Sound. Sound must be muted at all times unless permission is obtained from the teacher for instructional purposes. External earphones should not be used unless permission is obtained from the teacher.
Sound. Community living requires that individuals and groups monitor their sound levels at all times out of courtesy and respect for other students and to promote an environment that is conducive to student success. During times not designated as quiet hours, residents and their guests must limit noise so as to reasonably avoid disturbing other residents. Residents are expected to comply with the requests of others to reduce noise levels at all times. During Quiet Hours, it is each resident’s responsibility to be certain that no noise can be heard outside of their room/suite or in neighboring rooms, halls, shared common spaces, or outside of the building.
Sound. (a) Performers will not exceed a maximum sound pressure level of 90db indoors during the hours of 8:00am – 5:00pm Monday – Friday, 100db indoors during the hours of 5:00pm-Midnight Sunday – Saturday, and 104db outdoors at the front of House mix location with a professional decibel meter set on fast response. Level check will be made throughout the performance including sound checks. Performers must be prepared to lower the level of stage amps in order to ascertain a good mix and stay within the limits set.
Sound. No voice amplifiers of any kind are permitted. Sound level of TV, radio, or stereo must be kept to the confines of the exhibit space.
Sound. In class, use of headphones or sound is at the discretion of the teacher. Sound must not interfere with instructional activities. Students may purchase and use their own headphones with permission from the instructor. Printing Students are encouraged to digitally share their work with their peers and teachers only for educational purposes (not for cheating or plagiarism purposes). For Chromebook, students may print at home with the directions located here: xxxxx://xxxxxxx.xxxxxx.xxx/chromebook/answer/7225252?hl=en Applications Students are allowed to install pre-approved Chrome extensions from the Chrome Web Store in addition to the pre- installed applications. Using the Student Devices Outside of School ● Students are encouraged to use their student devices outside of school. ● Internet access via Wi-Fi is required for student devices to access the Google Apps cloud storage; however, for Chromebooks, offline access includes Google Drive Offline and many Chrome Apps. ● Students are expected to follow all WPAS policies wherever they use their student devices. Student Device Care It is essential for students to use and care for their student devices. As noted previously, “student devices” refers to devices, batteries, cases, and power cords/chargers. Students should observe the following use and care routines with student devices: At School ● Do not leave student devices unattended. ● Do not pile things on top of student devices. ● In a locker or backpack, place the student device in a vertical position. ● Protect student devices from extreme cold or heat and from food or drinks; this will ruin the battery and/or screen. ● Use devices in accordance with WPAS policies and staff directives. At Home ● Students are expected to bring student devices to school fully charged. Charge student device completely each night. ● Keep the student device and charger together. ● Do not leave student devices in or on an unsafe or unstable location, such as a stool, chair, or on the floor. ● Protect student devices from extreme cold or heat, from food or drinks, and from small children and pets. Traveling To and From School ● Shut down the student device before traveling. ● Do not leave student devices in a vehicle. ● Report any issues to a parent, guardian, school official, or trusted adult. Device Care ● Chromebooks with the protective case should only have the Chromebook in the case, nothing else. ● Chromebooks in the laptop bag should only have the Chromebook in the main p...
Sound. Sound will be muted at all times unless permission is obtained from the teacher for instructional purposes. Deleting Apps iPads will have security applications installed. Deletion of security- related apps is prohibited. Doing so may interfere with your ability to complete class work. Apps Free apps not provided by the District can be downloaded through your Library Media Specialist. Content must be school appropriate and follow all terms of this Agreement and the BISD Student Technology Acceptable Use Policy.