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.​​​​

Conduct 

Escuela Canyon Meadows is a vibrant and caring community of learners – students, staff, and parents – who are committed to nurturing personal, social/emotional, and academic excellence. The safety, dignity and positive spirit of our community are all valued and supported through clear, consistent expectations.

It is expected that students will be follow the one school rule, “Be Kind!”:

  • Be Kind to Yourself – learn from our mistakes
  • Be Kind to Others – take care of students at ECM
  • Be Kind to our Amazing School – turn our building into a home

The Process – The 3 R’s

Students from time to time need support to meet our expectations. The support procedure is as follows.

Restitution: Fixing what he/she has done. 

Resolution: Preparing a Plan (behavioural statement) to keep the incident from happening again (this is shared with the parents). Serious misbehaviour may result in out-of-school or in-school suspension. 

Reconciliation: Making amends with the person

Administrators judiciously help students choose consequences that fit their developmental level and the transgression that was committed. For more information, please see the Student Code of Conduct link on the top right of this page.

Zones of Regulation 

In order to promote coherence in our approach, all students will learn about the “Zones of Regulation”. This whole school approach will sponsor children knowing and understanding a common language from Kindergarten to Grade 5.

Code of Conduct

Conduct 

Escuela Canyon Meadows is a vibrant and caring community of learners – students, staff, and parents – who are committed to nurturing personal, social/emotional, and academic excellence. The safety, dignity and positive spirit of our community are all valued and supported through clear, consistent expectations.

It is expected that students will be follow the one school rule, “Be Kind!”:

  • Be Kind to Yourself – learn from our mistakes
  • Be Kind to Others – take care of students at ECM
  • Be Kind to our Amazing School – turn our building into a home

The Process – The 3 R’s

Students from time to time need support to meet our expectations. The support procedure is as follows.

Restitution: Fixing what he/she has done. 

Resolution: Preparing a Plan (behavioural statement) to keep the incident from happening again (this is shared with the parents). Serious misbehaviour may result in out-of-school or in-school suspension. 

Reconciliation: Making amends with the person

Administrators judiciously help students choose consequences that fit their developmental level and the transgression that was committed. For more information, please see the Student Code of Conduct link on the top right of this page.

Zones of Regulation 

In order to promote coherence in our approach, all students will learn about the “Zones of Regulation”. This whole school approach will sponsor children knowing and understanding a common language from Kindergarten to Grade 5.

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