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Internet Posting Policy

The District supports the use of video and still photography by families to record their children’s experiences in school events.  However, in order to protect the privacy of their children and the children of other families that may be in the pictures, videos and photos should not be placed on Internet sites in an unrestricted manner.  For example, videos posted on YouTube should be flagged as “private” instead of “public”.  “Private” videos can be shared with specific family members and friends and will not be available to all YouTube users.  Other photo and video sharing sites have similar privacy settings.

Our school website will not contain recognizable pictures of any children without the written consent of their parents or guardians.

If you have any concerns with anything you see on this website, please contact the webmaster .