A safe and welcoming school environment is essential for students to grow and develop in mind, body and spirit. Establishing and maintaining this positive and safe atmosphere is achieved by staff, students, parents/guardians and the community working together.

School drop off before/ pick up after school

The morning drop off location is on Havelock Street gate.  Parents may walk their children to the gate on Havelock Street between 9:15-9:30  when supervision begins.  Please walk your children to this gate as our busses need space to unload the students safely at this location as well.

At the end of the day we ask that parents pick up students from the gates between the school and the church at 4:00.  

Security and Signing In

Parents are not allowed on school property before or after school.  Children may be dropped off to the attending staff member at the Havelock Street gate. 

All visitors (parents, relatives, resource personnel, etc.) must report to the office immediately upon entering the school. To facilitate this, all exterior school doors will remain locked during the day. A camera has been installed and our wonderful office staff can buzz you in.

Please be patient with us as we work to maintain safety within our Catholic School Community!

We thank you in advance for helping us to keep our children safe.

 If you are simply picking up your child, the secretary will call your child to the office.

Visitors must sign in and wear a visitor identification tag. When leaving, visitors should sign out at the office and return the tag.

Other Ways That We Keep Our Students Safe

Internet Access

The PVNCCDSB School Board is committed to ensuring that the Internet is used to support learning in a manner that is consistent with the Board Mission statement and guiding principles. Our school computers are connected to the Internet by means of the School Board's Wide Area Network. The School Board recognizes that there may be concerns related to Internet usage and has developed an Internet Acceptable Use Agreement.

Once a student has signed the document, he/she will be granted access to the Internet within the scope of the Internet Acceptable Use Agreement. Students must sign a separate Internet Acceptable Use Agreement form for each division of their education at PVNCCDSB: Primary (J.K.-3), Junior-Intermediate (Grades 4-8), Intermediate-Senior (Grades 9-12).For further information, please visit the Board Website for the Safe Surfing Document or contact your local school.

Leaving School Property

Students who will be going home for lunch daily, are required to supply a note to the school at the beginning of the school year.

Other occasions of leaving school property require the following:

Kindergarten to Grade 6

All students from Kindergarten to Grade 6 are to remain on school property until dismissed at the end of the day - exceptions are those who go home for lunch and those picked up by parents at the office for personal appointments.

Students must have notes to leave the school for any reason.

Grade 7 and 8 Students

A note signed by a parent is required each time a Grade 7 and 8 student is going to leave school property at lunch.

This note must be given to the classroom teacher first thing in the morning. The Teacher will then send the note to the office where it will be filed.

When parents give permission for their child to leave school property, the parent is assuming responsibility for their child's actions for the duration of the lunch hour.

The school will assume responsibility for the child once they have returned to school following the lunch bell.

Once the child is back on school property, they will not leave again.

For those parents who do not give their child permission to leave school property at lunch, we expect that children do not bring items or food back to school for them. Should students not adhere to this request, their parents will be notified, and they will lose the privilege to leave school property at lunch for 1 week.

Please review safety issues and your parental expectations with your child.

Bikes, Scooters, Skateboards, and Roller Blades on School Property

The safety of pedestrians, students, and staff, and those on bicycles, scooters, skateboards, and roller blades is a huge concern for staff, parents, and bus operators. The rule that skateboards, scooters, roller blades, and bicycles must be walked on and off of school property.