​​​Our CBE Student Code of Conduct and CBE Progressive Student Discipline regulation apply to all of our students. They outline the roles and expectations for our students to promote positive and inclusive learning environments, help students to develop empathy and become good citizens both within and outside of the school community, and explain the consequences when a student’s disruptive behaviour negatively affects the learning environment.

Our CBE Employee Code of Conduct applies to all of our employees. The CBE maintains high standards for the conduct of its employees, and expects them to conduct themselves honestly and with integrity and exercise common sense, good judgement and discretion.​​​​

Code of Conduct

O. S. Geiger School Student Purpose Statement

I come to O. S. Geiger School to learn.
It is my right and responsibility to learn.
As a good citizen, I support my own learning and the learning of others:
     - In the classroom
     - On the playground
     - In the lunchroom
     - On the bus
This is my purpose.

Expectations of Students

The following list describes the expectations we hold to promote student growth and success:

  • Complete assignments and follow school and classroom routines. (Read Daily)
  • Attend school regularly and arrive on time.
  • Respectfully enter and exit the school through assigned doors.
  • Remove outdoor shoes when entering the building.
  • Remove hats and hoodies when indoors.
  • Walk bicycles across school property and lock them securely in bike racks.
  • We encourage creative play at school and ask that expensive toys such as iPods, DVD players,
  • Collector cards and hazardous play equipment (skateboards, rollerblades, scooters, baseballs or bats) remain at home
  • We cannot be responsible for lost or stolen cell phones. Cell phones and other items may not be used to record voice, video, or photos and must be turned off during school hours.
  • No items are allowed at the school that could be used as a threat or a weapon.
  • The school is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.
  • Obtain permission from a staff member to enter the school before bell times.
  • Obtain permission from a staff member to use the telephone.
  • Meet at a pre-arranged meeting place outside the school.
  • Go directly home once dismissed. 
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RT @OSGAndrew: This week, we spent time reflecting and learning about the experiences of children in residential schools. We discussed how children should feel in school, as well as how we can help others feel safe and welcome at school. https://t.co/o8U57HNteJ

RT @OSGPaddock: Room 15 brainstormed, designed, reflected and modified our version of an Orange Shirt Day t-shirt. We’re so proud to have our message displayed. Ask me about the choices we made and about our learning this week. #TruthAndReconciliationthrougheducation https://t.co/Czyxw5vqco

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RT @Indigenous_cbe: Please join @yyCBEdu @cityofcalgary @CCSD_edu on September 30 from 10am-12:30pm @fortcalgary (750 9th Ave SE) to commemorate the National Day for Truth & Reconciliation🧡Listen to Elders, Survivors, a student performance, free lunch & more #WeAreCBE https://t.co/CJg9cJY4uE

RT @UsihChristopher: The CBE is committed to action toward Truth and Reconciliation. Sept 30 is National Day for Truth and Reconciliation & #OrangeShirtDay. This year, the CBE is guided by the question posed by Kainai Blackfoot Elder Casey Eagle Speaker, who asked us, “What is something you can do?” https://t.co/HQ2H47NKO4