Rippleton Public School


Chart of Consequences: Revised

Dear Parents/Guardians,

All student planners have information regarding the TDSB’s Code of Conduct which includes the chart, “Chart of Consequences of Inappropriate Student Behaviour”. This year’s version was printed in error as this chart is out of date.  Please retain this updated chart for your reference as the version in your child’s planner no longer applies.

Chart of Consequences.pdf

Thank you for your ongoing involvement in supporting our students' safety and well-being.

Sincerely,

Lynn Chadder

Principal


Some Helpful Reminders for Students and Parents

• Please ensure that no dogs are brought onto school property during hours of operation. Many of our students have allergies and/or are scared of animals. Students have been asked not to touch or play with any animals during school hours. Your help with this safety measure it greatly appreciated.

• The play structure is closed before and after school. Please return to the school anytime after 3:30 pm or on weekends, to enjoy our wonderful equipment under parent/guardian supervision/permission.

• Help us to keep all students healthy and happy. If your son/daughter is not well, please keep them home to get better and call the school with the reason for absence. We have students in our school with compromised immune systems that are vulnerable to common communicable diseases/illnesses. Your help with keeping us informed about any known illnesses is appreciated.

• All TDSB schools are Scent Free. Exposure to perfumes and other scented products can trigger serious health reactions in individuals with asthma, allergies, migraines or chemical sensitivities. Please be considerate to those who share the learning environment and refrain from wearing fragranced products to school.


Boomerang Lunch

Rippleton continues to be Litterless at lunch. The students are reminded that for grades 1-3, there is a liquid bucket for juice, yogurt and any other unconsumed liquids to be poured into before putting back into bags for disposal at home. The grade 4-6 students are reminded to do the same, using the sinks in their lunch classrooms to minimize spillage and mess.

Try and send any/all items, unwrapped and within a plastic reusable, lidded container. That way peels, cores, etc. have a safe, covered place to be until the student arrives home and it can be properly disposed of.

Thank you so much for your help with this EcoSchool initiative

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