Personal Belongings

Technology

Students are encouraged to leave their personal technology at home. If they do bring a personal device to school, it is asked that they leave it in their backpack until the end of the school day.

Toys

We ask that students leave toys, games, dolls, etc. at home. If brought to school they will be asked to stay in student backpacks for the duration of the school day. Niitsitapi Learning Centre is not responsible for lost, damaged toys or personal items. 

Lost and Found

Please take time to label your child's belongings so that lost items can be found quickly. Items will be on display every school function or scheduled interview day. Unclaimed items will be sent to charitable organizations at intervals throughout the year.
Please discourage your child from bringing valuable or precious items to the school. The Niitsitapi Learning Centre cannot take responsibility for the loss or damage of personal items.

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