We love sharing information with you via social media on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
Social Media Policy (KBCA)
USD 230 is pleased to offer social media users the ability to interact and comment on district news. However, the school district is not responsible for comments and wall postings made by visitors to the Spring Hill Schools' social media pages. In addition, comments posted in no way reflect the opinions and positions of the school district.
Spring Hill Schools asks that people making comments on the page show respect for their fellow users by ensuring the conversation remains civil, especially as some platforms allow children as young as 13 years old to join. Remember that your name and photo will be seen next to your comment, which is visible to the hundreds of visitors to the site. In addition, comments posted should be kept relevant to the conversation thread.
The district reserves the right, but assumes no obligation, to remove comments that are racist, sexist, abusive, profane, violent, obscene, spam, contain falsehoods or are wildly off-topic, or that libel, incite, threaten or make ad-hominem attacks on students, employees, guests or other individuals. The district also does not permit messages selling products or promoting commercial or other ventures.
Each social media platform encourages all users to utilize the “Report” links when abusive content is found. Spring Hill Schools also requests users report any inappropriate content to the district by emailing email@example.com.