Electronic devices policy that provides that all activities involving electronic devices, including but not limited to television, movies, games, videos, computers and hand held electronic devices, shall adhere to the following limitations:
Electronic device activities for children under age two are prohibited; and time allowed for electronic device activities for children ages two and above shall not exceed two hours per day.
Computer practices policy that requires computers that allow internet access by children to be equipped with monitoring or filtering software that limits access by children to inappropriate web sites, e-mail, and instant messaging.
Programs, movies, and video games with violent or adult content, including by not limited to soap operas, television news, and sports programs aimed at audiences other than children, shall not be permitted in the presence of children.
All television, video, DVD, or other programming shall be suitable for the youngest child present. “PG” programming or its television equivalent shall not be shown to children under age five. “PG” programming shall only be viewed by children age five and above and shall require written parental authorization. Any programming with a rating more than “PG” is prohibited. All video games shall be suitable for the youngest child with access to the games.