Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

All students and staff of Wolf Creek schools are required to sign their agreement to the Wolf Creek Public Schools Code of Conduct yearly as part of their returning student demographic update form.

Access to the school's wireless network is part of our network. Users may connect to WC-SSDZ Silver or Gold, depending on the capabilities of their devices. If your device is not able to make use of the Gold network, it will not appear as an option on your device.

Wolf Creek Public Schools requires all schools attend to their School Codes of conduct as per Section 33 of the Education Act which stipulates that the student Code of Conduct  be made publicly available and be reviewed every year by all staff, students and parents. 

The Code of Conduct provides all stakeholders the specifics about how each of our Wolf Creek schools are focusing on being welcoming, caring, respectful and safe learning environments.

It outlines what is acceptable behavior and what is unacceptable behavior.  The Code of Conduct also provides information about the consequences of unacceptable behavior, which takes into account the students age, maturity and individual circumstances.

The Code of Conduct also explains what support is to be provided for students who are impacted by inappropriate behavior as well as for students who engage in inappropriate behavior.

Please click on the following links to view

Bentley School Student Code of Conduct

Safe and Caring Schools Administrative Procedure 175

Threat and Risk Assessment Protocols Administrative Procedure 167

Administrative Procedure 176 - Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity


Classroom Rules, Dress Code & Electronic Device Information

Dress Code

Students are expected to dress appropriately for a school environment. Anything worn that is deemed inappropriate will need to be changed or covered.  If a student doesn’t have a change of clothing or anything to cover up with, they will be sent home or given clothing to wear.

  • Shorts and skirts are required to be longer than the extended hand when arms are at the side.                                                                                                               
  • Shirts that show midriff or cleavage are not allowed.                                                 
  • Shirts that are deemed inappropriate will be changed, covered or turned inside-out.                                                                                                                               
  •  Low hanging pants or shorts that expose a student's underwear are not allowed.                                                                                                                                 
  • Hats are allowed to be worn in class if deemed appropriate.                                      
  • Due to fire code regulations, all students and staff must wear shoes in the building at all times. 
  • Anyone wearing a hood must remove it once inside the school as it is security risk.                                                                                                             
  • Muddy footwear will not be allowed. Students can bring indoor shoes for school use and keep them in their locker or make sure their footwear is clean prior to entering the school. Any student found tracking mud through the hallways will be required to remove the muddy footwear at the main entrance and will need to clean up the mud that was tracked through the school.                                                                       
  • Students require appropriate footwear and clothing for gym class. No open toed shoes, sandals, socks or bare feet. Shorts and tops need to follow the dress code.


Cell Phone Policy

The usage/distraction of cell phones (beyond staff direction) is NOT for any reason to be used during class time - this includes in the hallways, bathrooms, etc. Students are not allowed to use their device during classroom times indicated on the timetable. This includes no ear buds and watch notifications are turned off.

Should a student be in violoation of the above policy, it will be dealt with as follows.

First Infraction: The cell phone will be turned into the office, parents/guardians will be notified, and the cell phone will be returned to the student at the end of the day.

All subsequent infractions: The cell phone will be immediately turned into the office, parents/guardians will be notified, and the cell phone will only be turned over to the parent/guardian directly. If a parent/guardian is unable to retrieve the phone that day, it will be locked in a secure location at either school office until such time that a parent/guardian can pick it up.

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