Student Code of Conduct
The Calgary Board of Education is committed to providing students and staff with a welcoming, caring, respectful and safe learning environment that respects diversity and fosters a sense of belonging. With this in mind, the CBE has Administrative Regulations to guide and support this work. These Administrative Regulations can be found under the Resources tab.
Student Code of Conduct (Administrative Regulation 6005)
Progressive Student Discipline (Administrative Regulation 6006)
Our School Commitment at King George - We are peaceful with our words and our actions. We are gentle with people and our environment. We are enthusiastic learners and always work with excellence, knowing that our main goal is to learn French.
This school commitment is the foundation of our discipline policy. All students are expected to behave in a caring manner towards each other at all times. In keeping with the values of the Calgary Board of Education, we are committed to providing our students and staff with a safe and caring school environment. Students are encouraged to resolve issues that may occur by discussing positive or negative experiences during their class character time. The ultimate goal is to support students in being self-disciplined and reflective about their behaviors and actions. We work toward creating a safe, caring and high performing learning community where students use French at all times during the school day.
Our school uses some key resources to support our character time and help students further develop a growth mindset. These include: The Zones of Regulation and the Language of Friendship (see Resources). This year, we are also incorporating Moozoom to support the social emotional learning of all learners in K-5.
Unique Student’s Commitment at King George School - Speaking French in class is essential to my competency development in the language. Furthermore, it is a classroom expectation. If I don’t know how to say something, I have the tools to ask in French. The more I practice the language, the easier it becomes. I am committed to growing as a French language learner.
On The Bus
The behavior of students on the bus is generally the bus driver’s responsibility. A set of guidelines is provided by Southland Transportation and distributed to students and parents. If a student continues to misbehave or if the student commits a major infraction of the rules, the bus driver will complete a Bus Communication report for the school administration. The administration will then contact parents regarding the issue. The Principal may suspend a student from riding the school bus should behavior warrant such action.