Code of Conduct & Technology Use Guidelines
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Student Rights and Responsibilities:

Each learner is the center of our world. We are a collaborative, connected, and dynamic community of support, where individual growth and global citizenship is celebrated. Each student has a right to a learning environment that is safe and respectful and to participate in program activities. It is the personal responsibility of each student at CEAP to be aware of, support, and abide by the CEAP Code of Conduct. In the case of young students, it is expected that parents will support the student in reference to the rights, responsibilities and expectations outlined in our code of conduct.

Guiding Principles:

Prevention of retaliation - All reasonable steps will be taken to prevent retaliation against a student who makes complaint of a breach of a code of conduct.
BC Human Rights - Our school supports the values expressed in the BC Human Rights Code, respecting the rights of all individuals in accordance with the law, prohibiting discrimination based on race, colour, ancestry, place of origin, religion, marital status, physical and mental disability sex or sexual orientation.
Special Consideration - In application of our school's code of conduct, special consideration may apply to students with Special Needs if those students are unable to comply due to having a disability of an intellectual, physical, sensory emotional or behavioral nature.
Expectations of Students and Parents for Program Participation:

Communicate with the program teacher online and/or face-to-face
Participate in and complete all learning activities to the best of their abilities
Attend meetings, sessions and conferences, or school-based portfolio reviews and examinations when required
Student Conduct Guidelines:

Behave in a safe and positive manner
Respect the rights and property of others
Respect staff and the resources provided to support learning
Follow the school district guidelines governing Information Technology use & Social Networking
Rising Expectations:

As students mature, expectations regarding conduct increase.
Older students will act as positive role models and demonstrate mentorship towards younger students.
Technology Use & Social Networking Guidelines

Rationale:

In order to enrol at CEAP, all students (some through their parents) must have access to and actively be using technology and the internet. As such, we have taken upon ourselves to define Technology and Social Networking Guidelines that are reasonable and consistent with those defined for students across British Columbia. Our goal is to prepare students who are responsible global citizens and to work to ensure student safety.


To view our school's full Code of Conduct, please click CEAP Code of Conduct (Long) 2017-2018.pdf

To view our school's Technology and Internet Use Guidelines, please click Technology and Internet Use 2017-18.pdf

To view our school's Social Networking Guidelines for CEAP Students, please click Social Networking Guidelines for Students 2017-18.pdf

To view our school's Social Networking Guidelines for Parents, please click Social Networking Guidelines for Parents 2017-18.pdf