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St. Alfred Separate School
"Every Child, a Promise"
905.625.0584
  • St. Alfred Separate School
  • 3341 Havenwood Drive
  • Mississauga ON , L4X 2M2
  • Principal: Lori DeWitte
  • Vice Principal(s): Roberto Orofiamma
  • Superintendents: Martine Lewis
  • Trustee: Mario Pascucci (Ward 3)
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Personal Electronic Devices (PEDS) Policy

Personal Electronic Devices on Board Premises and/or Board Sanctioned Events for Educational Purposes:

 

The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board acknowledges the value of the use of technology for learning.  Students are permitted to register and use personal electronic devices (PEDs) on board premises and/or board sanctioned events for educational purposes, under the direction of staff and only with parent/guardian permission   (GF 066, Network User Application and Agreement).  Students may register their PED for the purpose of connecting to the board wireless network.  Students are required to adhere to the student “Personal Electronic Device Used with WI-FI Network Student Agreement” and the “Network User Application and Agreement.”  Please be advised that the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board will not be responsible for any cost incurred through the use of personal data plans. 

 

PEDs are to be used responsibly and should not interfere with learning; their use must comply with the Catholic Code of Conduct, board policies and procedures.   Any personal communications (i.e., phone calls, text messages, etc.) will continue to be directed through the main office.  Failure to comply with these guidelines may result in a loss of PED privileges and/or any other consequences deemed necessary by school administration.

 

The school principal may authorize limited acceptable uses of personal electronic devices during school-sanctioned activities for a specific designated purpose outside of instructional spaces and/or in common areas.

Students are responsible for the safety and security of PEDs at all times and the Board assumes no responsibility for lost, damaged or stolen devices.

 

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