Code of Conduct
All students and staff have a right to work and learn in a positive environment supportive of their personal health, safety, dignity and well-being. Research shows that students develop responsibility and self-discipline when they are exposed to clearly defined expectations and consequences.
The partnership between home and school is critical to supporting the growth of the students. The principal and staff will make every effort to keep parents informed regarding any issues related to student conduct, any consequences administered, and to collaborate on plans for more persistent issues.
To read more regarding student conduct, please view the School Handbook.