Policies & Student Expectations
All students are expected to act in accordance with the rules and regulations common to district procedure and policy. Discipline issues will be dealt with according to Abbotsford School District policies.
Students are expected to dress in a fashion that would be acceptable at a workplace.
The following items may not be worn:
- attire that promotes the use of alcohol, tobacco, drugs, inappropriate language, racism, sexism, violence, promiscuity, or identitfies the student with groups or gangs whose purpose is to intimidate of harass.
- attire that is offensive or distracting because it is too extreme in style or too revealing
Students are expected to remain on the school campus at all times.
Teachers will endeavour to provide a stimulating learning environment. Students who disrupt the learning process may be dealt with firmly under the following guidelines:
- First offence: Warning
- Second offence: One day suspension/Expulsion
- Third offence: Expulsion
Incidences involving illegal substances or confrontational behaviour will warrant an automatic expulsion from the summer school program and no refund.
Students are expected to attend each day. If absent once, your spot may be offered to a student on the waiting list. Students who miss three classes may be withdrawn without receiving credit for the course. Parents must contact the summer school office if a student will be missing a class for medical reasons. Any student who is returning after an absence must provide a valid note to the Vice-Principal or Principal prior to returning to class.
Students are expected to be on time to all classes, including following regularly scheduled breaks. Students late to class twice will be credited with one absence in accordance with the attendance policy.
Classwork and Homework
Students are expected to complete all assigned work on time and will be held accountable for all assignments.
Report Cards will be available in MyEd at the end of the July. Interim reports will be issues after 2 weeks in the summer school program Students will receive a final report card grade with percent and letter grade.
If a course does not run, International students who have paid for the course will receive a full refund, which will be mailed within 3-4 weeks.
Secondary Summer School 2022
POLICIES AND EXPECTATIONS
- Absence Policy: If absent once, your spot may be offered to a student on the waiting list. Two absences require administration, teacher and parent interview to continue. Three absences will result in withdrawal from Summer School (NOTE: 2 lates during any part of the day = 1 absence).
- Times: Scheduled course times are not optional. Courses are scheduled to serve the greatest number of students possible; courses and times will be posted on the front windows of the Academic Summer Secondary School during the week (1 - 3 days) prior to school start and on Summer School website.
- Course Conflicts: Courses are scheduled to serve the greatest number of students possible. In the event of a course conflict be sure that you have indicated your preferences on the registration form.
- Course Cancellation: There is no guarantee that all courses will run. Courses will only run if enough students enroll. Check the Summer School Website 1 - 3 days prior to school start to make sure your requested course is running. If a course is cancelled, a full refund will be issued.
- Enrollment: A completed registration form does not automatically guarantee enrollment in the Academic Summer School program. Registration will be determined by teacher availability, the number of students enrolled in the program, the school counsellor's recommendation, and receipt of the seat registration deposit.
- Seat Registration Deposit & Payment Information: Payment in full will be required prior to start of classes on July 4th.
- Academic Completion: Students will receive a final report card with the percent and letter grade. Interim reports will be issued two weeks into the course.
- Final assessments: final assessments will be determined by each individual teacher.
- Conduct: All students are expected to act in accordance with rules and regulations common to district procedure and policy. Discipline issues will be dealt with according to district policy.
- Dress Code: Students are expected to dress in a fashion that would be acceptable at a workplace.