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Academic growth and achievement is the core purpose of public education. Our students undertake studies in reading, writing, mathematics, social studies, science, physical education and health, second languages, and the arts.
Student achievement is reported on by a variety of means:
At the Primary level measures of meeting expectations for age or grade level help to measure progress and achievement.
At the Intermediate level measures of expectations for grade level are combined with letter grades to mark progress.
We realize that student attitudes and habits about learning are as equally important as academic ability in reaching individual potential
Plan for success! Expect Success! Achieve success!
- come to school with a desire to learn
- set goals for yourself
- Use your planner; time management works!
- be organized; be prepared, bring materials
- be an active learner; participate in discussions
- ask questions
- ask for help
- attend regularly and be on time
Solve Problems in Peaceful Ways
- learn to identify the problem
- listen to others views; understand their views
- use strategies that lead to solutions
- accept the consequences of your decisions
- be honest; be fair
- be assertive, not aggressive
- treat others fairly and respectfully
- learn about each other's differences
- recognize and defend everyone's human rights
Exercise Democratic Rights and Responsibilities
- know that rights and responsibilities go together
- follow the rules; expect the same from others
- make your school community the best it can be
These aspects are integrated throughout all our academic programs and are the key to developing a positive school climate. Social skills are learned and have to be taught and practiced. This responsibility is shared not only among teaching staff, but also among families and the community as well.
Student Code of Conduct
Our school code of conduct is derived from the B.C. Performance Standards and the expectations outlined therein. As a caring community of learners, we are all citizens of our classrooms, our school and our school community. We all have rights and responsibilities.
- We have a right to learn in our classrooms.
We each have a responsibility We each have a responsibility to stay on task, follow instructions and not interfere with others' learning.
- We have the right to hear and be heard.
We have a responsibility to listen to others and not interrupt them or make comments when they speak.
- We have the right We have the right to be treated with respect in the classroom and in our school and our community.
We have a responsibility We have a responsibility to treat all others with respect and show respect for others' ideas and beliefs.
- We have the right We have the right to be safe from physical or verbal harm.
We have the responsibility We have the responsibility not to physically or verbally harm or attack someone else.
- We have a right to privacy and to our personal space.
We have a responsibility to respect the privacy, personal space and property of others.
- We have a right to help and support from each other.
We have a responsibility to do our best and to participate in classroom and school activities.
Take Care of Yourself
Take Care of Others
Take Care of Our Place