Examples of Community Charter in a sentence
Atlantic Community Charter School believes that the best discipline is self-imposed, and that it is the responsibility of staff to use instances of violations of the code of student conduct as opportunities for helping students learn to assume and accept responsibility for their behavior and the consequences of their behavior.
Bylaw means a bylaw adopted by the District of Sechelt Bylaw Enforcement Officer means any person appointed or designated by the Council of the District under the Community Charter or Police Act, or both, to enforce the provisions of the District Bylaws.
A member of the public asked for an update regarding the New Fire Hall Advisory Group and recommended that the Board of Trustees include the reasons for holding an In Camera meeting such as listed in Section 3 of the Community Charter.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM After School ProgramAtlantic Community Charter School offers K-8th grade Extended-Learning through the after school program.
Atlantic Community Charter School requires the Principal at each school to be responsible for receiving all complaints alleging violations of this policy.