- My age:
- Figure features:
- I'm athletic
- My favourite drink:
- I prefer to drink ale
You might ask what makes these apps so special: you can do it all anonymously. This gives you a worry-free way to speak to new people and then when you feel comfortable you can decide to share your true identity.
However, there are ways around it. Copyright Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. Smith said the district emphasizes the digital citizenship component of using district devices through the Acceptable Use Policy and Responsible Use Practice, which is deed to help students understand their responsibilities when it comes to using the devices.
District spokesperson David Smith told 41 Action News the district has a very strong filtering system in place. Actions Facebook Tweet. Head instructor Matt McDaniel said he noticed the boy was on another adult sites that had inappropriate drawings.
This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. A Kansas City-area mother was horrified when her third-grader ended up in an adult chat room while doing virtual learning on a device provided by the school.
Parent angered after third grader ends up in adult chat room on district-issued device. Report a typo.
Traci Higbee said her third grade son, Logan, somehow ended up in an adult chat room on his district-issued device while doing virtual learning last week. McDaniel said it's a good example of how crucial it is for parents to stay vigilant and keep an eye on their children's screens if they can. Higbee said her son was at a virtual learning pod at Next Level Martial Arts.
Smith said elementary parents need to get in touch with their student's building principal to get set up for the service. There are controls available through the district's mobile device management system. Higbee said she took her son's Ipad to his school where staff blocked sites that did not pertain to online learning.
He said the district does provide some additional avenues for parents who want more control over devices. McDaniel said he keeps a close eye on students as they do their school work and was shocked to see the websites up on the iPad. By: Emma James. News Coronavirus.