When students make wrong choices and break rules, they are held accountable for their actions, and corrective measures are taken by the staff. A working relationship between parents and teachers is essential to bring about a positive change in the student.
The school staff is looking for a change in attitude and behavior, a sense of remorse for what was done, and a resolution with the one(s) offended. The type of corrective measure may vary, from a simple counseling session to suspension, depending upon the severity of the offense, the attitude of the student, and whether it is a first, second, or third offense. If necessary, expulsion is dealt with at the school board level. Confidentiality is of prime importance. When a student breaks a rule, the staff does its very best to deal with only the ones involved.