Access to the Centre is strictly for the registered students. Visitors must report to the administrative office, room 139, on the main floor.
Food and beverages should not be consumed at a computer workstation. Students are
responsible for keeping the workstation clean and in order. malfunctions with your computer to the teacher.
Immediately report any
Students must respect the teachers’ directives regarding internet use and internet research. The LBPSB Policy on Appropriate Use of the Internet will apply (available on the LBPSB website, www.lbpsb.qc.ca). Failure to abide by such directives may result in administration involvement.
Drugs and Alcoholic Beverages
Possession, use or sale of drugs or alcohol is banned in the Centre and is cause for dismissal. The LBPSB’s Safe Schools Policy will apply (policy is available on the LBPSB website, www.lbpsb.qc.ca).
Audio-Equipment / Cellular Telephones
All students have responsibilities in terms of technology use according to the LBPSB Policy on the Appropriate use of Digital Communications and Technologies, (www.lbpsb.qc.ca ). These responsibilities include using Centre space and equipment as well as personal devices in an appropriate, responsible and respectful way. At PACC, the use of portable audio devices and cellular phones is not permitted in classrooms, laboratories or in workplaces during stage placements. For emergency situations, the teacher must be advised in advance, cell phones should be set to vibrate and the student can respond outside of the class or lab. Teachers will require that cell phones be secured during evaluation sessions. Failure to follow these guidelines may lead to disciplinary measures being taken.
Students on a non-remunerated stage in industry or hospital are covered by the C.S.S.T. However, all students attending the centre are encouraged to purchase individual accident insurance.