Code Of Conduct

 

A Covenant for Students at Calvin Christian Collegiate
A Covenant is a Biblical version of an agreement or a contract. When you attend Calvin Christian Collegiate we promise to do certain things for you and we ask you to promise to do certain things for us. We ask that you and your parent(s) or guardian(s) enter into this agreement with us. By signing our “Code of Conduct” document you acknowledge that you agree to fulfill your role within the covenant to the best of your ability.

Human Dignity Policy
Calvin Christian intends to provide its staff members, students and guests with a safe Spirit-filled environment, one that is free from offensive kinds of behaviour. Conduct—whether intentional or unintentional—that subjects another person to unwanted attention, comments, or actions (i.e. discriminatory behaviour) because of race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, disability is not permitted. Instead, we expect all persons to treat each other with respect because they are created to reflect God himself.

Calvin Christian Collegiate Computer and Internet Acceptable Use Covenant
It is our policy that Calvin Christian Collegiate computer resources are to be used in a responsible, efficient, ethical, legal and Christian manner in accordance with the mission statement and goals of the school. To that end, we believe that it is the responsibility of the school and the students to work together to develop the necessary technological skills and attitudes.

Students’ Rights and Responsibilities

  1. I have a right to learn in this school. It is my responsibility to listen to instructions, work quietly at my desk and to follow the classroom guidelines set out by my teachers and classmates.
  2. I have a right to hear and to be heard. It is my responsibility not to talk, or interfere when others are speaking.
  3. I have a right to privacy and to my own personal space. It is my responsibility to accept others’ right to privacy and to respect the school’s property, my own property, and the personal property of others and to keep my own space well organized and tidy.
  4. I have a right to receive graded tests, projects etc. back within a reasonable time. It is my responsibility to complete assignments and submit requested work projects, essays, etc. on the due dates that are given.
  5. I have a right to be loved and accepted as a unique individual. It is my responsibility to love and accept others, just as I want to be loved and accepted.
  6. It is my right to have choices. It is my responsibility to accept consequences of choice.
  7. I have a right to be respected in this school. It is my responsibility to not intimidate my fellow students and to treat others with dignity and respect.
  8. I have a right to develop my creative abilities. It is my responsibility to use my God given creative talents. It is my responsibility not to threaten, kick, punch, or physically harm anyone else. It is my responsibility to obey all rules of safety set out by the school.