CCSD is committed to providing a safe, secure, and respectful learning environment for all students and employees at all District Facilities, school building, in school buses, on school grounds, and at school sponsored activities. The School district strives to address bullying and cyberbullying so that there is no disruption to the learning environment and learning process.
Under NRS 388.123, Cyberbullying meaning bullying through the use of electronic communication.
Discipline for a violation of the cyberbullying policy for students is imposed in accordance with CCSD Regulation 5141.1
CCSD adopted an Acceptable Use Policy for staff, students, and members of the community using the District's computer network resources. The goal is to teach the users to understand the use of these network resources are a privilege, not a right and must be used responsibly.
Section A: Access to Resources
Staff, students, and members of the community may be given access to the District's computer network resources. This access, including account and password, must not be shared, assigned or transferred to another individual.
The District will periodically require new registration and account information from school, staff, and community members. Adult users must notify the system administrators of any changes in account information (address, phone, name, etc.) within fifteen (15) business days.
Access to the District's computer network resources may be suspended or terminated if terms and conditions of this AUP are violated. Prior to a termination of access to the District's computer network resources, the user will be informed of the suspected violation and given an opportunity to present an explanation.
Section C: Illegal Activities
The District will cooperate fully with local, state, or federal officials in any investigation related to illegal activities.
It is prohibited to sell or purchase goods and services without prior approval of the appropriate administrator.
Attempting to gain unauthorized access to the District's network resources or go beyond authorized access is prohibited. This includes attempting to log in through another person's account or accessing another person's files.
Vandalism will result in cancellation of privileges to the District's computer network resources. Vandalism is defined as any malicious attempt to harm or destroy data or equipment on any computer network.
Section G: Language
Polite and appropriate language is expected at all times.
Abusive messages are prohibited.
Harassment is prohibited. Harassment is conduct which is sufficiently severe, persistent, or pervasive that it adversely affects, or has the purpose or logical consequence of interfering with a user's educational program, or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment. Behavior that continues after an individual is informed of its offensiveness may constitute evidence of an intent to harass. If told by a person to stop sending messages, the sender must stop.
Students will be using Turnitin.com to submit all written assignments and assessments before submitting for a final grade.
CCSD takes plagiarism and cheating very seriously.
According to the CCSD Code of Honor, plagiarism is a common form of cheating or academic dishonesty in the school setting. It is representing another person's works or ideas as your own without giving credit to the proper source and submitting it for any purpose. Examples of plagiarism can include, but are not limited to:
Submitting someone else's work, such as published sources in part or whole, as your own without giving credit to the source
Turning in purchased papers or papers from the Internet written by someone else
Representing another person's artistic or scholarly works such as musical compositions, computer programs, photographs, drawings, or paintings as your own
Helping others plagiarize by giving them your work
Students that engage in any academic dishonesty will receive a 0% grade for the assignment, assessment or other work product, and no make up will be permitted. A Request for Parent Conference may be filed, and further action may be taken in accordance with CCSD policy.