School Property

Skateboards, Rollerblades and Scooters

These items are not allowed on school property.

Smoking (Admin Regulation 4024) 

Smoking and the use of e-cigarettes/vapes are not permitted anywhere within the school buildings or on school property. Students must also respect the property of neighbours in the community. 

Section 2 of the Prevention of Youth Tobacco Act states: “No person under the age of 18 years may possess or smoke or otherwise consume tobacco products in a public place.” Violation of the smoking policy could result in community service, home suspension and/or a fine.

Trespassing on School Property

Students, parents and visitors should be aware that Section 21 of the School Act states that no person
shall:

  1. Disturb or interrupt the proceedings of a school.
  2. Loiter or trespass in a school building or on property owned by a school board.

All parents and visitors must report to the office. JCSHS students visiting another school without permission of school authorities may result in trespass charges being issued. Similarly, non-students who loiter around JCSHS will be charged under Section 21, 1, C of the School Act.

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