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Student Use of Computers
by Sarah Cooper
In the golden heart of gentle foothills
Our Alma Mater leads each day!
Ours to hold as we depart.
The Official Seal of Mauldin High School is enclosed by ribbons in the school colors of orange and white. The motto AGE QUOD ADIS means finish what you attempt. The original founding date is 1927 - the new founding date is 1973. A Maverick head is the school mascot. The shield is divided into four parts: the American flag symbolizes Freedom; the open book symbolizes knowledge and wisdom (SAPERE AUDE - dare to be wise); the magnolia symbolizes abundance and natural beauty; and the white clouds in a blue sky symbolize a serene community, free of pollution and congestion, while the spire with cross symbolizes character.
The administration, faculty, and staff of Mauldin High School, in conjunction with the students, their families, and the community, shall provide every student the opportunity, challenge, and support to realize his or her educational potential and the ability to assume a productive role in a democratic society.
The student will:
Student Acceptable Use Policy Agreement
Greenville County Schools has developed a computer network that connects all schools to each other, the District Office, and the Internet. Additionally, students use this network to access school card catalogs in the media center. "Acceptable use" of this network is use that is consistent with the instructional goals of the District. Electronic teaching and learning tools and online access are designed to support student education. The District takes precautions by using filtering software to keep inappropriate Internet sites out of the classroom. Internet filters are not a substitute for educators diligently monitoring students’ computer and Internet use. Students will be appropriately monitored to ensure that they are complying with the school’s acceptable use policy (AUP) and other school rules. If you, the student, break "acceptable use" rules, you may lose the privilege to use both classroom computers and/or the Internet. Further disciplinary and/or legal action may be taken at the discretion of the school administration.
Newspaper - The Round-Up is our publication written and published by members of the student body under the direction of a faculty advisor.
Yearbook - Reflections is the Mauldin High School yearbook. A record of student life and school activities is presented in both photos and print. This publication is supported by subscribers and advertisements from local businesses.
Samuel’s Torch - Samuel’s Torch is the student body art and literature magazine. It is published once each year. The publication showcases students’ art, photography, poetry, and short stories. Announcements will be made informing all students how they may submit their work.
WMHS - WMHS is a student-produced, directed, reported, filmed, and anchored in-house news and sports broadcast. Students learn video technology and broadcast reporting. WMHS productions are also broadcast to the community via our local cable access channel.
Web Site - The school web site is located at www.greenville.k12.sc.us/mauldinh. The web site contains the latest school news, academic requirements, school polices, and contact information.The Stampede – The Stampede is our weekly electronic newsletter made available via e-mail. For information on how to receive The Stampede, visit our web site at www.greenville.k12.sc.us/mauldinh.