Safe School Info
According to recent statistics published by the Pew Research Centre, 93% of teens aged 12-17 are now on the Internet, 89% of them go online from home and 77% of them go online from school. Since most children's online activity happens at home or at school, parents and teachers are positioned to teach kids about safer Internet practices. While the Internet opens doors leading to a world of great information, communication and entertainment, it can also be a direct path to danger for children. Please take a moment to visit "The door that's not Locked" (www.thedoorthatsnotlocked.ca) where you will find a number of new internet safety resources at your finger tips to help keep your kids safe online.
We thank you for your time and for your continued support. Together, we can make the internet a safer place for our children.
Bullying Information From Your RMC Safe School Committee
Bullying is a form of repeated, persistent, and aggressive behaviour directed at an individual or individuals that is intended to cause fear and distress and/or harm to another person's body, feelings, self-esteem or reputation.
Before acts of bothering, teasing or picking on someone becomes repeated or persistent, report the incident immediately to your Vice-principal, Teacher, Counsellor or Chaplain. Stop bullying action before it becomes a true bullying action.