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Online Learning Resources

Flagler Schools takes your child's privacy seriously, and is committed to providing a safe and secure online environment for their educational experiences. The protection of student data is of the utmost importance. As part of this commitment, we want to assure you that we are aggressively working to be in full compliance with our online partners in terms of the student privacy statutes, which safeguard your child's personal information when they access the online tools and services provided by our school system.
Any online or web-based software application that includes personally identifiable information (such as student name, date of birth, social security number, etc.) must be compliant with state and federal privacy laws and regulations. We are working to ensure compliance with the newly created Florida State Statute 1006.1494, Student Online Personal Information Protection Act and the requirements of Florida Administrative Code 6A-1.0955 as introduced by Senate Bill 662.

Although the school year has begun, the District is working with our online providers to secure the necessary assurances on data collection and student privacy. Our focus is to partner with organizations that are in full compliance with maintaining and securing and student personal information being collected on your child. We are carefully reviewing their practices to ensure that they align with the robust requirements set forth in the statute.

We believe strongly in the value power of collaboration and open communication between the school, parents, and the community as well as our valued online partnerships. Our goal is to provide your child with a safe and enriching educational environment that fosters growth and achievement. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our efforts to protect your child's online personal information or the status of outstanding online data privacy agreements, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. 

Students enrolled in career training and college level courses that are made available to high school students such as Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE), Advanced Placement (AP), Dual Enrollment (DE), Career and Technical Education (CTE), and International Baccalaureate (IB) courses will follow the curriculum outlined by the designated course standards and may need to access online learning resources that are still currently being reviewed. Parents have the right to request their student not be enrolled in these courses. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us.

Link to Available Online Learning Resources

Please check back often as we continue to secure additional Student Data Privacy Agreements frequently and will update Available Online Learning Resources list. 

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