Parents in Gilbert, Ariz., are upset because they say that the school-issued Chromebooks given to their children are not filtering out all porn or depictions of sexuality.

According to a story by KPHO/KTVK television, a group of parents say that the computers given to their children to foster research and collaboration can also easily access porn online.

While the school district insists that it has installed rigorous filters on the Chromebooks, in today's online world, it's simply impossible to filter everything that each family in the district may find offensive.

"There's all these pictures and diagrams of sex, and they're not blocked," parent Michelle Evans said.

"Not only do we need to get this off, the inappropriate filth off the Chromebooks if we're going to give this to them as a tool, but we have to let the parents know that they need to be alerted that this is not safe. This isn't what they think it is,"

The school district has blocked numerous keywords from use on the computers and maintains that the benefits of giving the kids the Chromebooks outweighs the potential downfalls.

"Where is the accountability? Who's watching out for my son? If he's not on it, someone else might be on it around him, so that's a big concern,” Evans continued.

The school district has issued the following statement:

"This year Gilbert Public Schools initiated a digital learning program that included providing a Chromebook to each of our Junior High School students. The response from our school leaders, teachers, students and parents has been overwhelmingly positive. This technology is being used to foster collaboration, creativity and critical thinking as teachers create new ways to engage in student-centered learning.

"Gilbert Public Schools has been providing one to one computing and monitoring student internet safety for over nine years. This year, GPS has expanded its computer services to allow more students to have access to technology.

"Gilbert Public Schools seeks ongoing feedback from staff, students and teachers.  We are constantly monitoring our filtering system.  We have an extremely sophisticated filtering system in place for our students, we have had a few parents express concerns about students accessing what they feel are inappropriate images. We have encouraged parents to reach out to us with any concerns. Parents were invited to technology days at each of our Junior High schools at the start of the school year, and Gilbert Public Schools also recently held two Parent Technology forums for parents to raise questions and concerns. We have also created an email address gpstech@gilbertschools.net for parents to communicate with our technology department.

"Our newly established Digital Citizenship Work Group is made up of administrators, teachers, a student and parents, and will be evaluating the continued safe access to quality instructional content.  They will make recommendations for more permanent changes, including the enhancement of our Digital Citizenship Curriculum.  

"GPS will also continue to collaborate with business and industry, local government leaders and higher education partners as we collectively ensure that students have the quality of digital experiences in classrooms, in internships and in capstone experiences that will prepare college and career ready graduates."