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.​​​​

Mount Royal Code of Conduct

Mount Royal has a code of conduct that has been developed with input from students, parents, and staff. These expectations are designed to enhance positive student development as well a safe and secure climate for everyone in the building. The Declaration of Rights, created by our students and staff, states that everyone has the right to an education.

To learn, ask questions, seek help, take chances and learn from mistakes, be protected from violence, harassment and abuse, equal treatment regardless of gender, age, or cultural background, and freedom of expression in a way that is considerate of others Based on these rights the following are the expectations for our students.

Behavioural Expectations

Be Responsible

  • Show self-control while at school (words and actions)
  • Follow the Responsible Use of Technology guidelines
  • Treat school grounds and facilities in a positive way

Be Respectful

  • Respect the rights of others to learn
  • Follow ALL adults’ directions
  • Use school appropriate language on school grounds (classroom, hallways, gym, P.E. locker rooms, school field / sport court)
  • Be a positive Mount Royal citizen

Be Successful

  • Attend classes and be on time
  • Be prepared to learn: bring necessary materials and complete work on time
  • Be engaged in your learning
  • Seek help when needed
  • Have a positive attitude
  • Maintaining strong relationships that support learning is a priority for our staff.

Code of Conduct

Mount Royal Code of Conduct

Mount Royal has a code of conduct that has been developed with input from students, parents, and staff. These expectations are designed to enhance positive student development as well a safe and secure climate for everyone in the building. The Declaration of Rights, created by our students and staff, states that everyone has the right to an education.

To learn, ask questions, seek help, take chances and learn from mistakes, be protected from violence, harassment and abuse, equal treatment regardless of gender, age, or cultural background, and freedom of expression in a way that is considerate of others Based on these rights the following are the expectations for our students.

Behavioural Expectations

Be Responsible

  • Show self-control while at school (words and actions)
  • Follow the Responsible Use of Technology guidelines
  • Treat school grounds and facilities in a positive way

Be Respectful

  • Respect the rights of others to learn
  • Follow ALL adults’ directions
  • Use school appropriate language on school grounds (classroom, hallways, gym, P.E. locker rooms, school field / sport court)
  • Be a positive Mount Royal citizen

Be Successful

  • Attend classes and be on time
  • Be prepared to learn: bring necessary materials and complete work on time
  • Be engaged in your learning
  • Seek help when needed
  • Have a positive attitude
  • Maintaining strong relationships that support learning is a priority for our staff.

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