Internet Monitoring

Web traffic on district-provided Chromebooks is filtered and monitored regardless of where the device connects to the Internet – at home, at school, at a friend’s house or coffee shop. As part of our commitment to safe and effective use of technology, parents/guardians will be able to view a web traffic report of their student’s Chromebook.

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Web traffic on district-provided Chromebooks is filtered and monitored regardless of where the device connects to the Internet – at home, at school, at a friend’s house or coffee shop. As part of our commitment to safe and effective use of technology, parents/guardians can view a web traffic report of their student’s Chromebook. A summary report will be emailed to you from support@securly.com, or you can login to Securly’s parent portal.

Review the Parent Report

A Parent Report will be provided via email from support@securly.com to the primary and secondary custodial parent email address as listed Campus Portal. The report provides the following information: Sites, Educational Sites, Searched Words, and Video. At the top of each email you may also click on “Visit your portal” for details and your student(s) specific internet activity.

As a parent you may also logon to the Securly web portal anytime using your email address. In the Securly web portal you have the option to permit/restrict Internet access when your student’s Chromebook is away from school. You have the option to block additional categories of websites along with specific sites. Parents are not able to change which sites are blocked by the district or change blocked categories.

The first time you use the portal you will need to enter your email address and click “Forgot Password?”  to get an initial password sent to your email address.

Eastern Carver County Schools monitors all internet access from any device that connects to our network at school, including personal devices. The district cannot and does not monitor personal devices outside of school. There is no report available for a personal device used at school.