Section 1.A School Administration

Section 1.A.10  ----------   Code of Conduct

 

Section 1.A.20  ----------   Work Place Health and Safety

 

Section 1.A.30  ----------   Nutrition

 

Section 1.A.40  ----------   Maintenance and Control of Instructional Materials

 

Section 1.A.50  ----------   Printing and Copyright

 

Section 1.A.60  ----------   Homebound and Home Schooling

 

Section 1.A.70  ----------   Selection of Learning and Library Materials

 

Section 1.A.80  ----------   School Newsletters/Media

 

Section 1.A.100 ---------   Visitors to the School

 

Section 1.A.110 ---------   Dress Code

 

Section 1.A.120 ---------   After School Dances

 

Section 1.A.130 ---------   Academic Freedom

 

Section 1.A.140 ---------   School Catchment Area/Choice of Schools

 

Section 1.A.150 ---------   Student Attendance and Accounting

 

Section 1.A.160 ---------   Professional Development

 

Section 1.A.170 ---------   Graduation

 

Section 1.A.180 ---------   Search, Seizure and Interrogation

 

Section 1.A.190 ---------   Student Teaching

 

Section 1.A.200 ---------   Admission of Exchange or Foreign Students

 

Section 1.A.210 ---------   Assessment and Communicating Student Learning

 

Section 1.A.220 ---------   Access to Pupil Information for Pupils 18 Years and Over

 

Section 1.A.230 ---------   Temporary Guardianship

 

Section 1.A.240 ---------   Technology Acceptable Use: Staff and Students

Section 1.A.250 ---------   Policy and Procedure Development Sharing

Section 1.A.260 ---------   Violence in the Workplace

Section 1.A.270 ---------   Independent Study/Distance Education

Section 1.A.280 ---------   Employee Cell Phones

Section 1.A.290 ---------   Summer Institute

Border Land School Division

Border Land School Division acknowledges that the communities and schools located within Border Land School Division sit on Treaty 1 and Treaty 3 land, the original lands of the Anishinaabe peoples and on the homeland of the Metis nation.

Border Land School Division respects the treaties that were made on these treaty areas and we dedicate ourselves to moving forward in partnership with our Indigenous communities in a spirit of truth, reconciliation and collaboration.