Respect is priority. Respect the leaders, respect others, respect things, and respect yourself. Participants are expected
No going outside unless your with an adult or Promise Vancouver staff member,
SAFETY + FOOTWEAR
Please wear covered shoes at all times.
We encourage camaraderie and friendship among all participants.
No bullying, under any circumstances. A safe, caring and orderly school is the foundation for a successful learning environment. We have a safe and protect policy for staff and youth that includes anti-bullying awareness and proactive communication with families and youth if there is an area of concern.
Listen to the adults that are leading the programs, and listen to others when they are talking.
Use of respectful language is encouraged and modeled by our staff and student leaders.
No running inside.
Ownership over the code of conduct is used to help youth and young people grow in social responsibility.
PRIVACY + PHOTOGRAPHY
Photographing people using still or video cameras can be a privacy issue and should not be done without appropriate permission.
Individuals have the right to be in a learning environment free of alcohol, drugs, tobacco, E-cigarettes and vaporizers. They have the responsibility not to be in possession of, under the influence of, or involved in providing to others: alcohol, drugs, tobacco, E-cigarettes and vaporizers at any time at Promise or during any Promise function. Smoking anything is not permitted in the building.
Students are expected to inform a staff member of incidents of bullying, harassment and intimidation as well as of any knowledge related to illegal activity. Any student who is involved in, observes, or knows about an emergency situation at Promise, or at a Promise function, should contact the nearest staff member as soon as possible to report the details of the event. In these cases, the staff will take all reasonable steps to prevent retaliation against a student who has reported a breach in the Code of Conduct.
GUEST + VISITOR POLICY
Promise staff must be aware, prior to the arrival of any visitors. In order to safeguard the children, youth, and staff, all visitors must first report to Promise staff upon arrival.
All members of the Promise community shall not discriminate against others on the basis of race, colour, ancestry, place of origin, religion, family or marital status, physical or mental disability, age, sex or sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, or for any other reason set out in the Human Rights Code of British Columbia, nor shall anyone publish or display anything that would indicate an intention to discriminate against another, or expose them to contempt or ridicule on the basis of any such grounds. All reasonable steps will be taken to prevent retaliation against anyone who has made a complaint of a breach in the Code of Conduct.