Code of Conduct

At MBCI, respecting oneself, others, and the school means …

A Student will:

  • Be on time for class, bringing all the required supplies and completed homework.
  • Speak well of others, not using abusive language and aggressive behaviour to belittle or intimidate.
  • Show respect to all school staff (teachers, principals, and support staff).
  • Behave respectfully to all, regardless of age, gender, race, or religion.
  • Solve conflicts peacefully through discussion or by seeking help
  • Dress according to the dress code for all classes and school-sponsored activities.
  • Use the school’s property appropriately and work to keep the school property clean.
  • Make the most of the time in school, and strive for academic excellence through classroom participation.
  • Carefully evaluate his or her own behaviour and school work, and seek to change when necessary.

The Staff will:

  • Provide the programs and services prescribed by the MBCI School Board and the Department of Education.
  • Establish and maintain a positive learning environment.
  • Evaluate students’ achievement, and explain the evaluation procedures for each course.
  • Keep students, parents/guardians and principals informed about student progress, attendance, and behaviour.
  • Show common courtesy and respect to all.
  • Speak well of others, not using abusive language and aggressive behaviour to coerce or intimidate.
  • Behave respectfully to all, regardless of age, gender, race, or religion.
  • Treat students and other staff members fairly and consistently.
  • Respect confidential information about students and staff.
  • Help students to resolve conflicts peacefully and use the Code of Conduct to encourage appropriate behaviour.

The Parent/Guardian will:

  • Make sure their children attend classes regularly, arrive at school on time, and do their homework.
  • Attend school events, support the school and stay in contact with school staff.
  • Help their children develop positive attitudes to school and respect the staff and school property.
  • Show common courtesy and respect to all.
  • Speak well of others, not using abusive language and aggressive behaviour to coerce or intimidate.
  • Encourage the peaceful resolution of conflict. Discourage violent or aggressive behaviour to solve conflicts.
  • Discuss the Code of Conduct with their children, to ensure that they understand what it means.