Behaviour

Student Purpose Statement

I come to Ernest Morrow School to learn and participate in citizenship. It is my right and responsibility to learn and participate in citizenship.

I have a responsibility to :

  • Be in charge of myself
  • Look after myself and others
  • Use my words and positive actions to express my feelings and needs
  • Do my work
  • Work cooperatively with others
  • Listen with my eyes, my heart, and my mind
  • Help everyone belong, feel safe, valued and respected.

This is my purpose:

  • In the community of ours
  • In the classroom
  • In the hallway
  • To and from school
  • Online and in group interactions
  • On the bus

Together, we all succeed!

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Inner reflection on this shortest day of the year. Thank you Elder Saa’kokoto for your teaching. “Get us to the point where we will see our footprints in the snow.” ~Elder Saa’kokoto @Indigenous_cbe #WinterSolstice https://t.co/HnGe3Cjo95

Populating some of our freshly painted bulletin boards with Métis Dot art that our grade seven students have been working on. #wearecbe https://t.co/IGKTnQYn3X

Wilfred Buck’s - Tipiskawi Kisik: Night Sky Star Stories, inspired the grade 6’s to create these beautiful works of art. #wearecbe https://t.co/WG10S3GGbp

RT @SOSAlberta: Make no mistake - Kenney is very deliberate with his messaging. @jkenney believes high quality education should be an *option for parents*. We believe high quality public education is the RIGHT OF ALL CHILDREN. Who will defend that right with us? Join Us. #ABEd #ABleg #ABPoli https://t.co/FAomwL1gHn

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