This policy is intended to provide students, staff and parents with knowledge of the parameters for acceptable and legal use of computers, hardware, and software accessed within the school, or personal devices brought by the student, BYOT (bring your own technology). Personal technological devices include, but are not limited to WIFI capable mobile devices, including laptops, netbooks, iPads, iPod Touch, eReaders, smart phones, and other tablets. All students within the building are to connect through our Lightspeed filtered and secured system. Students are not required to bring their own technology. Students are encouraged to use technology, as directed by the teacher, to enhance their learning. A variety of technologies will be available at the school for all students to use in class, when required. Students, staff and parents who have access to the school’s technology or who bring their own, must use it in accordance with established guidelines for the purpose of learning. The school will monitor technological activities that take place on campus during the school day including logging website access, newsgroup access, bandwidth, and network. Trinity High School requires that all students abide by the Children’s Online Protection Act, the Children’s Internet Protection Act, the Acceptable Use Policy for Web 2.0 Tools Wide Area Network for the Harrisburg Diocese, as well as laws pertaining to stalking, harassment, and bullying.