Student Use of Cell Phones and Other Personal Technology Devices (Regulation)

Student Use of Cell Phones and Other Personal Technology Devices (Regulation)

File: JICJ-R (pdf) 

Effective: May 9, 2019


STUDENT USE OF CELL PHONES AND OTHER PERSONAL TECHNOLOGY DEVICES

(Regulation)

At elementary and middle schools, students with cell phones or other personal technology devices (PTDs) must keep their PTDs turned off and away during school hours, unless specifically directed to do otherwise by a school employee.  Violation of this regulation may result in temporary confiscation of the PTD by school staff. 

At high schools, students with cell phones or other personal technology devices (PTDs) must keep their PTDs turned off and away during class periods unless specifically directed to do otherwise by a school employee.  Violation of this regulation may result in temporary confiscation of the PTD by school staff. 

School staff will make accommodations for students without PTDs when PTDs are required for participation in a school-related activity.

Students who require a PTD as part of accommodations specified in their 504 plan or Individual Education Program (IEP) will be allowed access to their PTD as described in their 504 plan or IEP.

 

End File: JICJ-R

  • JICJ-R

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