Important Message Regarding Home Access Center Parent Portal

The following message is for all users of the eSchoolPlus Home Access Center Parent Portal. The message was sent from SunGard K-12 Education, the provider of the eSchoolPlus system:

We have become aware of an application marketed as “easyHAC”, which is available in the iTunes store. The iTunes description of easyHAC is as follows: easyHAC is the cheaper, more advanced alternative to other existing Home Access Center Apps. It allows both students and parents to view the Home Access Center (HAC), which contains information pertaining to things such as grades and attendance. All data is retrieved directly from the Home Access Center website as if you were using a browser.

We would like to make you aware that easyHAC is neither provided by, nor endorsed by SunGard, and SunGard cannot make any assurances regarding the security of any information provided to the third party provider of easyHAC. Because SunGard is not affiliated with the third party provider of easyHAC, anyone who provides their SunGard Home Access Center credentials would not be protected by SunGard’s data security policies, procedures, and technology.

Any information provided to the third party provider of easyHAC is at the user’s own risk. We are concerned that students and parents may think that easyHAC is offered by SunGard. Accordingly, we ask you to communicate with your parents and students to let them know that easyHAC is not a SunGard product and that any SunGard Home Access Center information provided to a third party provider is at their own risk.

Thank you.

Data Privacy and Security Education Law 2d

Nanuet School District Parent/Guardian, Student, and Employee Privacy Bill of Rights

Ed Law 2d Nanuet Privacy Bill of Rights.pdf

Use the below form to report an incident of improper disclosure of data or privacy/security breach.  Parents/guardians, students, and teachers should submit forms to the building principal.  Principals should submit forms to the District Privacy Officer. 

 Ed Law 2d Nanuet Vendor Agreement.pdf 

Ed Law 2d Incident Report Form.pdf

Please send any comments to the District Privacy Officer Christopher Polizzi at

Technology Resources

Smart Schools Bond Act


 The New York State Smart Schools Bond Act was passed in the 2014-2015 New York State budget and was approved by voters in a statewide referendum during the 2014 General Election held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.  The Smart Schools Bond Act authorized the issuance of $2 billion of general obligation bonds to finance improved educational technology and infrastructure to enhance learning opportunities for students throughout New York State.

On Tuesday, December 18, 2018, the preliminary investment plan for the Nanuet Union Free School District was outlined in a presentation to the Board of Education and to the public by Ursula Carbone, Director of Technology/CIO.  Following the presentation, the Board of Education approved the Preliminary Smart Schools Bond Act Investment Plan.  A copy of the plan is available here.

Please send any comments on the preliminary plan to 

More information on the Smart Schools Bond Act is available at the Smart Schools website.

District Instructional Technology Plan 2018-2021

 Final Smart Schools Bond Act Investment Plan