School Policies

Attendance

At Oxford School, we believe that attendance is a crucial part of student success. This belief is supported by the Education Act which states that “It is the duty of students to attend school regularly and punctually.” (24(1)) and “It is the duty of parents to cause their children to attend school as required by …

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Late Policy

At Oxford school being on time for class is important for many reasons including: The Education Act of Nova Scotia and the Halifax Regional School Board require that all students “attend school regularly and punctually.” (Section 24-1b) Tardiness is disruptive to classes in session when the latecomer enters the room. Research clearly indicates that learners …

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Electronics Policy

Please Note: Oxford School is not responsible for any costs associated with the theft of or damage to electronic devices. Students are strongly encouraged to leave these items at home. At Oxford school, students are expected to focus their full attention on academic success. Electronic devices such as, but not limited to, cell phones, digital …

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Dress Code

   

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Code of Conduct

1. 0 TABLE 1: EXAMPLES OF DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOUR TABLE 2: EXAMPLES OF SEVERELY DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOUR PREAMBLE As part of its responsibilities under section 64 (2)(r) of the Education Act, the Halifax Regional School Board is committed to establishing a regional policy that supports the provincial Code of Conduct and assisting schools in the development a …

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