School District Privacy Information
 
 The Sprague School District is dedicated to protecting privacy for a safe educational experience.  The District complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), which has a goal of protecting a student's educational records.  The Sprague School District is equally committed to protecting the privacy of all data.

Sprague Board of Education policies with regards to privacy are:
 

5017 Policy Regarding Student Privacy
5018 Policy Regarding Confidentiality and Access to Education Records
5018A Administrative Regulations Regarding Confidentiality and Access to Education Records
5019 Policy Regarding Student Use of the District's Computer System and Internet Safety
5019A Administrative Regulations Regarding Student Use of the District's Computer System and Internet Safety
 
 
Classroom Services District Services
AimsWeb (Online Assessment) Follett-Destiny (Library System)
Bookshare (Online Library) Google (G Suite for Education)
BrainPop (Online Activities) IEPDirect (Special Education Management)
Class Dojo (Classroom Engagement) PBISApps (Student Management)
Don Johnson Reading (Reading Skills) PowerSchool (Student Information Services)
edHelper (Educational Resources) SchoolMessenger (Automated Messaging System)
Epic! (K-3 Reading Tool)
Google Typing Club (4-8 Online Learning)
Incredibox (Music Composition)
Kahoot! (K-12 Quizes and Surveys)
Khan Academy (K-12 Online Learning)
Learning A-Z / RazKids (SES Online Material)
Lexia Learning (Reading Skills)
McGraw-Hill (K-12 Online Textbooks)
NewsELA (SHS News Articles)
Quizlet (K-12 Online Learning Tools)
Read Naturally (Reading Skills)
Renaissance Learning (Online Assessment)
Scratch (Programming Service)
SeeSaw (K-12 Digital Portfolio)
Storybird (K-12 Online Books)
 
 

FERPA stands for the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

Key Privacy Rights under FERPA:

  • FERPA requires that federally funded institutions, under programs administered by the U.S. Department of Education, comply with certain procedures with regard to disclosing and maintaining educational records. FERPA was not enacted to preclude the disclosure of educational records simply because the records identify a student by name; rather, it was designed to protect the studentís educational information and status as a student 
 

COPPA stands for the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act

Key Privacy Rights under COPPA:

  • The primary goal of COPPA is to place parents in control over what information is collected from their young children online.  The Rule was designed to protect children under age 13 while accounting for the dynamic nature of the Internet.  The Rule applies to operators of commercial websites and online services (including mobile apps) directed to children under 13 that collect, use, or disclose personal information from children, and operators of general audience websites or online services with actual knowledge that they are collecting, using, or disclosing personal information from children under 13. 
 

PA 16-189 is Public Act No. 16-189, an act concerning student data privacy for the State of Connecticut.

Key Privacy Rights under PA 16-189:

  • Restricting how student information may be used by entities that contract to provide educational software and electronic storage of student records and by operators of websites, online services, or mobile applications (i.e., apps).
  

UPDATED:  Tuesday, February 28, 2017 08:55:54 AM