Policy Review 2023

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Consultation has concluded

As per previous board direction, staff have been working on updating policies and procedures.

The Review Process can be viewed here.

The below listed policies have been uploaded into the Documents section on the right for you to review: Please read them carefully and leave us your comments, and/or suggestions as feedback.

Policy 2.0 Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Policy 3.0 Safe, Caring and Respectful Schools

The Assistant Superintendent led the development of this policy. Principals, VPs, Indigenous department, 4 student forums, Safe Schools liaison, and the mentor teacher group all provided input along the way. We introduced more restorative practices, and how we move on and learn from what happens. Repairing relationships after students come back to school is integral. This policy has 2 procedures to go with it. 1 - According to the School Act, every school needs to have a Code of Conduct, and the AP will guide having an effective Code. The 2nd administrative procedure will be the direction for staff.

Policy 5.0 Safe, Caring and Respectful Workplaces


THANK YOU FOR PROVIDING YOUR FEEDBACK! At the June 20, 2023, Public Meeting of the Board of Education, the new policies have been approved.
We have previously shared, that at the end of the review process, we will draw 2 names from the list, to receive a gift card as a THANK YOU. Sherry Freeman & Rjdoghouse were randomly drawn from the list of 40 participants who provided us feedback in the survey.

You can read the highlights from the June 20, 2023 Board Meeting here.


As per previous board direction, staff have been working on updating policies and procedures.

The Review Process can be viewed here.

The below listed policies have been uploaded into the Documents section on the right for you to review: Please read them carefully and leave us your comments, and/or suggestions as feedback.

Policy 2.0 Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Policy 3.0 Safe, Caring and Respectful Schools

The Assistant Superintendent led the development of this policy. Principals, VPs, Indigenous department, 4 student forums, Safe Schools liaison, and the mentor teacher group all provided input along the way. We introduced more restorative practices, and how we move on and learn from what happens. Repairing relationships after students come back to school is integral. This policy has 2 procedures to go with it. 1 - According to the School Act, every school needs to have a Code of Conduct, and the AP will guide having an effective Code. The 2nd administrative procedure will be the direction for staff.

Policy 5.0 Safe, Caring and Respectful Workplaces


THANK YOU FOR PROVIDING YOUR FEEDBACK! At the June 20, 2023, Public Meeting of the Board of Education, the new policies have been approved.
We have previously shared, that at the end of the review process, we will draw 2 names from the list, to receive a gift card as a THANK YOU. Sherry Freeman & Rjdoghouse were randomly drawn from the list of 40 participants who provided us feedback in the survey.

You can read the highlights from the June 20, 2023 Board Meeting here.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Please let us know what you think about the policies. Your feedback is very valuable and ensures we approve wholesome policies/procedures.

    We have two gift cards ($25 to Starbucks and $25 VISA) we will draw at the end of the review process. We are collecting basic personal information like your name and email in the registration process. 

    Submitting your response as a registered user will make sure we can contact you back with your prize.  

    Consultation has concluded
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