Spring View Middle School, Good Day Sacramento: "Mona Lisa Art Project"
Antelope Creek Elementary School, The Placer Herald: "Rocklin Unified teachers learn to use the virtual classroom right along with their students"
Rocklin Unified School District, The Placer Herald: "Rocklin Unified donates 10,000 masks to Sutter Roseville"
Parker Whitney Elementary School, Good Day Sacramento: "Reading Time!"
Parker Whitney Elementary School, Mix 96 Sacramento: "Facebook Live: Distance Learning Experience"
Rocklin Unified School District, Comstock's Magazine: "Learning a Lot"
Rocklin Unified School District, Style Media Group: "What's Up in March 2020"
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RUSD Hosts National/State Privacy Experts at One of a Kind
Student Data Security and Confidentiality Workshop
New laws put the spotlight on more than just Digital Citizenship for School Districts
Recently, to build on this outstanding reputation, the District hosted the Gold Country CETPA (California Educational Technology Professionals Association) quarterly meeting which gathered national and state experts at the RUSD District Office. “RUSD is hoping to lead local schools in this important arena. More than 75 educators from 30 districts across six counties throughout Northern California attended this valuable all day workshop. We hope to help everyone understand and respond to parent’s concerns and increase confidence in technical products we choose for students and schools. Best practices, updates on student privacy and new legislation were also shared,” said Mike Fury, who also serves as current chair of the local CETPA chapter.
Internationally recognized non-profit iKeepSafe also supported the important event as a presenter. They serve as a major leader and advocate in the field of cyber safety and work with policy leaders, educators, technology experts in tracking global trends and issues surrounding digitally connected products and their affect on children. Through this network of support , their research drives the continuous creation of positive resources for parents , educators and policy makers who teach youths how to use new media devices and platforms in safe and healthy ways. “iKeepSafe recognizes exemplar leadership from Rocklin Unified School District and Gold Country CETPA. They have gathered key stakeholders engaged and invested in protecting student data privacy to work together to improve privacy practices and ensure products and contracts are compliant with new CA laws, " said Marsali S. Hancock, President, CEO iKeepSafe.