For 2021-2022, the use of student lockers will be permitted again, following a year of revised processes for organizing student belongings as a result of the pandemic. There are sufficient lockers for each student to have individual use of their own locker, with no need to share with a classmate.  Students may use only the lockers and locks assigned to them by their homeroom teacher. For security purposes, refrain from sharing locker combinations with peers.  Students are expected to keep lockers in good condition.  If a lock gets damaged or lost, a $10.00 fee will be required to obtain a replacement.  No open food is permitted in lockers as mold can easily grow.  Although the lockers are for student use for the year, please do not permanently mark them up in any way.  If this occurs, students will be asked to clean them so that they are in the same condition for the student using them next year.     

Note:  Students’ lockers are not their personal property.  The locker and lock are the property of the CBE and can be checked by school administration as deemed necessary.  


The use of personal locks on school lockers is not permitted. If a replacement lock is required there will be a $10.00 charge. 

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