Learning Today For - North East School Division
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2019-2020 Classroom Staff: Prekindergarten: Ms. Kara Fidelack Kindergarten: Mrs. Sherry Hayworth 1A Mrs. Krista Bracken 2A Ms. Kourtney Kerelation 2B Ms. Gina Senger 3A Ms. Kerry Crawford 4A Mrs. Lesley Maree 5A Mrs. Danielle April 6A Mrs. Stacey Kozak 5/6B Mrs. Sheri Reimer 7A Mrs. Leann Borowetz 8A Mrs. Annette Legare 9A Ms. Alexis Armit 10A Mrs. Candace Olfert “Learning Today For 11A Mr. Mike Olfert 12A Mr. Ashley Osecki a Better Tomorrow” Mr. Scott Yelle Mr. Jeffrey Ness Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan Mrs. Leanne Ukrainetz Box 312 Hamjea Street Mrs. Tracy Myhr S0E 0Y0 Mr. Braden Messer Phone: 306-865-2515 Mrs. Michelle Gulka Outreach Worker: North East School Division Ms. Michelle Joa Melfort Office 1-888-752-5741 Educational Associates: Transportation (Tisdale) Mrs. Teresa Aube 1-306-873-4555 Mrs. Gayle Cadrain Mrs. Trudy Hauta Website: www.nesd.ca Mrs. Jennifer Kezema Mrs. Jackie Mahlum Mrs. Jackie Morin Mrs. Laura Muir Staff: Mrs. Michelle Riddoch Principal: Mrs. Louise Gel Mrs. Traci-Lynn Yelle Vice Principal: Mrs. Michelle Gulka Admin Assistant: Mrs. Iris Pilon Admin Assistant: Mrs. Rebecca Chasse #HBCSpride Library Technician: Mrs. Rebecca Lupuliak Cert. Caretaker: Mr. Bill Cleverley Cert. Caretaker: Joanne Ragan Hudson Bay Community School Caretakers: Maria Dutkiwich, Dave Kroeker Website: http://www.nesd.ca/School/hbcs/Pages
2019-2020 Supervision of students begins @ 8:40 a.m. Cold Weather Guidelines -25 C or warmer regular recess (dress appropriately) Anything colder than -25C +wind indoor recess Report Cards and Interviews There will be four formal reporting periods as well as two Student Led Conferences that students are expected to attend with their parents. Report cards will be sent to all families via email. A hard copy may also be requested. Emergency Injury Policy Seriously injured children are transported to the hospital. Attempts are made to contact parents in all injury cases. Insurance Information All students, through NESD, subscribe to a basic student accident insurance program, which provides coverage for injury sustained during the school day or during participation in a school- approved activity. An extended insurance program is available which provides for coverage for 365 days per year, 24 hours per day. Forms will be sent home early in the school year for the Pre-K extended coverage. Our school runs a Pre-K for three and four-year olds. Each student will attend classes Monday to Medication Friday from 9:00 until 11:40. A nutritious snack Under normal circumstances administration of will be made available each day. An application medication by school personnel is discouraged. process is in place. Visit office for forms. Parents or guardians are, whenever possible, to administer medication before or after school. Supply Fee If a child must bring medication to school, the There may be a supply fee for your child. This is parents must first meet with the principal or to cover materials that the school supplies such home room teacher to discuss arrangements. as organizers. Please be aware that the dispensing of medicine Dress Codes is not part of the school’s daily responsibility and It is expected that students will wear if the school agrees to provide assistance with appropriate clothing to school in order to the dispensing of the medication that there may promote a positive and safe school be instances where the staff is unable to environment. Student dress will not present a health or safety hazard, display or promote any dispense the medication as requested. drug, sexual activity, violence, disrespect and Allergies /or bigotry towards any group. Hats are not to All severe allergies need to be reported in be worn in the school. A second pair of non- person to the office and appropriate form marking runners is to be kept at the school for filled out. Phys. Ed classes.
2019-2020 Canteen ·Always remaining seated while the bus is A canteen is available to students during the moving breaks. Students in K-3 may place orders with ·Not cluttering the aisles with bags, feet, etc. their homeroom teachers at 9:00, while students ·Doing your part to not distract the driver in Grades 4-12 may purchase items when the Leaving the bus: canteen is open. Hot meals will be sold · Letting the bus stop completely before throughout the week. Check calendar for meals. standing up Hot Lunch Program · Informing the driver if you drop something Parents are emailed a preorder form from inside, under or close to the bus Google Docs. Orders must be paid monthly with · Verifying with the driver that it is safe to cross cheques payable to NESD. Any outstanding the street accounts will not be eligible to order for the · Exiting the bus using the handrail, and moving next month. Hot lunches are optional. at least 2 meters away from the bus. Attendance Use of Technology Academic success is tied to regular and prompt Students need to access technology to support attendance. In the event that a student is going their learning. The goal is that students leave a to be late, or absent a parent will call to inform positive digital footprint and learn proper the office prior to the start of school. technological etiquette. Elementary – (morning and afternoon Guidelines: attendance) before Recess a student is marked 1. Students, during class times, are only to use as late. their device for educational purposes with After Recess a student is marked as absent for permission from the teacher. either the morning or afternoon session. 2. Students are responsible for the security of High School – (hourly attendance) a student is their devices at all times. The school will not marked absent after 30 minutes of the be responsible for lost or stolen devices. class. At this point a student has missed most Responsibility for personal devices begins and instruction. ends with the student. All students will be marked as late if they 3. Students without a device will have access arrive to class after the bell. to devices provided by the school when School Bus Safety possible. The PASSENGER is responsible for: 4. Cell phones are left in lockers or placed in Before and while boarding: shoe pockets in classroom as requested. · Arriving at the bus stop 5 minutes early Where inappropriate use occurs: · Wearing weather appropriate clothing 1.) 1st misuse: Depending on student · Always standing away from the road and once response, a simple reminder or conversation of the bus stops, using the handrail to board the policy and its purpose will occur. ·Respecting others –no pushing, fighting or 2.) 2nd misuse: The device will be given up horseplay to the teacher with a discussion around why the · Entering the bus and quickly sitting properly in behavior was inappropriate and kept until the your seat end of class when the teacher returns it to the During the bus ride: student. Teacher will contact home and enter ·Knowing what to do in an emergency the incident will be documented. Student ·Never placing hands, head, or other body parts opposition to surrendering their device to the out the window classroom teacher will result in automatic office ·Obeying the safety rules referral for opposition to authority. ·When bringing large items on the bus, leaving 3.) Chronic misuse: The device will be them where the driver indicates brought to the office and kept until parent
2019-2020 comes with the student to retrieve the device and the student explains to parent the school rules on use of devices and a review of NESD policy is completed.
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