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Student Conduct Office

Michelle Verbrugghe, MEd
Phone: 778.782.6601

Heather Roberts, MEd, CCC
Student Conduct Case Manager
Phone: 778.782.9456

Student conduct

Identifying and responding to behaviours of concern

Identify the experience or behaviour you are witnessing—then read the recommended response.

  • Uncomfortable

    You are uncomfortable with a student's behaviour but the student is not acting in a way that is distressed, disruptive, disturbing or dangerous.

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  • Distressed

    A student seems distressed in word, appearance or action but behaviour is not disruptive.

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  • Disruptive

    A student's behaviour is disruptive: examples include yelling or refusing to follow direction; sending numerous repetitive emails or phone calls.

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  • Disturbing

    A student's behaviour is disturbing: examples include aggression, though not directed at specific people; destruction or damage to property; indirect aggressive words or actions; fascination with violence by words or action.

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  • Potential Danger

    A student discloses a history of violence (as participant or recipient) and/or fear of someone coming to harm them.


    A student exibits persistent, unwanted or obsessive contact or other harassment by phone, email or in person.

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  • Danger/Threat

    A student expresses by word or action a direct threat to harm self or others.

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