No student will be denied the opportunity to participate in a course and/or activity associated with a course or specialty program in which they are enrolled because of financial hardship.
- Parents/Guardians and/or students should contact the principal in order that confidential, respectful and discreet arrangements can be made to ensure that a student is not denied an opportunity to participate in a course, program or activity.
- Principals have a responsibility to ensure that students are not excluded from a course, class, program or activity due to financial hardship. Principals will ensure that such cases are handled in a confidential, respectful and discreet manner.
- Any decision to refuse financial assistance may be appealed to the Assistant Superintendent.
- All procedures to determine financial hardship will be in compliance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act legislation.