Technology Safety: On & Off Campus


Since Montessori Academy first provided online computing to staff and students, we have worked hard to offer reliable, high-performance access to localized features and programs as well as safe internet access. The school's computing capabilities have grown from two office computers and a printer, to over 60 computers, a dozen printers, and iPads in the classrooms.

Since Summer 2012, we have phased-in infrastructure improvements campus-wide, resulting in full CIPA-compliance by August 2014. We achieved that self-certification by providing, supporting, and enforcing an Internet Security Policy enabled through technological (a multi-faceted, content-filtering solution set), educational (in-class and online), and school policy means.

Regardless of network access method, whether hard-wired, internal Wi-Fi or, community Wi-Fi, the same rules and responsibilities apply to all users for all purposes. Access is a privilege, not a right, and may be revoked without cause at any time. Questions should be directed to the Principal, and/or the district security officer.

Internet Safety Policy & Information


For some time, we have required student and faculty sign-off on a Computing Safety & Permissions Policy. Effective as of Summer 2014 is our Computing & Internet Safety and Usage Agreement, which encapsulates the entire policy for both students and faculty in a single, one-page document. The establishment of a single policy for all users is intended to foster the setting of good examples by school staff for our students, showing first-hand that school rules and good sense are meant for everyone.

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