lucy24 - 8:10 pm on Oct 12, 2011 (gmt 0)
I'm a little leery of this whole workaround business. If you can do it for a legitimate reason, the guy across the way can do it to visit ### sites, and next thing you know someone's parent raises a stink and the school's computer access is severely restricted for everyone.
Has anyone yet suggested the opposite approach? Since the problem has something to do with the school's blocking, find out what's being blocked and why.
You may or may not be able to talk directly to the Person In Charge. (At my public library, for instance, the only person who can communicate with the computer technicians is the Head of Circulation. I don't mean for patrons. I mean that's who staff have to go through.) Or Persons In Charge, dual, because it's very unlikely that the one who makes the decisions is the same one who physically executes them.