School Property

Students have a responsibility to help care for school property, including: computers, desks, books, materials, equipment, other furnishings, and the building itself.  Any disfiguring or deliberate damage will be regarded as a serious offence, and students will be held responsible for the costs of repair.  Students are expected, as a matter of trust, to care for all property loaned to them. If students are found to have damaged school property, by destroying technology or creating graffiti on walls or furniture, they will be charged the full fee of repair.  Students will also be required to provide community service to demonstrate their commitment to being a valuable member of the school community.

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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