Acceptable Conduct Expectations
While at school (including online behavior), travelling to and from school or while attending any school organized or sponsored activities at any location, students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that reflects our values and expectations for behavior. Examples include but are not limited to:
Unacceptable Conduct Expectations
A list of unacceptable behaviours is presented below. This is a general list and should not be considered an all-inclusive list:
Classroom Conduct and Expectations for Students
Students are expected to behave in an appropriate manner in all classes at all times. The key to successfully altering a student’s negative behavior is early recognition of the problem and the development of an effective change strategy. It is expected that contact be made with parents and the counsellors so that the most effective plan can evolve. In general, the following steps will be used:
It is essential that teachers document the contact made and the strategies used.
Increasingly greater behavioural and academic expectations are held for students as they become older and more mature. While moving through successive grades there will be an increasing expectation on personal responsibility and self-discipline as well as increased consequences for inappropriate behavior.