Important Notice

Used Uniform will be open on Thursday August 24th from 2 30 pm to 3 30 pm.

Code of Conduct

 1.   I PROMISE TO OBEY ALL SCHOOL RULES.

2.   I WILL NOT MAKE PEOPLE FEEL EXCLUDED OR HURT THEIR FEELINGS.

3.   IWILL KEEP MY WORD AND ALWAYS TELL THE TRUTH.

4.   I WILL CHOOSE SAFE AND FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES.

5.   I WILL TAKE CARE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY.

6.   I WILL ACCEPT OTHERS FOR THE WAY THEY ARE.

7.   I WILL ACT, SPEAK AND THINK RESPECTFULLY.

Students will at all times:

-     Use appropriate and respectful language and act in a kind, polite and courteous manner

-     Care for school property

-     Ask permission of the Duty Teacher to enter school when classes are not in session (examples- recess, lunch, before and after school)

-     Line up quickly and quietly when the school bell rings (K-3)

-     Stay within the playground boundaries set by the school

For safety reasons, the following activities are not permitted:

-     Chewing gum on school property

-     Throwing dangerous (hard/sharp) objects

-     Using toys/games that promote violence or violent behaviour

-     Riding bicycles, skateboards, rollerblades and scooters on school property

-     Sitting on all raised ledges (eg. outside Kindergarten and Grade 2 classrooms)

-     Using cell phones, electronic games, music/video players on school property

-     Running in the hallways

 

Our schools have a zero tolerance for behaviour that places student safety in jeopardy.  However zero tolerance is a greatly misunderstood term.  Zero tolerance means that we as a school and a system, will address these serious situations directly in a way that provides due process for all involved, and will make decisions regarding consequences that are just and reflect the seriousness of the situation, the safety of the school community as a whole, and the needs of the individuals involved. We are always directed by asking ourselves: What would Jesus do in this case?

Please see the Parent Handbook for more information.