Students have the right to be in school. This right comes with the responsibility to respect the rights of others and to be actively and productively involved in their own academic learning. This responsibility must be shared with the child and the parent. Our discipline procedures represent our expectations and the consequences.




It is the responsibility of the Principal and the other school personnel to maintain proper discipline at all times. In cases where pupils have problems adjusting to school life, a parent-teacher conference may be desirable. Parents should feel free to discuss any problem with school personnel when situations arise.




The safety and well being of your child is our main concern.



Children learn in an atmosphere of discipline and consistency.



The learning process will be more effective when children know what is expected of them.