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Posted May 19, 2010

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New Acceptable Student Use of Personal Electronic Devices Policy and Procedural Directive Approved

APS has approved a new Acceptable Student Use of Personal Electronic Devices Policy and Procedural Directive.

The policy, approved by the Board of Education on May 13, 2010 states that student are permitted to use personal electronic devices while on campus and at school activities provided they do not disrupt the school day and are not used in an unauthorized fashion.

The procedural directive, approved May 14, 2010, outlines the responsibilities of students and staff in regards to these devices. It also specifies when devices may be confiscated by staff and describes unauthorized use.

You can find the new policy and procedural directive with all of the other APS policies and procedural directives, or by following these direct links:

 

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