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Social Media Policy

Privacy and Social Media Policies

Social media policy

Great Oaks knows that it's important to keep in touch with the community, and encourages communication in a variety of ways, including social media.

To protect social media users from inappropriate posts, the Great Oaks Board of Directors requires that this disclaimer be available on all social media sites:

  • Great Oaks Career Campuses encourages interaction from social media users but are not responsible for comments made by visitors to the page. Comments posted also may not reflect the opinions or policies of the District.
  • People making comments on the page are requested to show respect for their fellow users by ensuring the discussion remains civil.  Remember that your identification appears next to your comment, visible to anyone who visits the page.
  • Great Oaks reserves the right to monitor this site.  Inappropriate content, as determined by Great Oaks, may be removed.  Friends/followers may also be blocked at any time by Great Oaks.
If you have comments about specific people or situations, we encourage you to contact the Director of Community Relations.
Comments are also subject to the Terms of Use and Code of Conduct of Facebook or other social media sites. We encourage users to notify the social media site when they find abusive content.

Privacy

The Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act and Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment specify what information about students is collected and protected, and the rights that parents have in preserving information from becoming public.  For more information, refer to the Board policies below:

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