Behaviour

Behaviour Policy 

We recognizes the individual needs of all children, fosters a caring and creative environment and strives to allow each child to reach their full social, emotional, intellectual and physical potential.

The safety, dignity and positive spirit of our community are all valued and supported through clear, consistent expectations. The CBE Administrative Regulation 6005 - Student Code of Conduct, CBE Administrative Regulation 6006 - Progressive Student Discipline, and the Province of Alberta School Act are used as our guiding documents. 

Behaviour Expectations 

We know that respect and cooperation are necessary for successful learning; respect for oneself, respect for others and respect for our environment. Our school has clear and consistent expectations that are designed to clarify appropriate behaviour choices. They are:

  1. Treat others with kindness and respect.
  2. Follow directions the first time.
  3. Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.
  4. Use appropriate language – both verbal and body.

Restitution is a process where students are supported in understanding their own behaviour choices that have resulted in a problem. Our goal is to teach children appropriate methods to recognize when their behaviour choices result in a problem, how to resolve the problem and how to restore themselves and their relationships with others. 

If repeated misconduct occurs, parents are contacted and consequences are developed in accordance with the CBE Administrative Regulation 6006 – Progressive Student Discipline. Please be sure to contact your child’s teacher at any time during the school year to discuss your child’s progress. 

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