Code of ConductJanuary 3, 2023
Respect, Belonging, Responsibility
With these rights, comes the responsibility to respect the rights of others and to become actively involved in your own Academic and Vocational learning.
Students have the right to be in school and while attending it is expected that all students will respect themselves, others, the building, its contents and follow the school’s code of conduct. The following will not be tolerated:
- Weapons, as “weapons” defined in section 2 of the Criminal Code (Canada) are prohibited.
- Students and staff must adhere to school policies respecting appropriate use of electronic mail, the Internet and social media, including the prohibition of accessing, uploading, downloading or distributing material that the school has determined to be objectionable; and
- Use, possession, sale or attempted sale of alcohol, controlled substances, mood altering substances or misuse of prescription drugs is prohibited.
- Gang activities or involvement will not be tolerated
- Certain prints, headgear, certain colour combinations, offensive symbols and slogans are not permitted. Students will be asked to remove such items.
Every person has the right to an education in a safe, accepting environment. Learning can only happen when we feel safe. The following will not be tolerated:
Bullying and/or harassment
- Discriminating on the basis of gender, nationality, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, family status, source of income, political views, physical or mental ability is in violation of the Manitoba Human Rights Code and is unacceptable.
- Threats will not be tolerated. Threats may be verbal, written, drawn, posted on the internet or made by gesture. All incidents of threats will be taken seriously and addressed accordingly.
- Physical, sexual or psychological abuse, orally, in writing or otherwise will not be tolerated.
Students must take responsibility for their learning with the support of their parents/guardians. They must demonstrate responsible and mature behaviour and life skills necessary to achieve credits for graduation and for the world of work. Teachers will assist students in setting goals and problem solving.
All students are to dress appropriately for school.
- There is a no hat, hood and bandana policy thus students are to remove their hats, hoods and bandanas when they enter the building.
- School is a place of work and students and staff must dress appropriately.
- Clothing that support or promote gangs, alcohol, drugs, violence or racism are not appropriate for school.
- Students dressed inappropriately will be asked to change clothing. They may be instructed to go home to change.
- If a student refuses, consequences may include a discussion with administration and/or suspension.