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Sports and Co-Curricular

Francis Libermann has a proud co-curricular tradition. Teams, clubs and committees have enjoyed success at the local, city, provincial and national levels.

Being a member of a co-curricular activity can be a rewarding experience, allowing students to enjoy camaraderie as they develop talents, discipline and skills.

Participation in co-curricular activities places other responsibilities on students:

  • Students must represent Francis Libermann in an exemplary manner both at the school and in the community;

  • Students must demonstrate support and respect for their staff facilitator and fellow participants;

  • Students who miss a class due to participation in a co-curricular activity must complete all missed work and assignments;

  • Students who are absent from school will not participate in any co-curricular activity that day;

  • Students who are suspended will not participate in any co-curricular activity, game, meeting, performance or practice for the period of the suspension.

  • The Administration has the right to refuse student participation in any school/or extra curricular activity.

Academic Review Committee for Co-Curricular Activities

A student who participates in co-curricular activities and experiences academic and/or attendance difficulties will be reviewed by the Academic Review Committee (consisting of the Principal, Vice Principals, Guidance Counsellor, Student Success Teacher, Special Education Teacher (if applicable), and teacher involved in the co-curricular activity. The committee will determine the conditions for continued participation in the activity.

Athletics

Athletes and spectators are encouraged review our code of conduct:

Athletic / Community Awards

There are several formal Award Ceremonies;

  1. Athletic Awards Ceremony (May): celebrating the athletic achievement of Grades 9-12.

  2. Libermann Letters: The recipients of these awards must accumulate 50 points for a Junior Letter during Grades 9 and 10 and 100 points for a Senior Letter from Grades 9 to 12. These recipients usually play two or more sports during each school year or are involved in a major sport and excel every year.

  3. Adler Isidor Memorial Award: The student athlete who best personifies Adler’s love of sport, athleticism, Spirit, and overall contribution to the community.

  4. Award of Excellence: These athletes have contributed to sports over their four years in High School. They have shown by example that they are among the best in their sport or sports and are the leaders and the backbone of their teams.