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.​​​​

Code of Conduct

Our Coyote Code

At Arbour Lake School, we work with students to create a culture of mutual regard and respect where everyone feels a sense of safety, success and belonging. We have developed four basic guidelines – our Coyote Code – that outlines our expectations at Arbour Lake School:

  • Respect yourself
  • Respect each other
  • Respect our place
  • Responsibility for your actions

If behavioral concerns persist with an individual student, we will contact the parent/guardian and attempt, together, to resolve the issue. Parental/guardian support and assistance is a necessity in order for us to accomplish our objective to make Arbour Lake School a safe and respectful place for everyone. Please note that our School Resource Officer may be contacted to assist with student behavior. 

Students are responsible and accountable to the CBE and its agents for their behavior and conduct:
a) while they are involved in school‐sponsored or related activities
b) on school board property
c) during any locker break or lunch periods on or off school board property
d) while traveling to and from school
e) on vehicles used for the transportation of students to and from school and school activities
f) beyond the hours of school operation if the behavior or conduct detrimentally affects the welfare of individual students or the governance, climate or efficiency of the school.

Students must respect:
a) school authority
b) others and their property
c) ethnic, racial, religious and gender differences; and
d) school board property, community property and property of other persons

Students are accountable for:
a) school attendance and punctuality
b) their work habits, assignments and homework
c) textbooks and equipment; and
d) complying with the school code of conduct

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