"PROVIDING FIRST-RATE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES TOGETHER WITH PARENTS TO DEVELOP ALL STUDENTS"
Our mandate is to give students the opportunity to acquire the skills, knowledge, and attitudes that will allow them to become successful and responsible adults.
STATEMENTS OF BELIEFS
1.) All students can learn and experience success.
2.) All students have the right to learn, and the responsibility to participate actively and responsibly towards their educational success.
3.) All students have the right to be respected, and the responsibility to respect others.
4.) All students have the right to be safe and secure at school and the responsibility to treat others with dignity and respect.
5.) All students have the opportunity to acquire the diverse skills (social, emotional, intellectual, cultural, and physical) necessary to be successful in our society, and the responsibility to make every effort to attain these skills.
6.) All students have the right to learn how to be creative, critical thinkers and problem solvers and the responsibility to use these skills in the world of for life-long learning, and for responsible citizenship in our province and our country.
7.) The success of each student is a shared loyalty amongst the student, the parents, the school, the board, the community, and the government.
STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. I have the right to learn in school.
It is my responsibility to listen to instructions, work quietly in my desk and to raise my hand when I have a question or concern.
2. I have a right to hear and be heard.
It is my responsibility not to talk, shout or make loud noises when others are speaking.
3. I have a right to be respected in this school.
It is my responsibility not to tease or bug other people or to hurt their feelings.
4. I have a right to be safe in this school.
It is my responsibility not to threaten, kick, punch, or physically hurt anyone else.
5. I have a right to privacy and to my own personal space.
It is my responsibility to respect the personal property of others and to accept their right to privacy.