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Student Technology Use Agreement

Overview and Purpose

Twin Rivers USD provides Internet access to all students and staff. Internet access allows classrooms and individuals to have access to information, software, news and opinion, and communication by ...more

Online Communities & Communications

While many sites and online communities and communications are accessible as educational tools within TRUSD classrooms, some are deemed inappropriate and are blocked within the TRUSD network. ...more

Limitations of Liability

Personal Gain
The TRUSD network may not be used for commercial purposes, financial gain, personal business, product advertisement or political lobbying activities. Advertising on district or school ...more

Online Academic Dishonesty

The TRUSD Board of Trustees believes that academic honesty and personal integrity are fundamental components of a student's education and character development. The Board expects that students will ...more