limited to names, home or school addresses, phone numbers, images and videos, etc.
Users may not use the internet to access content that would be deemed objectionable or offensive by any reasonable standard.
Users must report incidents of inappropriate behavior to a faculty member or school administrator.
Users must not share their accounts or passwords with anybody for any reason.
Users must not use the network for commercial ventures or advertising without
express permission of the school administration.
Users must follow School Computer Use Rules as outlined in the Community Handbook and/or posted in Faculty/Staff and Student Announcements and Computer Labs.
Users must abide by the SBS Honor Code.
School Rights and Responsibilities
Stoneleigh-Burnham School retains the right to monitor use of the system and to discipline any user who violates school policies.
Stoneleigh-Burnham School will take appropriate steps to ensure the security of personal information pertaining to both individual users and the School.
Stoneleigh-Burnham School will comply with all local, state and federal laws, including those pertaining to privacy, conduct, copyright and licensing.
Stoneleigh-Burnham wishes to make potential system users (and parents thereof if users are under 18 years old) aware that the system administrators and the School do not have control of the content of the information residing on the internet. Users and parents of users under 18 are advised that some internet systems may contain defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, offensive or illegal material. Stoneleigh-Burnham School does not condone the use of such materials and does not permit usage of such materials in the School environment. Students knowingly bringing such materials into the School environment, or breaking any local, state, or federal laws, will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including appearance before a Disciplinary Review Board. Administrators may be required to report such infractions to appropriate legal authorities.
While Stoneleigh-Burnham School supports the privacy of electronic mail, account users must assume that this cannot be guaranteed.
The user (or parents thereof if the user is under 18) specifically agrees to indemnify Stoneleigh-Burnham School for any losses, costs or damages, including reasonable attorney’s fees incurred by the School related to or arising out of any breach of the above guidelines.