All students will have the use of a hall locker with school issued lock at school and a PE locker for gym. Rental fees for locks are charged and will be billed at the end of the school year. If students lose or damage their lock, they will need to pay for the replacement. Students may share lockers with a partner. Students are responsible for the locker’s cleanliness. Lockers are school property and the school reserves the right to open them at any time. All lockers must have a lock on the locker, if no lock than the material inside the locker will be cleaned out and placed in the lost and found. As outlined in CBE Administrative Regulation 6014 - Student Searches and supported by the Supreme Court of Canada, a principal or designate may search a student, the student’s locker, a school storage area assigned to the student, and articles and objects belonging to or used by the student on school board premises:


The use of personal locks on school lockers is not permitted. If a replacement lock is required there will be a $6 charge. 

Hallways and Class Changes

Class changes are short and, therefore, students must move immediately to their next class. Students should not need to go to their lockers between classes except for the scheduled morning locker break and before and after P.E. classes. Students should have the books necessary for periods 1 and 2 when they go to homeroom, periods 3 and 4 when they finish locker break, and periods 5, 6, and 7 following the lunch break. While in the hallways, respect for your fellow students is expected. Running, horseplay, playing music or other disruptive behaviour is not acceptable. 

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