We take digital citizenship very seriously. We expect you to navigate the digital world safely, responsibly, and ethically.
- Comply with the laws at all times. Do not post any information or engage in any social media activity that may violate applicable local, state, or federal laws or regulations.
- Do not engage in any discriminatory, harassing, or retaliatory behavior in violation of PCS policy.
- Respect copyright, fair use, and financial disclosure rules and regulations. Identify all copyrighted or borrowed material with proper citations and/or links.
- Do not post confidential information about PCS, its students, teachers, or staff. Remember that the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act, including any and all information that might identify a student, protect most student information.
- Always be fair and courteous to fellow students, teachers and staff, and anyone else you see on campus. Avoid using statements, photographs, video, or audio that could be reasonably viewed as malicious, obscene, threatening, or intimidating, that disparages others or that might constitute harassment or bullying.
- Make sure you are always honest and accurate when posting information or news, and if you make a mistake, correct it quickly. Never post any information or rumors that you know to be false about PCS, fellow students, teachers or staff or other people working on behalf of the school. When posting, it is best to use a disclaimer such as "The postings on this site are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of PCS."
- Never be false or misleading with respect to your identity.