CODE OF BEHAVIOUR, CONDUCT & EXPECTATIONS
MAC Niagara Islamic School’s code of conduct outlines your rights, your duties and the different rules to be applied in the school.
This code of conduct was written with the pronoun I so that you can read it as if you would have
written it yourself. Therefore, you should respect it and put it into practice.
I have the right to:
– Receive a good quality education
– Receive an education taking into consideration my own rhythm of learning and my interests
– Be respected
– Live in an enriching environment
– Live in a clean and healthy environment
– Express myself, in a courteous manner, about what is disturbing me.
Those are my rights, which are fundamental and essential. No one can deprive me of those
rights. However, they are restricted because I am not alone on earth and because I need the
others to help me to flourish as well as the others need me to flourish and be enlightened.
Consequently, my rights are limited by the others’ rights who also deserve respect. Respect in
general assists me in my duties as a member of the community.
RULES I SHOULD OBSERVE
DISCIPLINARY INTERVENTION IF RULES ARE NOT RESPECTED
Consequences will be determined by the nature and frequency of the incident. All the staff
members of the school have the right to intervene. Depending on the infraction, five levels of
intervention are possible. If a student continues to offend, or if no change is noticed, we pass to
the next level.