Code of Conduct

USE OF TECHNOLOGY AND DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

Cell phones and all other forms of electronic video or audio recording and or transmitting devices are not to be activated on school property during the school day and school sponsored events. This includes recess and lunch. Recording devices of any kind are to be used only with staff member’s permission and only for special class events. Please refer to our Board policy 1-43 with respect to use of technology and digital citizenship. Please note:

  1. Parents will assume full responsibility for the equipment.  The Halton Catholic District School Board (hereafter defined as H.C.D.S.B.) and the school will not undertake any responsibility for the equipment and will not be liable for any loss, misuse, etc., of said equipment.
  1. The H.C.D.S.B. and the school will not load software onto personal electronic devices and will not address any technological difficulties as related to said device.
  1. The student will not be able to connect to their personal H:\ drive at school nor connect to the H.C.D.S.B. intranet. The student will not have access to the H.C.D.S.B. Student Desktop and will need to use the software/apps loaded on their personal device.  The student MAY be able to access public wireless, if available, and the personal device is equipped for wireless access.
  2. School staff, and most specifically the classroom teacher, would have to agree that the student’s needs would be met with the use of the personal device.  Preferably, the student will have an Individual Education Plan stating the same.
  1. The H.C.D.S.B. and school are not responsible for storing and/or securing the equipment in the classroom and/or school.

 

The staff and students at St. Benedict School are committed to creating a safe and bully free learning environment. We encourage our students to show respect for each other by keeping their hands and feet to themselves and to include others in what they say and do. When students find themselves in disagreement with other students on the playground they are expected to use peaceful problem solving strategies, including:

  • telling the other person what the concern is in a quiet, respectful voice
  • asking the person to stop doing whatever it is that is causing the problem
  • leaving the immediate presence of the other person
  • asking the supervisor or peer mediator for assistance

STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT

Referenced from following HCDSB policies:

Policy No: II-27

Student Behaviour JK-Grade

Policy No: II-39

Progressive Discipline and Safety in Schools / Code of Conduct Suspension & Expulsions

Policy No: II-40

Bullying Prevention Intervention

 

HCDSB AdministratorCode of Conduct