The purpose of the Calhoun web site is to provide information about the school and make it easy for the community to participate in its offerings. Accordingly, there is some level of interactivity on the web site, including some in which users provide personal information. Calhoun respects the privacy of its web site users. When you provide personal information, Calhoun keeps it private, as explained below.
Use of Personal Information
Calhoun only collects the personal information you voluntarily provide when posting, registering or paying on-line. Calhoun does not track or identify individual users. Nor does Calhoun record, share or sell any individual personal information.
The technology used on the website may collect other limited information about you such as the type of browser you are using, the Internet Protocol address of your Internet Service Provider, and how you interact with the site. For example, occasionally Calhoun will look at Google Analytics to determine such things as where traffic originates and how the site is navigated, but all that information is anonymous and cannot be directly linked to individual users.
If you post a comment on a blog, or in any other non-password protected area of the web site, your posting is viewable by the general public, so be aware that any personal information posted there will no longer be personal.
When you submit personal information (such as contact information or credit card numbers), that information is encrypted at the highest level available of Secured Sockets Layer. Servers that store personally identifiable information are in a secure environment. Calhoun does not permanently store credit card numbers submitted through the web site