We take great pride in keeping a tidy school; both inside and out. We ask all our students to be good citizens by putting garbage and recycling where it belongs, and helping to keep our classrooms and school grounds clean.

Restricted Activities

  • Skateboarding, longboarding and throwing snowballs are not permitted on school property
  • Smoking, the use of tobacco products or substitutes inside the school or on school property is prohibited

Food and Beverages

Food and drinks should be consumed in designated areas during non-instructional time. As the school does not have a formal cafeteria, places to eat lunch are limited to the foyer and hallways. Students are asked to limit their movement around the school over the lunch time as most students eat their lunch in the hallways. In general, students are asked to keep food and drink out of instructional areas such as classrooms, computer labs, the library and gymnasium. Individual teachers will provide further direction. Students are responsible for cleaning up after themselves. Students are not permitted to bring “slurpee” type of drinks into the school. However, drinks/bottles with a re-sealable top are permissible.

See more on our Code of Conduct page.

School Property

We take great pride in keeping a tidy school; both inside and out. We ask all our students to be good citizens by putting garbage and recycling where it belongs, and helping to keep our classrooms and school grounds clean.

Restricted Activities

  • Skateboarding, longboarding and throwing snowballs are not permitted on school property
  • Smoking, the use of tobacco products or substitutes inside the school or on school property is prohibited

Food and Beverages

Food and drinks should be consumed in designated areas during non-instructional time. As the school does not have a formal cafeteria, places to eat lunch are limited to the foyer and hallways. Students are asked to limit their movement around the school over the lunch time as most students eat their lunch in the hallways. In general, students are asked to keep food and drink out of instructional areas such as classrooms, computer labs, the library and gymnasium. Individual teachers will provide further direction. Students are responsible for cleaning up after themselves. Students are not permitted to bring “slurpee” type of drinks into the school. However, drinks/bottles with a re-sealable top are permissible.

See more on our Code of Conduct page.

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