Anyone wishing to have results reviewed should first consult the teacher who evaluated. If a teacher cannot be contacted or an agreement is not reached and the student wishes to pursue the review further, he/she will submit a final review request through the main office. We will not review code one exams if the student received a pass on the code two exams.
In accordance with the Education Act, the Lester B. Pearson School Board has appointed a Student Ombudsman to help resolve grievances that students may have. Before complaints receive the attention of the ombudsman, they must go through the normal appeals process. Please refer to the School Board website: www.lbpsb.qc.ca for more information. **Please note: Students 18 years or age and older must represent themselves in any proceedings brought to the Student Ombudsman
Dismissal from the Centre
Students may be dismissed for the following reasons:
failed competencies exceeding 20% of the PROGRAM hours
inappropriate conduct; including bullying of any type
alcohol or drug use
possession of any weapon on school property
refusal to comply with the rules or code of conduct of the Centre
Students are expected to dress appropriately for the workplace. No hats or caps. In some programs, this may include wearing a uniform and removing nail polish and all visible jewelry. Departments set the standards for classroom / lab / work-study attire according to the needs for sanitation and safety, as well as industry expectations. The instructor retains the right to refuse a student entry into class when dress requirements are not followed. Continued failure to comply with these rules may result in suspension of the student.
There is new legislation banning smoking on all school/centre grounds. Failure to comply may result in fines. In addition, the Council of Commissioners has adopted a resolution (06-