These are the list of school rules in order to maintain discipline.
To attain this goal, everyone must contribute through responsible daily behavior and respect of individual liberties for the smooth running of the school, thus guaranteeing the enrichment of all.
These School Rules must be respected in order to allow us all to live in harmony and promote, everyone’s conscious effort, true autonomy.
Students are responsible at all times for their own personal conduct and conformance with the School Rules.
Responsibility Of Teachers, Staff and Directors
They have the responsibility to explain the School Rules of conduct to their students, guiding them towards greater autonomy while using appropriate reminders as needed.
They have the responsibility to carefully explain the School Rules to their children in order to facilitate understanding and show their accord with the educational team.
Students must have consistent information from the group of adults surrounding them. Incoherence can be perceived as an area of concern.
Attendance – Absences
90 percent attendance is mandatory for all
It is required of students to regularly attend all classes scheduled for their grade, as well as, the activities chosen at the beginning of the year. Punctuality is a primary rule to observe. The administration must be informed of any absence by 9:30a.m. that same day. After 3 consecutive days absent, the student must provide a medical certificate attesting that the return of the student involves no contagious risk.
Under no circumstances may a student be taken from the school during the day without the administration given prior notice. Except in the case of illness or urgency duly justified by the parents, students are expected to be present for the entire school year. Failure to do so could result in their readmission being refused.
Medical appointments should be made outside of normal school hours.
The administration reserves the right to refuse a student permission to leave a class during the day, if the reason given does not appear to be of utmost urgency.
Student Dress and Conduct
Students must come to the school in proper attire. If this basic rule is not observed, the principal or his representative reserves the right to refuse entry to any student.
A polite attitude and use of proper language are expected from students towards all school personnel, their friends and any person met in the school or its immediate area.
Respect for School Property
Students must be responsible for the cleanliness of the school (picking up in the classrooms, corridors, etc.). Particular attention, starting at the youngest age, must be given to respecting school furniture, property and supplies left at the disposal of students. Damage done intentionally to the grounds or due to the improper use of equipment will warrant disciplinary action, and parents will be held financially responsible for repairs. Students must keep track of their belongings (books, clothes, lunch boxes, etc.), and not let them lie around in the hallways.
It is important to arrive to class on time in order to take full advantage of the school day, and, in particular, not to upset the work of others and the concentration of classmates who arrived at the proper time.
School rules must be respected by the whole school. In this way, we can benefit from a school with an excellent atmosphere in which to study and enjoy ourselves.
All late arrivals are noted. If late arrivals of a student are unjustified or frequent (3 in two weeks or 5 in a month) :
Behavioral Etiquettes -
In the Classroom –
In the Rest Rooms –
In Common Areas: library, corridors –
In the music room –
On the Playground and Recreation Area –
During Movement in Groups –
Teachers and the Director
In case of disregard or disrespect of the school rules, the following measures can be put into force according to the seriousness and the frequency of the fault(s) committed:
Disciplinary action will be taken for either bad conduct or failure to do work. Parents are always notified of such actions.
Failure in the application of these regulations will result in one of the following steps:
In very serious cases, the School Council is called together as a disciplinary body to reach a decision regarding permanent expulsion of a student, proposed by the principal