Code of Conduct

Please read our complete Student Code of Conduct and Expectations for 2018-19 as they are attached to this section of the Web Site

Major Components

  • Common approach by all staff.
  • Positively stated expectations for all students and staff.
  • Procedures for teaching these expectations to students.
  • Continuum of procedures for encouraging demonstration and maintenance of these expectations.
  • Continuum of procedures for discouraging inappropriate behavior.
  • Procedures for monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of the discipline system on a regular and frequent basis.
  • The program is focused on acknowledging students for consistent positive behavior.
  • Teachers are acknowledged for noticing positive student behavior.
  • Routines and language with respect to appropriate school behavior are consistent throughout the school.

Academic achievement and behavior competence are the results of school personnel and families working together to provide a continuum of support for all learners. A continuum of academic and behavioral support includes:

  1. School-wide interventions for all learners (Universal)
  2. Specialized interventions for learners who are at risk for academic or social failure due to behavior challenges (Targeted)
  3. Individualized interventions for students with intense/chronic behavior challenges (Intensive)

Information & Announcements

Permission Click

Every family is now required to complete an on-line Acceptable Use Agreement for each of their children.  This form has to be completed in order for us to allow the use of technology, including logging into computers and iPads, otherwise your child will not be able to use any of the technology used for instruction.  

Chilliwack School District Property Purchase

Unique land purchase to benefit Chilliwack students - A land purchase will lay the groundwork for a future school for hundreds of students in one of British Columbia’s fastest growing communities. Rob Fleming, Minister of Education, announced that the Province is providing the Chilliwack School District with up to $10 million to purchase part of the former Chilliwack North campus of the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) for the site of a new school.

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