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RE: [K12OSN] CIPA and xxxGUARD



Blocking games is applicable also because having them in a school is a
distraction to classroom education.

I can't begin to count the number of times that I've walked into a lab
and seen a teacher trying to teach while 3 or 4 kids are goofing off on
Shockwave.com.

- James

> -----Original Message-----
> From: k12osn-admin redhat com 
> [mailto:k12osn-admin redhat com] On Behalf Of Caleb
> Sent: Monday, June 10, 2002 12:46 PM
> To: k12osn redhat com
> Subject: [K12OSN] CIPA and xxxGUARD
> 
> 
> I think David and I are on the same page. One might want to 
> say my blocking games for example is "happily trampling" on 
> first amendment rights, but when the business manager can't 
> do her job because we have the bandwidth sucked up with games 
> what am I supposed to do? If blocking games is a first 
> amendment right no no, then so is just saying you can't play 
> online games at work. Blocking the games is a way of 
> enforcing the rule and assuring that I am doing one of my 
> required job requirements which is to keep my network running 
> efficiently enough that people can do their job.
> 
>   
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> Caleb Wagnon, MCP
> Fordyce Public Schools
> Office of Technology
> 100 Redbug Blvd.
> Fordyce, AR 71742
> (870) 352 2968
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