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1:1 Technology at MJHS

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Educators in the MUSD realize that technology must be thoroughly integrated to prepare students for success in 21st century colleges and ...more

MJHS and Social Media

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Twitter is an online so cial networking service that enables users to send and read "tweets", which are text messages limited to ...more

10 Top Technology Time-Savers

Tech Columnist David Pogue shares 10 simple clever tips for computer, web, camera, and smartphone users. And yes -- you may know a few of these already, but there's probably at least one you don't! 



MJHS Technology Policy & Procedures

All parents and students should review the MJHS Technology Policy & Procedures in order to understand the expectations MUSD has in regard to student use and responsibilities when handling technology equipment and accessing a web browser and the internet at school or with MUSD issued  accounts, including the possibility of disciplinary consequences or loss of use of technology for irresponsible use of equipment and possible fines for damages incurred to MUSD property.

Tracking Assignments and Grades

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All MJHS teachers maintain online calendars of assignments, so parents and students can easily track due dates. To find out what assignments are due, follow these ...more

Key MJHS Computer Programs: School Loop and Haiku - What are they?

School Loop

Each MJHS teacher has a School Loop web page. This page is what might be called a 'jumping off point' for parents and students looking for information about a teacher's course. The School ...more

92 Teen Text Terms Decoded for Confused Parents

92 Teen Text Terms Decoded for Confused Parents

(from an online Time Magazine article by Jessica Citizen, May 3, 2012) ) ...more


MUSD Student Technology Appropriate Use


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MUSD Technology Plan 2013-2016

MUSD Technology Integration Plan



Students will:
● Use school technologies for school-related activities.
● Follow the same guidelines for respectful, responsible behavior online that they are 
expected to follow offline.
● Treat school resources carefully, and alert staff if there is any problem with their 
● Encourage positive, constructive discussion if allowed to use communicative or 
collaborative technologies.
● Alert a teacher or other staff member should any threatening, inappropriate, or harmful 
content (images, messages, posts) are seen online.
● Use school technologies at appropriate times, in approved places, for educational 
● Cite sources when using online sites and resources for research
● Recognize that use of school technologies is a privilege and treat it as such.
● Be cautious to protect the safety of themselves and others.
● Help to protect the security of school resources.



Students will not:
● Use school technologies in a way that could be personally or physically harmful.
● Attempt to find inappropriate images or content.
● Engage in cyberbullying, harassment, or disrespectful conduct toward others.
● Try to find ways to circumvent the school’s safety measures and filtering tools.
● Use school technologies to send spam or chain mail.
● Plagiarize content found online.
● Post personally-identifying information, about themselves or others.
● Agree to meet someone I meet online in real life.
● Use language online that would be unacceptable in the classroom.
● Use school technologies for illegal activities or to pursue information on such activities.
● Attempt to hack or access sites, servers, or content that isn’t intended for my use.

These are not intended to be exhaustive lists.

Students should exercise good judgment when using technologies.



Users will be financially accountable for any damage resulting from loss, negligence or misuse. 
While the costs of technology repair parts vary significantly over time.

Typical Costs of Netbook Repairs
● Keyboard replacement - $50
● Screen replacement - $125
● Replacement of Chromebook - $300