Code of Conduct


Roch Carrier French Immersion Public School
Code of Conduct 2019-2020 

*Roch Carrier is a place that promotes responsibility, respect and academic excellence in a safe learning environment. *A positive school climate exists when all members of the school community feel safe, comfortable and accepted.
*All students, parents/guardians, teachers and staff members have the right to be safe, and to feel safe, in their school community.
*Responsible citizenship involves appropriate participation in the civic life of the school community. Active and engaged citizens are aware of their rights, but more importantly, they accept responsibility for protecting their rights and the rights of others. 

This Code of Conduct applies to students, parents, guardians, staff, volunteers and any individuals visiting our school. It applies while on school buses and at school based activities or events on and off school property.




  • Quality education 



  • Attend school, arrive on time, and put forth their best effort every day



  • Clean school environment 



  • Treat school property, learning materials, furniture and equipment with respect 



  • Safe environment free of verbal, physical and emotional abuse or discrimination because of race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, family status or disability 



  • Be considerate of the rights and feelings of others 



  • Treated fairly and courteously 



  • Treat others fairly and courteously 



  • Use computer technology 



  • Use and follow computer etiquette and safety routines in accordance with School Computer Lab and Internet Policy 



  • Eat at nutrition breaks at school in a clean and orderly environment 



  • Maintain a clean and orderly eating environment following lunchroom rules 



  • Express themselves in the way they dress 



  • Dress in a way that is appropriate to a school setting as described in Roch Carrier Dress Code 




By behaving responsibly you have: 

Irresponsible behaviour may result in: 


  • Increased feelings of self-worth 
  • Other people liking and respecting you 
  • A classroom atmosphere where everyone can learn 
  • Participation in field trips or special activities
  • Recognition through awards or rewards
  • Opportunities to be positive role models for others



  • Reminders, with suggestions for improvement 
  • Isolation within the classroom 
  • Removal from the classroom 
  • Loss of some privileges 
  • An interview with the principal or vice-principal
  • Phone calls to or an interview with parents/guardians
  • Repair or replacement of damaged or lost property
  • Loss of bus riding privileges
  • Suspensions


Fair Notice: All high-risk behaviours will be taken seriously and high-risk students will be assessed accordingly. Determining what actions will be taken in any case (legal, disciplinary, mental health evaluations, etc.) will depend on the context of the incident.