Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA)


Lisle 202 partners with educational technology companies to provide educational content and support to our students. The District takes the privacy and online safety of our students seriously and carefully protects our student data in accordance with the Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA). This Act goes into effect on July 1, 2021 for the State of Illinois and protects the privacy and security of student data when collected by companies operating websites, online services, or online/mobile applications primarily used for K-12 school purposes. 

Online Vendors

Lisle 202 verifies that the vendor is compliant with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule (COPPA) and SOPPA before establishing a relationship with a company/service provider.

The approved vendor list below includes:
  • online services or applications that the District uses
  • contracts signed by the District
  • any data collected by those tools or by the District


SOPPA is the Student Online Personal Protection Act and protects the privacy and security of
student data.


Data Privacy Laws Overviews


Data Breaches

Lisle 202 will post details here about data breaches involving 10% or more of the District's students. If you have questions or concerns, please contact our Data Security Officer, Trent Schalk, at


Additional Information

  • Illinois Principal's Association School Handbook
    • 7:345 Use of EdTech 
    • 7:4 Annual SOPPA notices
  • Lisle 202 Board Policies pertaining to student privacy, security, and safety