School Property

We take great pride in keeping a tidy school; both inside and out. We ask all our students to be good citizens by putting garbage and recycling where it belongs, and helping to keep our classrooms and school grounds clean.


The use of the elevator is restricted to those unable to use the stairs due to physical injury or impairment.

Textbook Pick-Up & Return

At the beginning and end of each semester, text books will be picked up and returned to the bookroom (Room 111). At all other times, all textbook sign-outs and returns will be processed through the Business Office. Do make sure you return textbooks to the Bookroom or the Business Office only. Do not return textbooks to your classroom teacher. Students are responsible for returning all books. Students will be charged the replacement cost for any unreturned, lost, or damaged books.

Damage to School Property

Students responsible for any damage to any school property will be charged the repair or replacement cost of any equipment or property at cost.

Restricted Activities

  • Skateboarding, longboarding and throwing snowballs are not permitted on school property.
  • Smoking, the use of tobacco products or substitutes inside the school or on school property is prohibited.
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+12,000 Indigenous peoples volunteered to fight shoulder to shoulder with Canadians. FNMI enlisted despite not being eligible for conscription because they were not recognized as Canadian citizens and did not have the right to vote until 1960. Today we remember.