Technology & Digital Systems

Michelle Burke

Director of Digital Systems
(Data Privacy Officer)
(585) 226-2455 ext 1648

Gail Marion

Wendy Wise

Computer Technician
(585) 226-2455 ext 1422

Computer Technician
(585) 226-2455 ext 1646

Please email if you have any questions or concerns.


Data Privacy & Security
The Avon Central School District is committed to Data Privacy & Security for the entire learning community of Avon.
If you feel that your child's personal data has been disclosed improperly, please fill out the Avon CSD Data Privacy Potential Improper Disclosure Report form.

Avon CSD:
- Parents Access to Student Data BOE Policy 7240

- Student Directory Information BOE Policy 7241

- Information Security BOE Policy 5672

- Parent's Bill of Rights for Data Privacy & Security
- Data Privacy Policy: BOE Policy 7251

Federal Government Protections for Educational Data:
- FERPA Protections for Educational Data: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
- COPPA Protection: Children's Online Privacy Protection Rule

For a list of software privacy policies that are utilized by the district or for FERPA related questions or concerns, please contact Michelle Burke, Director of Digital Systems at

Our 1 to 1 Device Program
Our reasons behind pursuing a 1 to 1 device program are rooted in our Technology Mission Statement and the Goals of our Technology Plan.

The Avon Central School District will create a technology-rich learning environment to strengthen effective teaching and learning.  Students will use current hardware, software, and telecommunications to solve significant problems and to effectively express themselves in a safe and responsible manner with a wide array of local, national, and international audiences.



Internet Safety Resources
GoGuardian Parent App
The GoGuardian parent App allows you to view the sites your child has been visiting, the documents they have been working on, and the extensions they have been using on their school Chromebook. In addition, you will be able to set a time limit schedule for their Chromebook use outside of school hours. Please watch this VIDEO to see an overview of the app and get step-by-step instructions on how to sign up for access.

NetSmartz is an Internet safety curriculum for Teachers and Parents. They have wealth of free resources that could be used at home or in the classroom. NetSmartz is sponsored by The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, The Office of juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, and The Boys & Girls Clubs of America.

Parent's Guide to Child Internet Safety