How Oak Knoll Uses Information
Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child is committed to upholding the trust of parents, faculty, staff, alumni and visitors placed in us by the sharing of information regarding themselves or their children. Our privacy and security policies are reviewed regularly to ensure both your privacy and to provide the best possible experience for our community. Below is an overview of how information is collected, used and monitored by Oak Knoll. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child will not collect personally identifiable information about you — such as your name, address, telephone number, social security number, email address, child’s name, child’s gender, child’s age — unless you voluntarily provide it by filling out one of the forms on our website. If/when you do provide personal information through one of our online forms, it will be used to fulfill a request you have made or contact you to provide you with more targeted content pertaining to our school. You will always have the option to “opt-out” of future communication. We do not share your personal information outside of our school, and only authorized individuals will be able to access your data.
“Cookies” are small bits of data stored on your computer while you are browsing a website. We use first- and third-party cookies to compile aggregate data about website traffic and site interaction so we can personalize content and optimize our website and create a better user experience for our visitors.
Oak Knoll follows industry best practices regarding the protection and security of our systems and services. Contracts with third parties for software services are reviewed for compliance with best practices as well as to ensure only the minimum amount of data needed is used within those systems. We expect our vendors to respect your privacy and treat your information accordingly. Please note: Data transmission over the internet is inherently insecure, and we cannot guarantee the security of data sent over the internet.
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Updated May 25, 2018