St. Mary's Elementary School

Personal Electronic Devices

To promote respect and dignity of all members of the school community and enhance student achievement and safety, the use of a personal electronic devices (PEDs*) by students is strictly prohibited in the school or during school related activities such as retreats, field trips, and sports events. If parents want their children to have these for use before arriving on the school grounds or after leaving the school grounds, they may do so. 

Students choosing to use these items while at school, - despite school rules to the contrary - risk having the item confiscated and returned at date/time set forth by the principal. The school will not be responsible for lost or stolen items. 

*personal electronic devices - PEDs also include any current or emerging wireless handheld technologies or portable IT systems that can be used for the purpose of communication, entertainment, data management, word processing, wireless internet access, image capture/recording, sound recording and information transmitting/receiving/storing, etc. 


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