Ma’ayanot iPad Hardware and Usage Agreement
  • Ownership

    Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School has legal title to the property at all times. The user’s right of possession and use is limited to and conditioned upon full and complete compliance with this agreement, the Student User Agreement and School Technology Policy.
  • Loss or Theft

    Should an iPad be damaged, lost, or stolen the student or parent/guardian should immediately notify the school. If an iPad is stolen the student/guardian should file a police report as soon as possible. If the iPad is lost, stolen, or totally damaged as a result of irresponsible behavior, the parent may be responsible for the full replacement cost. In the event of a lost or stolen iPad and once a police report is filed, Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School, in conjunction and with police, may deploy location software which may aid the police in recovering the iPad. Students who cease to be enrolled in Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School must return the iPad, along with any other accessories, at the time they leave the school. The iPad and all accessories should be returned to the Technology Department.
  • Damaged iPads and Insurance

    Each user is required to purchase iPad insurance through Ma’ayanot as an annual fee in the amount of $60. Any damage must be reported to the school immediately. At that time school we will determine if damage is accidental or due to negligent behavior. School iPads are issued with an extended warranty. This provides coverage for up to two incidents (with deductible) of accidental damage (manufacturer’s defect, mechanical failure, accidental drop, cracked screen) for your iPad, and the battery.
  • Full Cost Damage

    If the iPad is totally damaged, lost or stolen as a result of irresponsible behavior, the parent or guardian will be responsible for the full replacement cost of the device.
  • Deductibles

    1. First accidental damage occurrence ($49): Student will get a repaired or replacement iPad upon payment of the deductible.
    2. Second accidental damage occurrence ($49): Student will get a repaired or replacement iPad upon payment of the deductible.
    3. Third or subsequent accidental damage occurrence: Parent or guardian is responsible for the full replacement cost of the iPad
    4. Cost to replace a damaged or decorated case ($49)
    5. Cost to replace a lost charger ($25) or USB cord ($25)
  • Handling and Care of the iPad

    1. Keep the iPad in the school-issued case.
    2. Keep iPad and case free of any writing, drawing, stickers, or labels that are not applied by Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School.
    3. Do not remove labels, stickers, or screen protectors already placed on the iPad by the Technology Department.
    4. Use the iPad on a flat, stable surface.
    5. Do not set books on the iPad.
    6. Do not have food or drinks around the iPad.
    7. Do not attempt to repair a damaged or malfunctioning iPad.
    8. Wipe iPad surfaces with a clean, dry soft cloth.
    9. Avoid touching the screen with pens or pencils.
    10. Do not leave the iPad exposed to direct sunlight or near any heat or moisture sources for extended periods of time.
    11. Use the appropriate iPad A/C adapter to charge the iPad.
    12. The device must be housed in a protective case at all times.
  • Power Management

    1. It is the user’s responsibility to recharge the iPad’s battery so it is fully charged by the start of the school day.
    2. iPads with no battery life may be charged in the designated charging station. The student forfeits use of the iPad for the entire time it takes to charge the iPad.
    3. All class work missed because of uncharged batteries must be made up on the student’s own time
  • Security

    1. Do not leave the iPad unattended in an unlocked classroom, locker, or at an extracurricular activity.
    2. Do not leave the iPad in an unlocked vehicle.
    3. Do not leave the iPad in a vehicle for extended periods of time or overnight.
    4. Do not leave the iPad in visible sight when left in a vehicle.
    5. Do not leave the iPad unattended in an unlocked classroom or locker, or during an extracurricular activity.
    6. Do not lend the iPad to a classmate, friend, or family member.
  • iPad Management

    1. Do not sync the iPad to personal or school computers (Contact the technology staff if necessary)
    2. School-purchased apps will be installed on to student iPads using the school’s MDM software.
    3. Any attempt to “jailbreak” or remove the Ma’ayanot profile could result in suspension.
    4. Students are expected to respect the web filter as a safety precaution, and shall not attempt to circumvent the web filter.
    5. Students are responsible for the safety and security of the iPad and any activity on the device.
    6. We cannot guarantee that apps that are purchased that do not utilize iCloud backup will stay on the iPad if the device needs to be synched or reset to factory settings.
    7. The “Find My iPad” service must remain on at all times.
    8. Ma’ayanot Yeshiva may disable the iPad remotely to protect the device and/or data on the device.
  • Respectful Usage

    1. Communicate only in ways that are kind and respectful. Students and staff at the Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School shall not participate in any type of harassment or hurtful teasing through e-mail or any other communication using technology. Disciplinary action at school is possible even if the original electronic message began on a device other than a device owned by the school and on or off school property.
    2. Be responsible. Report threatening or discomforting materials to a teacher, a parent, or an administrator.
    3. Be honorable. Do not intentionally access, transmit, copy, or create material that violates traditional ethics (This includes messages that are pornographic, threatening, rude, discriminatory, or meant to harass).
    4. Respect others by always asking permission before taking pictures, video, or audio recordings of them.
    5. Time at school is to be spent in the pursuit of learning. Don’t buy, sell, advertise, or otherwise conduct business affairs unless it is approved as a school project.
  • Signature of Parent / Guardian above. You may use your mouse on a standard screen or a stylus / your finger on a touch screen to submit signature.