Lockers

Students in Grades 5 to 9 are assigned a lock and locker. Lockers for elementary students are provided at the teachers' discretion. Lockers are the property of the school and are on loan to the student. 

Students: 

  • should not leave items of value in their lockers
  • are responsible for the proper care of the locker
  • should not to give their lock combination to anyone else
  • are responsible to keep his/her locker clean 
  • will remove all contents when requested to do so
  • will be held responsible for damages to the locker

In the event that school safety and security is a concern administration has the right to complete searches of student lockers and student property. 

Locks

The use of personal locks on school lockers is not permitted. If a replacement lock is required there will be a $7.50 charge. 

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