Privacy Policies and Forms
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FOR ALL PARENTS
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a Federal law, requires that Lake Havasu Unified School District #1, with certain exceptions, obtain your written consent prior to the disclosure of personally identifiable information from your child's education records. However, LHUSD may disclose appropriately designated "directory information" without written consent, unless you have advised the District to the contrary in accordance with District procedures. (view the definition of "directory information").
Annual Student Directory Opt-Out information
If you wish your child to be excluded from having his/her directory information released, please read, sign, and turn in the Student Directory opt-out form to your school.
Note the form has three sections. The first deals with school-related things like yearbooks and honor rolls. The second is about releasing information to U.S. military recruiting officials. The third is about public media.
Annual COPPA Opt-Out information (for parents of school-aged children under the age of 13)
In order for schools within the Lake Havasu Unified School District to continue to be able to provide your students with the most effective web-based tools, software, and applications for learning, our district utilizes several technology applications and web-based services, operated not by this district, but by third parties.
In order for our students to use these programs and services, certain personally identifying information must be provided to the web site operator.
If you wish to exclude your student from utilizing and accessing third party technology applications and web-based services used in our schools, please read, sign, and turn in the COPPA opt-out form to your school.
Other Tech-Related Forms
Annual Technology Use Agreement Form
Lake Havasu Unified School District uses technology in all aspects of instruction which includes Internet use, email, computer, information technology (IT) devices, educational software, etc. While the District will take all responsible precautions to protect your student, realize the District cannot prevent access to all controversial materials. We expect your student to follow the District technology policy which is based upon federal, state, and local laws regarding acceptable use of computers and IT regardless of whether they belong to the District or to an individual. Anyone who misuses, abuses, or chooses not to follow these guidelines and procedures will be denied access to the District's technology services and may be subject to disciplinary action.
The form must be signed by a parent and student and is part of the registration packet provided by your school.