Student Data Privacy
In the use of instructional technology, Alpine School District is committed to protecting student data. Teachers in Alpine School District employ a variety of teaching methods and tools in the classroom. Once a teacher determines what students are expected to learn, he/she then designs teaching strategies, learning activities and assessments that best fit the material being taught. In the 21st century, electronic devices and software are often, but not always, used as a tool to facilitate the student experience. When used appropriately, technology helps engage students in active learning and creation and accelerates assessment and feedback. The collection, use, and sharing of student data has both benefits and risks. Parents and students should learn about these benefits and risks and make choices regarding student data accordingly.
Parent Forms and Notifications
This document is signed by parents to allow students to use internet and computer devices at school.
This document explains the procedures for how Alpine governs Student Data Privacy.
This is the annual notice sent to parents informing them of their right to opt out of Alpine’s Directory Information.
Laws and District Policies
View the federal law below.
The federal law regarding COPPA compliance.
The following link will take you to the Utah Code relating to Student Data Protection.
The following link will take you to the Utah Code regarding access to education records, training, and certification.
The following link will take you to the Alpine District’s policy regarding student computer and network use.
The following link will take you to the Alpine District’s policy regarding the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
This document is the current agreement vendors sign with Alpine regarding student data privacy.
This site is used by schools to understand which educational tools are District approved for school and classroom use.