For Students & Parents
|PERIOD 1||8:55am – 9:47am|
|PERIOD 2||9:52am – 10:44am|
|PERIOD 3||10:49am – 11:41am|
|PERIOD 4||JUNIOR LUNCH||11:46am – 12:38am|
|PERIOD 5||SENIOR LUNCH||12:43am – 1:35pm|
|PERIOD 6||1:40pm – 2:32pm|
|PERIOD 7||2:37pm – 3:29pm|
See school calendar for Mini-Days. Students will be
dismissed at the end of period 4 - 12:38
OFFICE HOURS are from to 4:30 pm
Parents are expected to call the school before 8:50 am to advise of an absence or late (514-595-2050).
Students are encouraged to present a note in their agenda to the level secretary immediately upon their return.
Classes begin at 8:55. Students arriving late will not be admitted without a parent phoning, e-mailing or writing a note in the agenda.
Student ID is required upon signing the late sheet.
Under no circumstances are students permitted to leave school without prior permission. The school must be advised in writing or with a phone call before a student can leave. Failure to do so may result in a suspension.
Students who arrive late after lunch must report to the level secretary for a late pass and will be assigned a detention.
The agenda must be in the student’s possession at all times. No student will be given permission to leave classes without having his/her school agenda signed by the class teacher. It is each student’s responsibility to purchase a new agenda at the office should it be lost.
I.D. cards are issued to all students each year, once the student activity fee has been paid. This card may be used when borrowing from the library and allows students to participate in extra-curricular activities, dances, carnival, etc.
A lock will be provided by the school. This lock must remain on the assigned to the student at all times. If the lock is not broken or lost, the student will be credited the cost of the lock the following year. The school cannot assume liability for stolen articles. Students are allowed limited access to the locker (i.e. prior to period 1, at lunch time, and after dismissal). Access to the locker area is only possible at other times during the day with the permission of the school administration.
Each exit in the school is clearly marked. Instructions are provided in each classroom to designate which one to use. The sound of the fire alarm is the signal to leave the building by the designated exit immediately. Move rapidly, and maintain SILENCE and GOOD ORDER in the corridors.
Every fire drill is to be regarded as a real fire. Fire drills can take place at any time, whether the students are in classes, in gym, in assemblies, passing in the corridors or in the cafeteria.
Students must vacate the building immediately during a fire drill. They must not go for hats or coats, and they should leave the building in an orderly fashion.
Students must not run during a fire drill.
Lock Down Drill
Students are expected to follow lock down procedures as follows:
Follow directions immediately.
Do not be seen or heard.
The school library has extensive collections of popular and classic fiction, non-fiction and reference books. Newspapers and magazines of various topics ranging from sports, fashion and science to current events are also available. A computer lab equipped with a printer and scanner can be used before and after school and during lunch. There is a charge for excess printing. Class visits for research and computer use are scheduled throughout the day. A photocopier is available for printing needs at a cost of 10 cents per page. LCCHS has a full-time library technician eager to assist students and teachers. Regular hours are 8:30-1:45 and 2:45-4:30.
Qualified guidance counsellors are available to provide educational, vocational and personal counselling services to students. Parents are also welcome to consult the guidance counsellors. A student wishing to see a guidance counsellor must first make an appointment.
The cafeteria is available to students in the morning from 8:30 am to 8:45 a.m., and during lunch. It is operated by Chartwell’s and provides nutritionally balanced snacks and meals in accordance with the LBPSB Food Policy. A large variety of food is offered, including full meals, snacks, soups, salads and many à la carte items to supplement lunches from home. For a copy of your school’s cafeteria menu and a list of prices, please go to www.nutrition.lbpsb.qc.ca. All eating and drinking is restricted to the cafeteria area only. No food is permitted in the MALL area, classrooms or hallways at any time. Students must not leave garbage on the tables and are asked to use the garbage receptacles that are provided and return all trays.
Student Union & Student Leadership
LCCHS Student Union and Leadership classes organize many of the school’s social activities such as dances, carnival, and fund-raisers. We hope that all students will support and encourage the activities put on by these students.
The yearbook is an annual publication of the student yearbook committee. It is a wonderful souvenir made up of pictures of the students, their social activities, clubs, teams, as well as samples of art and literature. Please note that pictures of all students appear in the yearbook unless otherwise requested by parents at the beginning of the school year. All students will receive a yearbook. The cost is included in the school fees. It is because of the large order that the cost is largely reduced.
In accordance with the Quebec Education Act, the Lester B. Pearson School Board has appointed a student ombudsman. Please refer to the school board’s website for more comprehensive information.
A variety of activities, athletic and non-athletic, are available to students at LCCHS:
Available to ALL
Available to ALL
students who must first qualify at tryouts to be members of any team.
School Organizations and Clubs
LCCHS offers many non-athletic activities for its students. Each club is assigned a moderator responsible for overseeing its activities. Any other club can be formed if student interests warrant it and if a moderator can be found to coordinate the activities of said club.
To access the
student lounge, students must show lounge membership card.
The Student Union,
Grad Committee, Year Book Committee and Student Leadership classes under the
guidance of the Leadership Teacher Advisor organize, coordinate and implement
activities at the school.
LCCHS offers its
students a unique Awards Program designed to encourage students to participate
and excel in all areas of school life: academic, athletic and non-athletic.
Level Awards - for exceptional achievement and/or participation in all areas of school life.
Silver Wolf Trophies - awarded ONLY to Secondary Five students and only for OUTSTANDING achievement and/or OUTSTANDING contribution.
The Awards Program is regulated by a committee of administrators and staff. The committee has final say in determining award winners. Awards are presented at a special Awards Ceremony in the Spring.
Extra Curricular Activities Privileges
Students deemed not to have completed course requirements will be asked to make up the deficiency before being allowed to participate in extra curricular activities be they intramural sports, interscholastic sports, trips, clubs, etc. The following are examples of circumstances that would necessitate a student having to re-qualify to participate in such activities.
Poor attendance (legitimate absences or otherwise) and chronic lates. The status of students whose attendance record shows an excess of five missed days in any given term will be reviewed by the administration.
Failure to submit major assignments or projects as a reflection of a lack of academic effort.