Our Core Values
Expectations of Students
- Care for themselves.
- Care for others.
- Care for the school and school community.
At Lord Beaverbrook High School students are expected to “respect the rights and property of others”, in particular the right to learn, the right to feel safe and secure, and the right to personal property. Involvement in activities which do not uphold the code of conduct, duties and responsibilities, (including electronic forms of communication) may result in progressive disciplinary action.
While it is impossible to outline exactly how the school will respond in each and every discipline situation, students who are involved with: fighting; uttering threats; intimidation; harassment, electronic harassment (messaging, email, photographs); bullying; weapons; use, possession of, distribution of or active contact with illicit drugs, alcohol or inhalants; involvement with or collection of money for any purpose, including gambling, illicit drugs, alcohol or inhalants in school or on school board property or in the context of any school-related activity, can anticipate an immediate response from school personnel or the School Resource Officer.
While the initial responsibility to resolve incidents rests with students, parents and teachers working in partnership, on occasion, student’s disruptive behaviour may result in a referral to the office to meet with an Assistant Principal or the Principal. Disciplinary action may result in loss of access to services and privileges around the school or on school or guest networks; requirement to meet with a teacher before or after school; a referral for counselling or recommendation to parents for intervention either within Lord Beaverbrook High School and/or external agencies; in-school suspension, suspension from school for a period of up to and including five days, or, suspension with a recommendation for expulsion to CBE Suspensions.