At Rockwood, we use G Suite for Education, a set of education productivity tools from Google. Students use their G Suite to complete assignments, communicate with teachers, sign into Chromebooks, and learn 21st Century digital citizenship skills.
Our elementary school students have access to the following Google Additional Services:
- Chrome Web Store *
- Google Bookmarks
- Google Books
- Google Cloud Print
- Google Earth
- Google Maps and Google My Maps
- Google Photos
- Google Play *
* Rockwood restricts usage of this service to district-approved apps and extensions.
Our middle school students have access to all elementary services, along with Google Sites, Blogger and YouTube. It is important to note that Rockwood does not allow YouTube-restricted videos and our content filter also restricts inappropriate content.
Our high school students have access to all elementary and middle services, along with Google Takeout, which is enabled for high school seniors in May so they may export the contents of their Rockwood Google Drive.
- What information does Google provide regarding information collection, use and disclosure?
- What personal information does Google collect when a student account is created?
- What information does Google collect when a student uses their services?
- How does Google use this information?
- Does Google use student personal information for users in K-12 schools to target advertising?
- Can my child share information with others using the G Suite for Education account?
- Will Google disclose my child's personal information?
- What choices do I have as a parent or guardian?