Code of Conduct

 

It is the expectation that all A.D. Rundle Middle School students will exhibit behavior that is consistent with the principles of common decency and courtesy to others. Proper conduct is expected while on the school premises, on the way to and from school, at all school games, functions and field trips, and behavior beyond these times (including on-line behavior) that negatively impacts the safe, caring, or orderly environment of the school, and/or student learning. A.D. Rundle Middle School promotes the values expressed in the BC Charter of Human Rights and Freedom, the BC Human Rights Code, and provincial standards respecting the rights of all individuals in accordance with the law-prohibiting discrimination based on race, colour, and ancestry, place of origin, religion, marital status, family status, physical or mental disability, sex or sexual orientation (homophobic behaviour) - in respect of discriminatory publication and discrimination in accommodation, service and facility in the school environment.

Behaviour expectations are clarified in the form of our Student Code of Conduct. Although we will take every opportunity to teach the positive behaviors outlined in the Code of Conduct, we expect each student to become familiar with all aspects of it. Parents will be notified of serious breaches of the Code of Conduct. When breaches occur the following factors will be considered in determining appropriate disciplinary action: severity of unacceptable conduct, frequency of such conduct, age of the student, maturity level, and cognitive ability of the student.

Read the ADR Code of Conduct below.


 

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Introducing The A.D. Rundle Integrated Arts & Tech Cohort September 2020

Registration for The A.D. Rundle Integrated Arts and Technology was between Monday January 20, and March 31, 2020. Applications after March 31 can still be made online; and applicants will be added to the existing waitlist. Please visit https://sd33.bc.ca/integrated-arts-and-technology-k-12-program to register and for further information.

This is an AMAZING opportunity for our school. There is already a buzz from our current staff because this form of learning is best practice.  Students will still learn all required curriculum.  Teachers will use an arts based lens to integrate all subjects.  Many of our staff are already using this style of teaching because it makes learning relevant to the student.

Please note: School organization for the 2019-20 school year will remain status quo.  If you would like any more information on this initiative please do not hesitate to email me at, scott_wallace@sd33.bc.ca 

Please submit your child's immunization record to Public Health

As you may be aware, starting July 1, 2019, parents and guardians have been requested to report the vaccination status of their school-age children. All B.C. students are required to have their complete immunization records in the Provincial Immunization Registry. This applies to children from kindergarten to grade 12, in public and independent schools and those who are home-schooled. As a result of this change in protocols, Public Health staff will be checking the immunization records for kindergarten-age children before they enter the school system and are requesting that parents or guardians of children in other grades to check their child’s online immunization records and update them accordingly.  Please click the link below for more Information on how this is to be accomplished.

 

Please Note: The school does not keep a record of your child's immunizations

 


 

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