girl with laptop computerMCS is pleased to offer our students and staff access to the school’s internet. An “Internet User Contract” must be signed and returned to the school before access will be granted.

Students must obtain a user name and password from the office before accessing the internet. Do not allow anyone else to use your username and password. Students who do so will be held responsible for actions that occur under their username.

Access to the internet will allow the exploration of thousands of resources worldwide. Some materials accessible on the internet may contain items that are inaccurate, defamatory, illegal, or offensive. It is our intent to make the internet available for research, education, and communication. Therefore, measures have been taken to prevent access to objectionable materials, and students are to be supervised any time they are using the internet.

Rules for Internet Access

  1. The use of the MCS internet is solely for current students, staff, and staff families. Students must be supervised any time they are online.
  2. The use of the internet must be limited to communication, educational, and Mt. Carmel school-related purposes, and approved entertainment purposes.
  3. Transmission of any material in violation of U.S., state, or local regulation is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, copyrighted material, threatening or obscene material, or material protected by trade secret.
  4. Use for product advertisement, political lobbying, or personal financial or material gain is prohibited.
  5. Use for commercial activities by for-profit institutions is prohibited.
  6. Be polite. Do not write or send threatening or abusive messages to others.
  7. Use appropriate language. Use of obscene or degrading language is prohibited.
  8. It is recommended that the user not reveal his/her personal address or phone number. Distributing the address or phone number of another person is prohibited.
  9. Internet resources, information, and e-mail are not guaranteed to be private. Any items containing inappropriate material or relating to illegal activities will be reported to the appropriate authorities.
  10. Do not use the internet in a manner that would disrupt the use of the internet by others. This includes, but is not limited to, sending mass e-mail messages, attempting to infect the system with a computer virus, attempting to “crash the system,” intentionally wasting resources, using large amounts of time, downloading or saving programs or files without permission onto the hard drive, or annoying other users in any fashion.
  11. Do not give anyone any password.
  12. Use of the internet to facilitate plagiarism is prohibited. No user shall misrepresent another person’s work as their own, or allow their work to be misrepresented as belonging to someone else.
  13. A violation of the internet usage policy which includes but is not limited to the use of VPNs, proxies, or any inappropriate material that violates Mt. Carmel policies, will result in a meeting with the Discipline and Training Committee and may result in monitoring software being installed on your devices.

It is understood that access to the internet is a privilege, not a right. Failure to abide by the rules in this document could result in the revocation of access privileges, disciplinary action, or legal action, as deemed appropriate.

MCS is pleased to offer our students and staff access to the school’s internet. An “Internet User Contract” must be signed and returned to the school before access will be granted.

girl with laptop computer Students must obtain a user name and password from the office before accessing the internet. Do not allow anyone else to use your username and password. Students who do so will be held responsible for actions that occur under their username. Access to the internet will allow the exploration of thousands of resources worldwide. Some materials accessible on the internet may contain items that are inaccurate, defamatory, illegal, or offensive. It is our intent to make the internet available for research, education, and communication. Therefore, measures have been taken to prevent access to objectionable materials, and students are to be supervised any time they are using the internet.

Rules for Internet Access

  1. The use of the MCS internet is solely for current students, staff, and staff families. Students must be supervised any time they are online.
  2. The use of the internet must be limited to communication, educational, and Mt. Carmel school-related purposes, and approved entertainment purposes.
  3. Transmission of any material in violation of U.S., state, or local regulation is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, copyrighted material, threatening or obscene material, or material protected by trade secret.
  4. Use for product advertisement, political lobbying, or personal financial or material gain is prohibited.
  5. Use for commercial activities by for-profit institutions is prohibited.
  6. Be polite. Do not write or send threatening or abusive messages to others.
  7. Use appropriate language. Use of obscene or degrading language is prohibited.
  8. It is recommended that the user not reveal his/her personal address or phone number. Distributing the address or phone number of another person is prohibited.
  9. Internet resources, information, and e-mail are not guaranteed to be private. Any items containing inappropriate material or relating to illegal activities will be reported to the appropriate authorities.
  10. Do not use the internet in a manner that would disrupt the use of the internet by others. This includes, but is not limited to, sending mass e-mail messages, attempting to infect the system with a computer virus, attempting to “crash the system,” intentionally wasting resources, using large amounts of time, downloading or saving programs or files without permission onto the hard drive, or annoying other users in any fashion.
  11. Do not give anyone any password.
  12. Use of the internet to facilitate plagiarism is prohibited. No user shall misrepresent another person’s work as their own, or allow their work to be misrepresented as belonging to someone else.
  13. A violation of the internet usage policy which includes but is not limited to the use of VPNs, proxies, or any inappropriate material that violates Mt. Carmel policies, will result in a meeting with the Discipline and Training Committee and may result in monitoring software being installed on your devices.
It is understood that access to the internet is a privilege, not a right. Failure to abide by the rules in this document could result in the revocation of access privileges, disciplinary action, or legal action, as deemed appropriate.
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