Personal Belongings

Care of Personal Property

The school is not responsible for the loss or damage of personal property. Students are advised to leave items of value at home and not share their locker combinations. 

Cellular Phones & Electronic Devices

Cell phones and other electronic devices can have tremendous & positive impact on learning, ranging from research to collaboration to planning. They can also be a tremendous distraction to learning. Our goal is to develop responsible use practices by teaching cell phone etiquette and appropriate use in class. The classroom teacher will have the final say in how and/or when cell phones are to be used in class.

Lost & Found

Students are advised to check in the office for any items that may have been turned in. Items not claimed by the end of the school year will be donated.

Bicycles 

We certainly encourage active living practices with children such as riding a bicycle to school. Upon arrival at the school and for the safety of all students, cyclists are expected to walk bicycles on school grounds during school hours. When bicycles are brought to school they should be locked in the bicycle rack provided. The school cannot be responsible for bicycles damaged or stolen while they are at school. 

Skateboards, Scooters and Rollerblades

The use of skateboards, scooters and roller-blades is not permitted on school property. This equipment should be left at home but if brought to school should be kept in the student's locker.

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