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Student Data Privacy

Mundelein High School District 120 takes the privacy of our student's data seriously. This page intends to make transparent and is working diligently to be compliant with the Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA) when it goes into effect July 1, 2021.

What is SOPPA?

What happens to the student data that we send to a third party vendor? Information like names, birthdates, etc. may be provided by Mundelein High School District 120 to a third party like IXL, NWEA MAP, etc. What protections do those companies have in place to make sure that our student's data is not sold or freely given to others? This is exactly what SOPPA looks to address. As part of SOPPA, these companies must enter into Data Privacy Agreements (DPA) with each district they work with. These agreements outline what data is stored, how it is protected, what the company can and cannot do with that data, and what they will do in the event of a data breach.

What are Data Privacy Agreements (DPA)?

Mundelein High School District 120 leverages the Student Data Privacy Consortium (SDPC), which is an unique collaborative of schools, districts, regional, territories and state agencies, policy makers, trade organizations and marketplace providers addressing real-world, adaptable, and implementable solutions to growing data privacy concerns. If you would like to read more about the SDPC, click here. Through the SDPC we enter into contracts with 3rd party vendors who handle our student's data. If you would like to view the DPAs that Mundelein High School District 120 currently holds, please click the following link: Mundelein High School District 120 Data Privacy Agreements

Important Data Privacy Laws

  • Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA): Guarantees that student data is protected when collected by educational technology companies, and that data is used for beneficial purposes only.
  • Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA): Restricts the collection of personal information from children under 13 by companies operating websites, games, mobile applications, and digital services that are directed to children or that collect personal information from individuals known to be children.
  • Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA): Imposes certain requirements on schools that utilize the federal E-Rate program to receive discounts for internet access and other technology services, or that receive federal grants for other technology expenses.
  • Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA): Governs information in a student’s education record, restricting access and use of student information

Director of Technology: Daniel Crowe

Mundelein High School is committed to providing its students, teachers and staff with state-of-the-art technology equipment and integration in order to enhance teaching and learning within District 120. 

Students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary for today's technology-centric world and teachers will be able to engage and interact with their students in a technology-rich environment. In addition, our commitment to being at the forefront of technology will allow staff to support students and communicate effectively with their parents and guardians in order to achieve our core values: equity, growth and collaboration.


Examples of technology that MHS Technology Staff supports:

  • Chromebooks for every student
  • Google Apps for Education
  • Interactive White Boards in every classroom
  • Multiple technology labs and collaborative spaces
  • Wi-Fi  with numerous access points that provide fast internet coverage for the entire building and outdoor campus
  • Network integrated systems such as copiers and bell system
  • More than 3,000 desktops and mobile devices
  • PowerSchool for grades & attendance
  • District website and Intranet

students using chromebooks
teacher using smart board in business incubator classroom
students using computers in computer lab

Chromebooks for Every Student

Approved by the District 120 Board of Education in the fall of 2013, the 1:1 (one-to-one) Computing Initiative provides every student enrolled at Mundelein High School with his/her own Chromebook for use during all four years of attendance. 

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Chromebook Documents

Chromebook Pick-Up for Incoming Freshmen & New Students

Incoming freshmen and new/transfer students are eligible to receive a Chromebook after completing the online high school registration process and electronically signing the necessary paperwork. 

Chromebooks will be distributed during freshman orientation each year.

Chromebook Return for Seniors

Chromebooks must be returned for a senior to be eligible to participate in graduation ceremony.  *Failure to return the issued Chromebook and A/C adapter will result in an outstanding fee on the student’s district account.

Return Procedure: 

  • All Chromebooks, with the exception of Seniors that require to use a Chromebook for AP Exams, must be returned by May 12, 2022 prior to cap & gown pick up.
  • Seniors using their Chromebook for AP exams may return their Chromebook and A/C adapter to the Technology Office (located at the back of the Media Center).
  • There is no option for Seniors to purchase their MHS issued Chromebook.
*Chromebooks that are not returned after a student graduates or leaves the district will be deactivated and rendered useless and a replacement fee will be added to the student's account.  

Seniors: Export your Google Data!

Senior Google accounts are deleted August 1 each year. Seniors desiring to export any of their Google data should do so prior to August 1 using the Google Takeout Tool.

How to Export your Google Data (directions with screenshots)
Google Takeout Tool

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* Crowe, Daniel Chief Information Officer 847-949-2200 x1310
Crowe, Matthew Technology Support Specialist 847-949-2200 x1309
Drost, Sheri Student Information Specialist 847-949-2200 x1314
Fletcher, Jennifer Webmaster 847-949-2200 x1321
Kwasniak, Konrad Network Support Specialist 847-949-2200 x1324
Miranda, Anthony Technology Support Specialist 847-949-2200 x1313
Rosales, Chris Technology Support Supervisor 847-949-2200 x1336
Tonelli, Michael Technology Support Specialist 847-949-2200 x1328
Vazquez, Austin Technology Support Specialist 847-949-2200 x1327
Villanueva, Bryan Network Operations Manager 847-949-2200 x1331
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