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Dear Winfield Families,

At the beginning of each school year, I spend time with the middle school students going over Student Behavior Policy 7:190 to make sure they understand the expectations as a student in District 34 and to answer any questions they may have. One of the things we talk about is the importance of being a thoughtful digital citizen and encouraging them to share their social network passwords with their parents. Although the monitoring of social networking at home belongs to the parents, if any type of cyber bullying occurs and results in a student’s reluctance or fear to be able to fully engage in his/her education at school, this behavior will be addressed by school administration, as well. This policy is in the Parent/Student Handbook, as well as the District 34 Policy Manual, both of which can be found on the District 34 website.

Dawn Reinke



Tiger Prints September 22