Technology Department

Claymont City Schools' technology goals help prepare every child for a lifetime of success.
  • Provide our schools with the infrastructure to support learning with technology.
  • Educate and support staff members on the best practices for instructional technologies.
  • Integrate technology into the curriculum to increase academic opportunities.
  • Utilize technology to expand the academic environment outside of the traditional school day.
If you need tech support, click the "Tech Support" button to the right or email for the quickest response times.

Operations Director:
Beth Lint


Assistant Coordinator:
Chris Calderon


Assistant Coordinator:
Bill Bonanno

AUP - Acceptable Use Policy

In order for the school district to be able to continue to make its information resources available, all users must take responsibility for appropriate and lawful use of network access and other technology. 

The district firmly believes that the valuable information and interaction available using technology far outweighs the possibility that users may procure material that is not consistent with the educational goals of the district.  

Appendix A - Student Signature

Required by all students

-To allow access to computer and network resources

-To allow access to the internet resources

-To aquire Google educational accounts (K-12 grade)

Appendix B - Staff Signature

Required by all school staff

-To allow access to computer and network resources

-To allow access to intenet resources and email

-To accept responsibility for the dissemination of the AUP and work with the school to enforce this policy.

Appendix C - Internet Filtering Policy

The Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) was signed into law on December 21, 2000. Under CIPA, no school or library may receive discounts unless it certifies that it is enforcing a policy of internet safety that includes the use of filtering or blocking technology. This Internet Safety Policy must protect against access, through computers with internet access, to visual depictions that are obscene, child pornography or (in the case of use by minors) harmful to minors. The school or library must also certify that it is enforcing the operation of such filtering or blocking technology during any use of such computers by minors.

Appendix D - Personal Electronic Device Policy

Outlines procedures for students and staff to use personal computing devices during school hours

Students and staff may bring their privately owned electronic device to school, but must follow the guidelines outlined in this document.

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