Behaviour

Eric Harvie School abides by the Student Code of Conduct and CBE Administrative Regulation AR6006 - Progressive Student Discipline.

The purpose of the Progressive Student Discipline Administrative Regulation is:

  • To support the creation of welcoming, caring, respectful and safe learning environments for students that respect diversity and foster a sense of belonging for all members of our school community.
  • To create the conditions to help students engage in their learning.
  • To identify key responsibilities and accountabilities for CBE students.
  • To outline the expectations for responses to student behavior.
  • To provide guidelines and expectations supporting an effective school-wide approach to progressive student discipline.

For detailed information on the definitions, principles of this regulation and discipline practices, please review the Progressive Student Discipline document. 

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