Lockers

A school locker and a lock are distributed to each student for storing school related materials. The lock and locker are the property of the school. Each student is responsible to keep his/her locker clean and to remove all contents when requested to do so. School officials reserve the right to inspect lockers at any time.

Lockers will be distributed during TA class on the first day of school. Students are expected to remove all items from their lockers on or before locker clean out. Any items not claimed by the end of the school year will be disposed or donated to charity, where appropriate. Students are required to keep their lockers clean, unmarked, and free of materials (pictures, writing, etc.) that others may reasonably find offensive. While the school attempts to keep the lockers secure and in good repair, James Fowler High School assumes no responsibility for items lost or stolen from lockers or P.E. tote boxes. It is best not to bring valuable items to school.

Lockers, tote boxes, and all school property used by students is owned by the Calgary Board of Education and are subject to search by the school administration when needed.

Locks

Students will be charged $6.50 for a broken or missing lock. Personal locks are not allowed.

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