Student Technology Use Agreement

Google Workspace Account

Owasso Public Schools will provide all students in grades K-12 with a Google Workspace account. Workspace, formerly G-Suite, is a brand of cloud computing, productivity and collaboration tools, software and products developed by Google. 
This service is available through an agreement between Google and Owasso Public Schools. Google Workspace is intended exclusively for educational use. The teachers of your student may be using Workspace Apps for lessons, assignments, and communication. The tools available through Google Workspace will allow students to collaboratively create, edit, and share school-related projects. The services are entirely online and are available 24/7 with internet access. 
Student accounts may include Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, Classroom, Gmail, Sites, Calendar, Blogger, YouTube, Maps, Earth, Hangouts/Meets and other applications that will benefit the learning experience. 
  • Students in grades 9-12 will have email access to send and receive email outside of the domain. However, the email account will identify the sender as an Owasso High School Student.

  • Students in grades K-8 will have email turned on, but will only be able to send or receive emails from students/ teachers within domain.

Although Workspace can be accessed outside of school, any use of the account on the domain is bound by the same rules and guidelines as use of any student account on the Owasso Public Schools network. These accounts are intended for educational purposes whether or not the student is at school.

School Responsibility

Workspace student accounts created by the school district will be managed at the district level. Both on and off campus, students’ Workspace accounts will be monitored and filtered for appropriate use. Digital citizenship instruction is included as part of introducing new web-based tools. Student accounts can be accessed by Owasso Public School’s Technology Administrators at any time. 

Parent/Guardian Responsibility

Parents assume responsibility for the supervision of Internet use outside of school. Parents are encouraged to discuss rules and expectations for using Internet-based tools, including Workspace Apps. Parents should report any evidence of cyberbullying or other inappropriate use to the school immediately.
Google Workspace is compliant with the Child Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). You can find the Google Workspace Terms of Service here: Google Workspace Terms of Service.
Updated February 2022