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School Policies
Bus Policy
Students who are approved bus students are expected to board the bus every day, unless they are absent, picked up by a parent/guardian or have a written note from home giving them permission to walk home. Students can only take the bus assigned to them. Students, who are not bus students, can not take the school bus before or after school.
School Yard/Recess Policy
Children who come to school are expected to participate fully in the school program.  This includes taking recess breaks which are essential for students well being.  Ensure that your child is dressed appropriately for the weather.  In the event of severe inclement weather conditions, all the children are kept indoors and are appropriately supervised.  A child who is ill or has a fever should not be sent to school.
Lunch Policy                                                                    
We encourage students to eat their lunch at home if there is adult supervision.  If they must eat lunch at school please remember that the privilege of staying for lunch may be withdrawn from students whose behaviour during the lunch hour is unacceptable.
Lunch is eaten between 12:05 and 12:25 p.m. in the classroom; it is essential that all children follow the direction of the supervisors if they are to eat lunch at school.
Students who stay for lunch are expected to:
* Sit and eat quietly in the assigned area
* Speak politely and obey the instructions of the teacher or supervisor;
* Clean up their personal eating area; and* Stay on the school property. 
 If problems arise concerning lunchroom behaviour, parents will be contacted to make other arrangements for their child.
The school does not assume responsibility for any loss or damage to a student’s personal property, such as electronic equipment, cards, money, valuables, and toys.  Often these are lost, stolen, or broken.  Therefore, students are discouraged from bringing any valuables to school. Articles that constitute a potential danger to students such as skateboards, hardballs, bats, hockey sticks, tennis rackets, roller skates, roller blades, weapons and/or replicas of weapons etc. are not to be brought to school.
Personal Communication Devices
Personal communication devices, such as cell phones, are to be powered off and stored out of view in school. Students who use cell phones during the instructional day will have the phones safely stored until their parent retrieves it from the principal. If pictures and/or movies are taken with the cell phone camera, further consequences may be warranted. IPods and/or any other electronic listening devices are also not to be used during the school day. The consequences for usage during the school day are the same as for the cell phone.