Basic Expectations

In order to best meet everyone’s learning and safety needs, we ask that you respect the following:

  • Attend school regularly and arrive on time to classes.
  • Engage in your learning and treatment programs.
  • Dress appropriately (see Dress Code).
  • Attend to daily personal hygiene – take care of yourself.

 All students are expected to:

  • Be kind and respectful to others.
  • Show consideration for the property of Hull School as well as the property of the community and individuals.
  • Follow school expectations regarding their behavior:
    • at school,
    • on the way to and from school,
    • when participating in off-campus activities, and
    • in any vehicle used for the transportation of students.

Behaviour

Basic Expectations

In order to best meet everyone’s learning and safety needs, we ask that you respect the following:

  • Attend school regularly and arrive on time to classes.
  • Engage in your learning and treatment programs.
  • Dress appropriately (see Dress Code).
  • Attend to daily personal hygiene – take care of yourself.

 All students are expected to:

  • Be kind and respectful to others.
  • Show consideration for the property of Hull School as well as the property of the community and individuals.
  • Follow school expectations regarding their behavior:
    • at school,
    • on the way to and from school,
    • when participating in off-campus activities, and
    • in any vehicle used for the transportation of students.

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