Code of Conduct

 

SD79 Board policies regarding students :”Administrative Procedures – Students (300)

Page 3 (Code of Conduct)

Rising Expectations and Consequences

Disciplinary action, wherever possible, is restorative rather than punitive, and takes into consideration students with identified special needs. As students become older, more mature, and move through successive grades, there is an expectation of increased personal responsibility and self-discipline. Students who do not behave in a manner consistent with the ORCAS expectations can expect the following consequences:

  • Reprimand
  • Loss of privileges
  • Participation in a conflict resolution and/or mediation
  • Detention, service work, or other restitution
  • In-school suspension
  • Suspension from school for a period of one to five days
  • Suspension from school for a period exceeding five days with a referral to the Board