Every student and teaching faculty member utilizes an Apple iPad at SCCS, a device that enhances our students' learning and overall educational experience and prepares them for college and beyond.
SCCS integrates the iPad into our music, theatre, and choral programs. Not only is the iPad a formidable tool in advancing learning, but it also makes the classroom experience more dynamic and engaging for our students.
SCCS remains committed to providing its students with the best education possible, equipping them with the knowledge and tools they will need both now and in the future.
The non-refundable technology use fee includes the SCCS iPad Protection Plan**
**All students will be issued an iPad in August and will be responsible for the proper care and use of the device. iPads remain the property of Santa Clarita Christian School. Students must adhere to the iPad Authorized Use Policy Form set forth by the school; students and parents together must sign and agree to the terms and conditions as outlined in the Parent/Student Handbook.
**Student iPads are covered by the Santa Clarita Christian School iPad Protection Plan for one incident of repair, loss or stolen device, if lost or damaged through no fault of the student (determined solely by SCCS). Parents and students must provide a full report of the events leading up to the loss or damage and file a Police report if appropriate. iPads lost or damaged in such incidents will be replaced or repaired at no cost to the student.
Incidents beyond this coverage will incur additional fees accordingly.
Parental Supervision Information
Parental Controls on Student iPads
In order for our students to succeed with the iPad, its use is designed for them to perform school work. However, we understand the iPad can also provide them with distractions.
As the primary educators of your student you are able to implement parental controls (called Restrictions on the iPad) on the iPad.
Step By Step Guide to Parental Controls (apple.com)
Video Tutorial on Setting up Parental Controls (Youtube)
Family Tip Sheets
Privacy & Digital Footprints
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