Student Responsibilities

  • Students must conduct themselves in ways that show respect for the safety and well-being of both themselves and others.
  • Students must follow safety procedures.
  • Students must follow the established behavioural guidelines.
  • The standards of safety are affected by the student’s skill and understanding.
  • Students must report all injuries to the teacher, including any time a student hits their head or exhibits or reports signs or symptoms of a concussion.
  • Student must report any unsafe equipment/facilities to the teacher.
  • Students are expected to assume increasing responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others. 
  • Following procedures, using equipment as instructed, wearing appropriate attire, and using thinking skills to assess risk and take appropriate precautions are some ways in which students can contribute to their own safety and the safety of others while participating in physical activity.
  • Students must be informed of the importance of reporting any behaviour that contravenes the established behavioural guidelines.
  • Students are strictly forbidden prior to, during or after school sponsored activities, whether on site or off site, to participate in the consumption of alcohol, and the non-medical use of drugs including performance enhancing drugs.
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