Revised: May 12, 2018
PJHS.org strives to provide online information and resources in a safe, secure manner that respects user privacy when they visit pjhs.org and related links. This privacy statement addresses the collection, use, disclosure, and security of information that may be obtained by pjhs.org when you visit our websites that have our privacy statement in the footer.
PJHS.org uses Google Analytics to capture information about the effectiveness of its website. When users visit pjhs.org, the service collects some or all of the following information:
The information is NOT identifiable by person and is only used cumulatively for statistical purposes to help make our websites user friendly. For instance, data on what people are searching for helps determine what type of content to make available on the website, or make the most popular search terms more easily accessible on sites.
For site security purposes the servers housing these sites use programs to monitor network traffic. Everyone using pjhs.org consents to the monitoring of their use by these programs and the analysis of traffic to recognize possible security breaches.
If, during your visit to the website, you voluntarily provide personally identifiable information through a form, we will collect such information. We do not ask for any information that is not already part of the Public Domain. Examples of personally identifiable information may include:
The information collected is not limited to text and may include audio, video and other graphic formats you send us. Information is retained and used in accordance with existing laws, rules, regulations, and other policies.
As a general rule, we will not disclose any personally identifiable information collected online to entities outside the PJHS Community except where you have given us permission, or where the information is of the Public Domain. Visitors should be aware that information collected through the website may be subject to examination and inspection, if such information is a public record or not otherwise protected from disclosure.
Several Tools, policies and protocols are used to safeguard the submission of information. Security measures have been integrated into the site design, implementation and day-to-day operations of the entire operating environment as part of our continuing commitment to the security of content as well as the electronic transmission of information. Secondary level security is implemented on features accessible outside of the secure site. Examples of features are the blog and forums.
To further secure your privacy, do not divulge any passwords or sensitive information to anyone in a phone call or email. When you are finished with those applications that are password protected or required the input of security profile information, always close the browser page after logging off the site.
Email is not a secure form of transmission. It is not recommended that you submit sensitive or personally identifiable information via email. If you choose to provide us with personal information in an email we may use the email and the information contained within it to improve our service to you or to respond to your request. Sometimes we forward your email to other who may be better able to help you. Except for authorized law enforcement investigations or as required by law, we do not share your email with any other organizations outside of the pjhs.org community.
Privacy Statement Changes
Revisions to this privacy statement will be posted to this page so you will know the type of information revised. The last date of revision will be placed at the top of this document.
Our goal is to provide a private, efficient and friendly experience.
Reporting Site Violations or
Use the Contact form available on the pjhs.org web site to report site violations, suggest modifications of make recommendations for improvements. For immediate notifications contact the Administration.
Other useful privacy and security
You can find more useful privacy and security-related materials through Google's policies and principles pages, as well as: