• Frewsburg Central School District’s Technology Vision
    We believe that for the students currently enrolled at Frewsburg Central School their living environment will be significantly different as advances in technology create changes in how they interact with society. If our graduates are to be successful, we must develop a two-pronged initiative. First, we must ensure students are familiar and comfortable with existing technologies and can use this knowledge in practical applications, both in the workplace and for personal skills improvement. Secondly, and perhaps equally importantly, we must instill in students a resiliency to adapt to even further technological change and the ability to integrate and apply new technology into helping them meet their individual life goals, as socially responsible, digitally literate citizens. We believe that the learning environment should integrate the instruction and use of technology into all academic areas as opposed to teaching technology in isolation. Our changing society and workplace demand citizens who can take responsibility for their own learning and well-being. Technology is key to allow for differential instruction in which students work and learn at various paces. While all students receive the same broad base of knowledge, each would have the ability to individualize their personal level of expertise in areas of academic interest and reach beyond the confines of traditional education to broaden his/her horizons.

    Please navigate to the left to review our Data Privacy Resources. If you have questions or concerns regarding any technology policies or plans, please contact Heidi Reale hreale@frewsburgcsd.org

    District Policy on Privacy and Security for Student Data and Teacher and Principal Data

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    Parents, eligible students (students who are at least 18 years of age or attending a postsecondary
    institution at any age), principals, teachers, and employees of an educational agency may file a
    complaint about a possible breach or improper disclosure of student data and/or protected
    teacher or principal data. Review and refine the related sample district form and discuss how best
    to communicate this process to district stakeholders.