Our CBE Student Code of Conduct and CBE Progressive Student Discipline regulation apply to all of our students. They outline the roles and expectations for our students to promote positive and inclusive learning environments, help students to develop empathy and become good citizens both within and outside of the school community, and explain the consequences when a student’s disruptive behaviour negatively affects the learning environment.

Our CBE Employee Code of Conduct applies to all of our employees. The CBE maintains high standards for the conduct of its employees, and expects them to conduct themselves honestly and with integrity and exercise common sense, good judgement and discretion.​​​​

In addition to the other guidelines for our students and school community throughout our website, please be aware of the following principles:

Pillars of Care

To Respect Myself, Others and the Environment I Will:

  • do what is right
  • exercise self-control
  • accept responsibility for my actions
  • be kind, compassionate, helpful and courteous to others
  • solve problems peacefully
  • treat private and public property with care and consideration
  • honor the dignity and rights of others
  • support decisions that are made for the good of all

To Communicate with Others I Will:

  • listen carefully and openly to the opinions of others
  • share my own feelings and opinions openly, honestly and thoughtfully
  • be discreet and understand that confidentiality is of the utmost importance in order to uphold the dignity and worth of others

To Learn I Will:

  • work cooperatively and independently, when appropriate
  • seek help and clarification when needed
  • be creative, critical and reflective in my learning
  • work to be the best I can be
  • celebrate success - my own and others

To Play Fairly and Demonstrate Sportsmanship I Will:

  • be inclusive and allow others to join in
  • follow the rules of the game even when unsupervised
  • be a gracious winner as well as a gracious loser

To Demonstrate Courage I Will:

  • speak out and seek help if I see others being treated with disrespect or unfairly
  • apologize and make amends if I have treated another person unkindly
  • forgive others and not hold grudges

Regarding our Code of Conduct

Expectations

Children, parents and staff play a significant role in fostering responsible behavior.

Student Role:

  • Assume ownership for one's own learning and behaviour
  • Accept responsibility for one’s own actions and their subsequent consequences.
  • Respect self, others and the property of self and others.

Parent Role:

  • Encourage a supportive home environment that promotes positive attitudes toward learning.
  • Be knowledgeable and supportive of the school’s position with respect to expectations for student behaviour and demonstrate a problem-solving approach.
  • Model respectful behaviour.
  • Participate in open, ongoing communication with your child and the staff

Staff Role:

  • Foster a caring, safe, respectful learning environment.
  • Model respectful behaviour.
  • Participate in open, ongoing communication with students and their parents / guardians.
  • Act as a knowledgeable mediator when required

Problem Solving:

We realize that an individual child’s response to the above expectations will vary.  Some children will require additional assistance to meet their responsibilities as citizens of Elbow Park School.  Part of growing up is making mistakes.  Our goal is for students to learn from their mistakes and be empowered to meet future challenges.

Code of Conduct

In addition to the other guidelines for our students and school community throughout our website, please be aware of the following principles:

Pillars of Care

To Respect Myself, Others and the Environment I Will:

  • do what is right
  • exercise self-control
  • accept responsibility for my actions
  • be kind, compassionate, helpful and courteous to others
  • solve problems peacefully
  • treat private and public property with care and consideration
  • honor the dignity and rights of others
  • support decisions that are made for the good of all

To Communicate with Others I Will:

  • listen carefully and openly to the opinions of others
  • share my own feelings and opinions openly, honestly and thoughtfully
  • be discreet and understand that confidentiality is of the utmost importance in order to uphold the dignity and worth of others

To Learn I Will:

  • work cooperatively and independently, when appropriate
  • seek help and clarification when needed
  • be creative, critical and reflective in my learning
  • work to be the best I can be
  • celebrate success - my own and others

To Play Fairly and Demonstrate Sportsmanship I Will:

  • be inclusive and allow others to join in
  • follow the rules of the game even when unsupervised
  • be a gracious winner as well as a gracious loser

To Demonstrate Courage I Will:

  • speak out and seek help if I see others being treated with disrespect or unfairly
  • apologize and make amends if I have treated another person unkindly
  • forgive others and not hold grudges

Regarding our Code of Conduct

Expectations

Children, parents and staff play a significant role in fostering responsible behavior.

Student Role:

  • Assume ownership for one's own learning and behaviour
  • Accept responsibility for one’s own actions and their subsequent consequences.
  • Respect self, others and the property of self and others.

Parent Role:

  • Encourage a supportive home environment that promotes positive attitudes toward learning.
  • Be knowledgeable and supportive of the school’s position with respect to expectations for student behaviour and demonstrate a problem-solving approach.
  • Model respectful behaviour.
  • Participate in open, ongoing communication with your child and the staff

Staff Role:

  • Foster a caring, safe, respectful learning environment.
  • Model respectful behaviour.
  • Participate in open, ongoing communication with students and their parents / guardians.
  • Act as a knowledgeable mediator when required

Problem Solving:

We realize that an individual child’s response to the above expectations will vary.  Some children will require additional assistance to meet their responsibilities as citizens of Elbow Park School.  Part of growing up is making mistakes.  Our goal is for students to learn from their mistakes and be empowered to meet future challenges.

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