School Property

Students are expected to do their part in helping to keep our school and community neat and tidy. This includes picking up after themselves at all times and using the garbage cans that are located in the school and on the school grounds. Students are expected to participate in the school's extensive recycling program. The stations include bins for recycling (blue), refundable beverage containers (yellow), organics (green), and garbage (black). These bins have been colour-coded to match the City of Calgary totes.

It is expected that students will follow the protocols for recycling in all areas of the school including the playground.


Vandalism

It is expected that students respect their school and treat it appropriately. The CBE may require the parent or guardian to replace or pay for any school property destroyed, broken or damaged by their child.

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