Behaviour

Behavioral Expectations

  • Treat others with kindness, and respect
  • Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself
  • Use courteous language and be responsible
  • Walk in the halls and be safe
  • Follow directions when asked
  • With adult guidance, children take responsibility for their learning and assume responsibility for their actions. Our goal is that every child self-monitors their own behaviors. It is our intent that it is a learning opportunity when students are unable to meet expectations.
  • Parents are an integral component in supporting our children in meeting expectations.
  • We encourage children to solve their problems first on their own. If expectations are not met the classroom teacher, educational assistant or lunchroom supervisor will initially deal with the situation. If they deem it necessary they will involve an administrator. Emphasis will be on the insights a staff member gains from speaking with the student and solving the problem together.
  • Consequences for poor choices may include the loss of privileges within the classroom or school, written assignments or apologizes, a “cooling off” time outside the classroom, solutions on how to “make it right” or a phone call home.
  • At times, when an incident is more serious or there have been repeat incidents, an administrator may be involved. They will determine the consequence depending on the seriousness of the student behavior. It may result in an in school or out of school suspension.
  • In any circumstance where behavior is an issue, the focus is on the student understanding their responsibility in the situation and accepting consequences for their actions.
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At the Nov 25 regular board meeting, the Board of Trustees voted to approve the closure of the National Sport School effective June 30, 2021. https://t.co/M0PHbcRRFS #yycbe https://t.co/C3ABwJE2aV

There will be a Board of Trustees public meeting today at noon for the consideration of closure of the National Sport School. Due to current COVID-19 guidelines this meeting will be held virtually. We invite you to stream the meeting online https://t.co/nvCl1fNgoJ #yycbe https://t.co/7HjNLpzKg8

The province announced important new health measures for all K-12 students in the province. We have shared this information with our families and more details will be provided in the coming days https://t.co/KTRPfzudvI #yycbe #WeAreCBE https://t.co/VTSdrZYg7L

In light of the Alberta Government's current COVID-19 guidelines today's Board of Trustees public meeting will be held virtually starting at noon. We invite you to stream the meeting online https://t.co/nvCl1fNgoJ #yycbe https://t.co/jJCCx7aJtN

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Friday, Nov 20 is a system-wide non-instructional day so there are no classes for CBE students. Have a safe long weekend and please continue to follow all public health measures #WeAreCBE https://t.co/0RwiQnUZmW

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