Behaviour

Northern Lights School abides by the Student Code of Conduct and CBE Administrative Regulation AR6006 - Progressive Student Discipline.

The purpose of the Progressive Student Discipline Administrative Regulation is:

  • To support the creation of welcoming, caring, respectful and safe learning environments for students that respect diversity and foster a sense of belonging for all members of our school community.
  • To create the conditions to help students engage in their learning.
  • To identify key responsibilities and accountabilities for CBE students.
  • To outline the expectations for responses to student behaviour.
  • To provide guidelines and expectations supporting an effective school-wide approach to progressive student discipline.

For detailed information on the definitions, principles of this regulation and discipline practices, please review the Progressive Student Discipline document. 

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Northern Lights staff had the opportunity to play on the NEW playground on Friday! We can't wait for kids to explore all the different elements! https://t.co/rUX0aN7WKU

Today NLS students participated in a virtual smudge with Mr. Scout before engaging in land-based learning that we call Field Study Fridays. Ask your child about the offering their class presented to the land today. https://t.co/9zmWGuTno4

Did you come and participate in the Knowledge Walk with Mr. Scout? https://t.co/sR5r4LAB4w

Orange Shirt Day at Northern Lights School. Thank you to our community for learning about Indigenous people, Treaties, residential schools and relationship with the land through culture and language. https://t.co/gJFKCK8LPU

SKIP THE DEPOT ONGOING FUNDRAISER Our Northern Lights School Parent Fundraising Society has teamed up with ‘Skip the Depot’ (https://t.co/kwoUAbH0o0) to help raise money for our upcoming playground installation. See details on how to help out in the attached picture! Thanks!!! https://t.co/qEy2JYV0QJ