These student web pages are works in progress. Although we provide a public forum for sharing student-made web pages, the work seen here should not be considered a representation of our students' highest academic achievement. Rather, their web pages serve as a vehicle for learning, developing technology skills, expressing creativity, engaging in academic inquiry, participating in peer review and mentoring, and communicating with other teachers and learners.
To set up your students on the student’s server, download our
templates for the BOE Parental Consent Form and the Student Internet Agreement,
located at our Internet
Acceptable Usage Policy Page. These templates may be modified to suit your
specific school. Also print out the New York City Department of Education's Student
work release form. Hand these out to your students, collect them and
hold on to them.
Mail this letter, signed by the Principal, to the Superintendent's Office.
wants to be able to give kids web/ftp accounts on the district server is aware that these accounts must be used in accordance with central, district, and school Internet Acceptable Use Policies will get signed parental permission before giving students web/ftp accounts.