All students accessing education through technology are subject to the Acceptable Technology Use Agreement and Computer User’s Code of Ethics signed during registration. This agreement continues to be in force while students continue their education at home. Students who fail to act in accordance with the Agreement and Code of Ethics may be denied electronic access to education through SPERD. In such a case, educational materials will be provided on paper. It is the responsibility of parents and guardians to monitor student technology use outside of the school.