RE-1 Valley School District Data Privacy Statement
Parents and guardians want assurances that personal information and data about their children are secure and protected by our school system. These questions are rising as we use the internet, mobile apps, cloud computing, online learning and new technologies to deliver exciting new education services.
In RE-1 Valley School District we desire to be clear about what data we collect, how this data is used to support your child’s education and the safeguards in place to protect your child’s data.
RE-1 Valley School District holds data privacy and security in high regard and takes action to ensure that our students’ data is handled securely in compliance with the Colorado Student Data Transparency and Security Act (HB 16-1423) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Protecting personal information in a secure and responsible way is at the heart of our efforts to provide a richer and more dynamic learning experience for all our students.
Federal and State Law Governing Data Reporting Requirements
In order to meet requirements of specific federal and state laws, RE-1 Valley School District is required to report specific student, school, and district Data to the Colorado Department of Education (CDE). For more information regarding what information CDE collects, how it uses this information and CDE’s data privacy policies please visit the following link: Data Elements Collected by the Colorado Department of Education.
RE-1 Valley School District Contracted Educational Partners
Contracts are available for review upon request.
On-Demand School Service Providers used in RE-1 Valley Schools
- what data is collected
- educational purpose data is collected
- how data is used
- will not sell/share student data
- will not engage in any target marketing practices
Teachers have district approval to use the following website and mobile apps with students. Teachers can create accounts for students with any of the following websites or mobile apps unless the student’s parent/guardian has indicated in writing, by submitting a formal letter to the school’s principal, that they prefer their child not have this access to these digital learning resources.