Children's Online Privacy Protection Act

COPPA Compliance Information

The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) is a federal law designed to ensure the online privacy and safety of personal information of children younger than age 13.

You may review COPPA at

In order for our stu­dents to use educational apps, pro­grams and ser­vices, cer­tain per­sonal iden­ti­fy­ing infor­ma­tion -- gen­er­ally the student’s name and email address -- must be pro­vided to the web site oper­a­tor.

The law per­mits schools such as ours to con­sent to the col­lec­tion of per­sonal infor­ma­tion on behalf of all of its stu­dents, thereby elim­i­nat­ing the need for indi­vid­ual parental con­sent given directly to the web site operator.

All websites, programs, and applications that currently utilize personally identifiable information are listed in the list below. Please be aware that teachers may or may not be using all the websites, programs, and applications listed here.

By publishing the below list, we assume that you give parental consent to all of the listed apps and websites. If you do not wish to give this consent to one or more of these apps or websites, please inform the school office or your child’s homeroom teacher.

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This Update: 2020/12/02 Previous Update: 2020/10/05

Coppa Compliance Information