School Property

To show respect for our school and our environment, students need to:

  • become increasingly aware of the consequences of their actions in our environment; to reuse materials where possible; to reduce waste and to conserve energy at our school; to minimize waste in our lunches; to recognize the value of using sustainable forms of energy
  • walking and biking to school, if possible, rather than being driven to school
  • practice those habits which demonstrate a respect for our building, e.g., treating school and student property with respect, wearing indoor shoes, and keeping coat hook areas neat. 
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