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Grow with God to be the best you can be!
ST. AUGUSTINE SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT
WE TRULY BELIEVE IN A POSITIVE, CARING, CHRISTIAN ENVIRONMENT WHICH PROMOTES RESPECT FOR SELF AND OTHERS IN ORDER THAT EACH OF US MAY DEVELOP OUR GOD GIVEN GIFTS TO THE FULLEST AND CONTRIBUTE TO THE QUALITY AND SUCCESS OF OUR SCHOOL COMMUNITY. WE ARE LEARNING FOR THE FUTURE, INSPIRED BY JESUS CHRIST AND GUIDED BY THE HOLY SPIRIT.
At St. Augustine School we are confident that the agenda will help strengthen the ties between school and home. Through increased communication, awareness, organization and planning, each child has the opportunity to be successful. By being aware of class expectations, activities and due dates, parents/guardians can be supportive in their child’s education. The room 1 & 2 students will be provided with an agenda at the start of the school year.
First Bell: 8:50 am School Begins: 8:55 am
First Recess: 10:25-10:40 am
Second Recess: 2:00 – 2:15 School Ends: 3:25 pm
School Offices Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00- 4:00 pm
(i.e. balls, bats, etc.)
Students shall remain in their seats at all times unless told to move by the bus driver.
Each student is expected to be familiar with the school rules. No attempt has been made to cover all situations since St. Augustine School students understand that orderly conduct and courtesy to teachers, guests, and other students is expected of them at all times. School rules and regulations are intended to foster an environment in which the
Students are free to pursue their education with as few as possible interruptions or distractions. As a school we have been delegated the responsibility of giving some guidance in helping
students to become responsible citizens. Some of our rules are intended to help in this
If you are in doubt about a matter of school behaviour which is not specifically covered in the printed regulations, ask yourself:
If you can answer no to both of these questions, your behaviour is most likely to be acceptable to the school.
Every student is accountable to the school staff for his/her conduct on the school premises during school hours and during such hours as the staff member is in charge of a student as a member of a class or as an individual while engaged in authorized school activities conducted in or out of school hours.
If bullying behaviour occurs some possible consequences are:
Bullying will be dealt with on an individual basis and may not always follow this model.
If bullying continues, more severe consequences will be enforced.
Duties of Students
The School Act requires that each student who exercises the right of access to a school shall:
Who should you talk to if your child appears to have a problem?
We suggest that the first person to whom you need to talk to is the classroom teacher. Find out what the problem is and if there are any solutions that can be worked out between yourself and the classroom teacher.
If a solution still does not seem possible, the next person in line for you to see is the Principal.
If there is still no resolve, the Director of Education will hear your case.
Should the problem still exist to your dissatisfaction, you may set up an appointment to meet with the Holy Family Board of Education. Your final route of appeal lies with a letter to the Minister of Education.
This all sounds very complicated, but we want you to be aware of the right of your child to an appropriate education. We intend to help you solve the problem here before you ever have to leave the building.
While we encourage students to attend school every day, an ill child will not perform well and may expose other students to an illness at school. Whether you send your child to school will depend on how severe you think the illness is. Please use the following guidelines and keep your child home if any of these symptoms are present:
Severe Sore throat
An earache or draining ear
FLU like symptoms
Evidence of Headlice
An undiagnosed rash
Diarrhea or vomitting (must be episode free for 24 hours)
Persistent or severe stomach ache or headache
Any known communicable disease
When should we send our child back to school?
The child may feel better after presenting an illness but still can spread germs. It is very difficult to predict if a child is clear or not. The guideline suggested by medical professionals is a 24 to 48 hour window after an episode.
In the event a child becomes ill or complains about not feeling well and needs to be picked up, the parent(s) will be called and are expected to come pick the child up as soon as possible. We recognize that this may be an inconvenience for some, but we are responsible for the well-being of all of our students. We truly appreciate your cooperation in our efforts to keep our students safe and healthy.
Please notify the school by calling the office when your child will be absent by calling the school at 306 732 - 2077.
Updated May 8/2019