Zahrat Al-Sahraa International School


The use of technology during our online and hybrid learning experiences shall be consistent with Zahrat Al-Sahra’a International School’s goals of promoting educational excellence by facilitating resource sharing, innovation, and communication.

The teachers and students are part of the school’s domain which consists of an account on the School Management System, Pioneers, and Google’s educational services. Each teacher/student registered on the school’s domain requires a special ID and personal password to access the online services offered by the school.

Therefore, the user is responsible for his/her actions and activities involving using the school’s domain. The IT officer and school principal are the final decision makers regarding any violation.


Inappropriate uses include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Using the domain for illegal activity, including violation of copyright or transmitting sensitive information
  • Any use that violated the school’s policies addressing bullying and harassment mentioned in the student’s Code of Conduct
  • Registering to illegal websites or services
  • Downloading copyrighted material
  • Using the domain for private financial or commercial gain or advertising
  • Wastefully using resources, such as file space o bandwidth for non-educational materials
  • Hacking or gaining unauthorized access to files, resources, or entities
  • Invading the privacy of individuals
  • Publishing or transmitting private information, including photographic, video, and audio depictions of others, without authorization.
  • Misrepresenting one's identity or using another person's password, user profile, or technology or allowing another to use one's identity, password, or technology without authorization
  • Posting material authored or created by another without his/her consent
  • Posting anonymous messages
  • Accessing, publishing or transmitting information used to cheat, or otherwise violate student conduct rules
  • Accessing, submitting, posting, publishing, creating, or displaying any defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, obscene, profane, threatening, racially offensive, harassing, or illegal material


Guidelines for proper use of the school’s domain

  • Do not send abusive messages to others.
  • Use appropriate language. Do not swear, or use vulgarities or any other inappropriate language.
  • Do not reveal personal information, including addresses and telephone numbers of students or staff.
  • Do not use the domain in any way that might result in disruption for other users.
  • Cyber bullying, including personal attacks or threats toward anyone made while using personal or the school’s domain, is to be reported to responsible school personnel. Communication should be conducted in a responsible, ethical manner.
  • Avoid all points stated in the inappropriate uses list.