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Parents » Electronic Device Policy

Electronic Device Policy

Marshall Middle School has a standing rule and daily policy for all electronic communication devices, to include but is not limited to: cell phones, IPods, MP3 players, electronic games (i.e. PSP, Ninetindo DS, etc.), etc. Students are not permitted to utilize these type of items while on school grounds unless a specific teacher has advised students to bring electronic devices to be used for specific activity. Students may use their device during class for that specific activity only. Electronic devices may not be used during the day or class outside of activities approved by teachers in the classroom. Marshall Middle School is not responsible for the loss or theft of your child’s electronic device.

 

Effective the first day of school, if these items are brought to school, the item can and will be confiscated by school personnel and must be picked up according to the following guidelines:

  • Items confiscated by any School Staff Member will be given to the Office Manager to be logged, noted, and tracked in the computer,
  • 1st Incident: Student will be able to pick up the item from the Main Office after school from 2:15pm to 2:30pm. Student will be given a warning as to what will happen if an electronic device is confiscated from him/her a second time.
  • 2nd Incident: Student’s Parent/Legal Guardian (whichever is listed on the Emergency Card) must come to the Main Office to sign for the item. Parent/Legal Guardian must provide photo ID to verify their identity.
  • 3rd Incident: Confiscated electronic device will be retained and kept secure in the Main Office until the end of the school year in June and will require a Parent/Legal Guardian to pick up. Parent/Legal Guardian must provide photo ID to verify their identity.