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Information Systems and Instructional Technology
Seguin ISD Internet Safety
Seguin ISD has developed a plan to promote and ensure the safe and responsible use of communications technologies within the district. This policy protects students from inappropriate content, protects against unauthorized use of the district's network, safeguards employee and student data and privacy, and ensures that SISD is in compliance with CIPA, the Children's Internet Protection Act. The Seguin ISD Internet Safety Policy was approved by the SISD School Board on May 22, 2012.
What Is CIPA?
CIPA, or the Children's Internet Protection Act, is legislation that was passed by Congress in 2001. It defines harmful and inappropriate use of Internet resources by students and provides minimum guidelines for schools to follow in protecting students while they are online. For more information, visit this link: Children's Internet Protection Act.

Internet Safety Resources
The Seguin ISD Internet Safety Plan states:
Seguin ISD will advocate and educate employees, students, parents and the SISD community on Internet safety and “cyber-bullying.” Education will be provided through such means as professional development training and materials, presentations, special programs, classroom instruction of the Technology Application TEKS, and the SISD website.

As part of this process, the following resources are presented to support classroom teachers and parents in engaging in discussions of Internet safety with students.