STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT



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All students should follow our student code of conduct outlined below.

  • A student who commits an act of misconduct not listed here in this code of conduct, is nonetheless subject to NVS disciplinary actions.
  • Teachers consistently document inappropriate student behavior.
  • Students are presented with a choice of behaviours and related consequences to enable them to make an informed choice before acting.
  • Appropriate behaviours are modelled by school staff.
  • Appropriate student behaviours are acknowledged by staff.
  • Student misconduct is classified into three levels based on the severity of the misconduct;
  • Levels 1, 2 and 3. Levels 1 and 2 offenses are the least severe and normally result in short term suspensions.
  • High school students are subject to long term suspension for Level 2 and a combination of Level 1 and Level 2 offenses.
  • Level 3 offenses are the most serious violations and may result in suspension for the rest of the academic year with registration non-renewal for the next year.
  • Level 2 and 3 in school and out-school suspensions will result in complete ban from in school and out-school activities for a period of 1-2 months.
  • First warning letters will be issued by the students’ affairs personnel after investigating the incident of infraction.
  • Second and Final warning letters will be issued by the principal after investigating the incident of infraction.
  • Parents conferences will involve the meeting of the parents with the administrators, teachers and the respective students.
  • School administrators and teachers should implement the Code of Student Conduct and all disciplinary procedures in a fair and consistent manner.
  • School administrators and teachers will use good judgment to prevent minor incidents from becoming major problems.
  • School administrators should inform all school personnel, parents, and students of discipline policies.
  • School administrators and teachers should address rule violations with multiple strategies to keep students in school
  • School administrators and teachers should teach children to respect the rights of others and follow school rules.
  • Grade 11 students reaching the final stages of level 3 infractions will be deprived from school recommendation letters and report cards.
  • Students committing level 3 infractions will require continuous professional counseling and will be assigned possible in-community service for corrective behaviour.

 

 

 

 

 

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