Computers in the school allow access to unique resources and provide the opportunity for collaborative work. The use of these computers must be in support of education and research and be consistent with the educational objectives of Salpointe Catholic High School.
The use of computers at school is a privilege, not a right, and inappropriate use will result in cancellation of those privileges.
All of the computers at Salpointe Catholic High School operate in the Windows 7 environment using Microsoft Office 2013. Students should be aware of the software versions installed on school computers so that if they are creating files at home to use or view on school machines they save as the appropriate file type and version.
In addition to approximately 375 computers on campus, Salpointe Catholic High School has over 58 interactive white boards throughout campus and VHS and DVD viewing capability in every classroom, the library and the computer lab.
SCHS technology use by students, faculty, and staff is not private and may be monitored at any time by designated SCHS staff to ensure appropriate use.
Internet Access:Faculty, staff and students have access to the Internet, which is paid for by the school.
The user is ultimately responsible for his/her actions in use of computer resources and in accessing the Internet when using his/her Salpointe Internet account whether on school property or away from campus at a remote computer.
All Internet sites accessed are monitored and logged by username.
Content filtering is active on the gateway which connects our network to the rest of the Internet. All web pages are accessed through this filter. Our filter service categorizes all web pages into one or more of 56 categories.
If you wish to have a website reviewed for approval so that it may be viewed on campus, please email WebFiltering@salpointe.org or contact 520-547-4333 or extension 3401. Be sure to include the following in your request: your name, phone number, email address, the specific website address for review and the reason you would like this website reviewed. Students can email requests directly from computers on campus by using their student Gmail accounts.
It is Salpointe Catholic High School policy to remove a student’s Salpointe issued Gmail account 60 days after the student's graduation allowing ample time for the forwarding of any important emails to a personal email account of choice.
Mr. Jeff Mounts, Director for Planning and Sustaining Administrative Systems and the Salpointe Institute
M.Ed. Northern Arizona University (Educational Leadership)
Mr. Tim Barry, Computer Network Coordinator
B.S. University of Arizona (Chemistry)
Ms. Suzi Malisewski, Educational Technology Coordinator
B.S. University of Arizona (Family and Consumer Science)
Ms. Erin Hefley Coulter '01, Digital Communications Manager
B.A. University of Arizona (Communications)