A safe, inclusive and accepting school environment is a necessary condition for student success. Students cannot be expected to reach their potential in an environment where they feel insecure and intimidated. We are committed to providing all students with the supports they need to learn, grow and achieve.
Pope Francis reminds those who are leaders that Catholic Schools need to become less “houses for rent” in which we don’t really belong, into houses in which everyone feels at home. He calls this “unity in the diversity of everyone”.
Building a positive and inclusive school climate requires a focused effort on developing healthy and respectful relationships throughout the whole school and surrounding community, among and between students and adults. This involves a sustained long-term commitment to put this into practice and change school culture.
- ถ่ายทอด สดยูฟ่าคืนนี้Report-It!
- Police and School Board Protocol
- Child Protection Protocol: Guidelines & Procedures for a Coordinated Response
- Emergency Codes and Responses
- Student Threat Management: Fair Notice and Process
- Expulsion Guidelines Brochure
- Suspension Appeal Brochure
- Code of Conduct: A Shared Responsibility
- The Procedure and Expulsion Guidelines
- Support for Students on Long Term Suspension – Elementary
- Support for Students on Long Term Suspension – Secondary
- Policy 202 – Safe Schools (Student Discipline)
- Policy 218 – Code of Conduct
- Policy 223 Bullying Prevention and Intervention
- Safe and Caring Schools – Tip Sheet
- Bullying Prevention – Tip Sheet
- Parents Guide?to the Ontario Code of Conduct
- Making Ontario’s Schools Safer: What Parents Need to Know
- Progressive Discipline: A new approach to help make schools safer
- Bullying: We Can All Help Stop It
- Suspension and Expulsion: What Parents Need to Know
- Keeping Our Kids Safe at School
- Legalization of Cannabis: What You Need To Know