Access and use of the website
13 years old and under users must have the permission of a parent, legal guardian or school teacher in order to create an account and use it on Buzzmath.
If you, your teacher or your legal guardian created an account for you, and you use Buzzmath, this means you have read, understood and agreed to the user agreement.
Buzzmath good conduct guide
You must not express, contribute or write offensive remarks on Buzzmath via the comment tool or any other place where a user can express himself. If you are using inappropriate language, infringe any laws or you are insulting or offending other users, Buzzmath reserves the right to notify your parent, legal guardian or teacher. Buzzmath can also delete your account if you do not respect this agreement.
Types of membership
Paid subscription based accounts – teacher, parent or student
Paid student accounts are available through school subscription or paying family subscription. The service is only available from the moment the school receives the activation codes until July 31st of the active school year, unless an agreement has been made between the school and Buzzmath. The service is accessible from any computer that has access to internet and meets the minimal requirements of Buzzmath. All teacher accounts have the same rights as a student’s account and it enables them to have access to their classes’ statistics and administrative tools to manage their classes. Summer school is available for schools, but not included in the school year subscription, unless specified in an agreement between you and Buzzmath. Buzzmath provides technical support by email and by telephone. Buzzmath does not provide pedagogical support, please seek assistance from teachers or qualified tutors.
Buzzmath is accessible 24/7, but sometimes the website may be unavailable due to maintenance or technical issues. Buzzmath is not liable in case of an outage or during an update. Buzzmath will try to conduct these updates when the least people are visiting Buzzmath’s website. Buzzmath reserves the right to add, delete or modify any content that is on Buzzmath website. Scolab can not be liable for errors, typographic errors and bugs. If you report it, Buzzmath will do its best to fix it in a timely manner. Every user created in the system is owner of their own account. We do not delete anything unless requested by the user or after 24 months of inactivity. Users can activate their accounts by subscribing to the family subscription or by entering an activation code that will link them to a subscribed school.
All trademarks, copyright and intellectual property relating to Buzzmath is owned and operated by Scolab. You may not copy or use the material, the structure, the menu, the look, or the characters which appear on Buzzmath’s products and services without the express consent of Scolab.
You will indemnify and hold Scolab, its directors, officers and employees, harmless, including costs and attorneys’ fees, from any claim or demand made by any third party due to or arising out of your access to the Site, use of the Services, your violation of this Agreement, or the infringement by you, or any third party using your account, of any intellectual property or other right of any person or entity. The liability of Scolab under this agreement will not under any circumstances exceed the amount equal to the cost of the selected plan (monthly or yearly subscription). In the case of a school or district subscription, this agreement will not under any circumstances exceed the amount equal the to amount written on the invoice.
This agreement is governed by the laws applicable in Quebec, Canada. Any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this agreement or to a breach hereof, including its interpretation, performance or termination, shall be resolved in Quebec, Canada.
Buzzmath - School agreement
Here are the terms and conditions between a school or district and Scolab.
The school or district agrees to buy memberships for its students, the details such as the number of student accounts and the length of the subscription is detailed in a document called the “Purchase Order”, also called “PO”. Once a PO is sent by a school or district to Scolab, Scolab will create the number of activation codes requested by the PO that will enable the creation of accounts for the students. Scolab will send the activation codes by email to the contact person.
An invoice will also be attached to that email. The school or district agrees to pay Scolab within 30 days upon the creation date of the invoice.
The school can use the activation codes up to the maximum number of memberships ordered and paid for. Teacher and principal accounts are not counted in the paid memberships. The school can replace students by other students. If a school would like to order more memberships, they can send a new PO to Scolab Accounts are valid from the moment the PO is accepted by Scolab and valid until July 31st of the school year in effect, unless a written agreement has been made between the school and Scolab.
Activations codes can not be sold, lent or transferred to persons other than the school or district personnel or students. Every user must agree to the End-User Agreement in order to use Buzzmath. Unused activation codes will be void at the end of the school year. Subscription fees are not refundable.