Safe & Caring Schools

​​Our Philosophy

South East Cornerstone Public School Division believes that all students have the right to learn and interact in a safe and caring environment.  The Division is committed to creating and maintaining school community environments where all people are treated with dignity and respect. The Division recognizes that encouraging and respectful environments help students to achieve to the best of their ability.  To improve student success and achievement, we must ensure that students feel safe, nurtured, welcomed, respected and included.

Fair Notice Letter

This "Fair Notice Letter"​ is to i​nform you that our school division has developed guidelines that require principals to complete a “threat assessment’ in all cases of students making threats to harm themselves or others.


Everyone is responsible for keeping our schools safe.

STUDENTS

Students have the responsibility to:

  • participate in maintaining a safe, positive environment conducive to learning
  • support their school's philosophy
  • attend school regularly and follow the rules of the school and individual classrooms
  • participate willingly in their learning
  • respect others' safety, well being, personal property and school property
  • dress to promote a positive image of school and community
  • be accountable for their behaviour
  • be responsive to reasonable, related  and respectful consequences
  • to cooperate in employing a problem solving approach in discipline

 

STAFF

School staff members have the responsibility to:

  • participate in maintaining a safe, positive environment conducive to learning
  • promote their school's philosophy
  • recognize students' individual needs
  • involve students in developing classroom procedures which promote reasonable, responsible and respectful  behaviour
  • guide students in problem-solving approaches which enhance self-knowledge, self-esteem, and self-discipline.
  • work and cooperate with the parents to resolve concerns involving students

PARENTS AND GUARDIANS 

Parents/guardians have the responsibility to:

  • Make sure their child is properly nourished, appropriately dressed and prepared for school
  • Show an active interest in their child's school work and progress
  • Ensure their child attends school regularly and on time
  • Communicate regularly with the school
  • Become familiar with the school code of conduct and school rules
  • Respect the school's use of an individualized problem solving approach to discipline
  • Encourage their child in curricular, and school sponsored extra-curricular activities

 

 

 

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