Digital Citizenship

Using the School Wireless Network

A wireless student network for internet access using student owned personal electronic devices is provided at Huntington Hills School. Access is available to students on a voluntary basis. Devices that may be used include personal laptop computers, iPads, netbooks, or other PDA’s.

The use of personal devices by students with the guidance of parents and teachers will assist in addressing individual student preferences and needs for learning. Parents and guardians are encouraged to discuss the learning opportunities and the risks with their son or daughter. Be assured that the content filtering that is normally used to filter inappropriate materials on the school’s internal network will also be applied to the open access network.

As with any personal belonging that a student brings to school, the school can not be responsible for electronic devices that are lost, stolen or damaged. Please note that the school is not, in any way, requiring students to bring their own devices to school. We have a large number of computers available for student use.

This is a significant opportunity for students to personalize their learning by choosing, with their parents, appropriate technology for their learning needs. Thank you for your attention to this important information.

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​​​Digital Citizenship at the CBE

Digital citizenship is about using technology and participating in digital environments. It is key to helping our students learn to use available technology responsibly in the classroom and beyond. Our school has a Digital Citizenship Plan that is updated annually, addressing how we work to build a community where we live and work together as digital citizens.

Visit the CBE website to learn more about how we support students to develop online safety skills and be good digital citizens.​​​

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