Jr Sr High School
The Peetz Plateau RE-5 School District holds data privacy and security in high regard and takes action to ensure that our students’ data is handled securely. Links to several laws that dictate how schools and educators handle student data are listed below:
Colorado Student Data Transparency and Security Act (HB 16-1423)
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
The Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA)
Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA)
What information does Peetz Plateau RE-5 collect and submit to the Colorado Department of Education?
The Colorado Department of Education's data elements summary is available *here*.
Data collection elements are available *here*
Does Peetz Plateau RE-5 collect information in addition to the data elements listed above?
In addition to the data collected as noted above, Peetz Plateau RE-5 generally collects and maintains the following personally identifiable information (PII) on its data systems:
Fees/Free and Reduced lunch information
Vision and Hearing Screening
Doctor of Record
Disciplinary Incident Details
Bus Transportation Details
Academic Performance Data
Learning Activities and Interventions
Transcripts and Enrollment history
Currently Checked-out Media
Account Access Logs
Our school uses and shares student PII to improve instruction and student achievement, to complete state and federal reporting requirements, and for accountability purposes.
For more information on how schools gather and use data, please use the following links:
Technology Menu Here you will find a searchable database of contract as well as on demand providers, information about each site or app, and privacy policies.
What "School Service Contract Providers" does the school district use?Link to contracted providers and data transparency disclosures Additions will be made to this list as new contracts are entered.
What "On Demand School Service Providers" are used in the district? Link to on-demand providers Additions will be made as new on demand providers are used.