On-Site Repair Technician Information

Good news! We now have an on-site repair technician. When your student experiences device damage, he or she can simply take the device to the student help desk inside their school to be repaired.


AccessOR Presentation for Families

Click here to view the device distribution presentation for families.


Student Privacy Pledge

The Student Privacy Pledge is a public commitment by school service providers for the responsible use of student data.

You will find our online vendors are signatories on this site.

Look for this logo to identify companies that have taken the pledge.

Take the Pledge

Digital Citizenship Resources for Parents

Common Sense Media
View has basic guidelines for teens and parents about cyberbullying, sexting, social networking, and more.
View has basic guidelines for teens and parents about cyberbullying, sexting, social networking, and more.

Cyberbullying & Harrassment

Cyberbullying can range from embarrassing or cruel online posts or digital pictures, to online threats, harassment, and negative comments, to stalking through emails, websites, social networks and text messages.

Cyberbullying, Haters, and Trolls

As soon as your kids begin to go online, it’s important to explain your expectations of their behavior. By acting responsibly and respectfully, they will enjoy their time online and get the best of the Internet while mostly avoiding things such as cyberbullying and inappropriate content. Here are some basics to share with your child.

Gaming Tips

Online gaming can be a fun way for kids to connect with others, but it’s important for them to understand the risks and know how to handle certain situations. For example, kids should avoid posting pictures of themselves or releasing other personal information to their fellow gamers, and know what to do if another player starts harassing them.
View is a useful resource for families to learn how to protect themselves from online danger and create the safest online experience possible.

NetCetera Toolkit View

Free resources to help you teach and learn about online safety. Includes videos, booklets, and lessons for parents, students, and teachers.

Parental Controls

Parental controls are available on most Internet-enabled devices, like computers, smartphones, tablets, gaming systems. When enabling parental controls, use age-appropriate settings to filter, monitor and block your child’s activities.

Privacy and Internet Safety

Internet safety goes way beyond protecting kids from strangers or blocking inappropriate content. It’s about helping your kids use the Internet productively and practice safe, responsible online behavior — especially when you’re not there to answer their questions or check in on where they’ve ventured. Keep in mind that what may seem like basic knowledge to parents is new to kids just getting started in the digital world. Having a conversation before your kid embarks online helps set expectations and establish ground rules. Here are the basic guidelines to share with your kid.

Raising Digital Citizens

Teach your children to become good digital citizens with these resources.

Preventing Computer Eye Strain

Eyestrain can happen with any prolonged activity where your eyes are focused in on one item for a long period of time. Students should follow these tips prevent eyestrain while using their technology device.