Follow the schedules and programs arranged by Bodwell College. Permission to be absent will be granted by Bodwell in the event of sickness, injury or acceptable personal matters.
Boys are not allowed to be in the girls’ residences and girls are not allowed to be in boys’ residences. Students can meet in supervised communal areas only.
Follow the bed times for your age group: Children: 10:00pm, Teens: 10:30pm and obey the quiet hours at night from 9:00pm to 8:00am.
Clean up after yourself at all times when using bathrooms, student lounges, the cafeteria, and the computer lab, etc.
Be on time to meet with your teacher and counselor at the meeting poles with the times that have been assigned. Your teacher and counselor must know where you are at all times.
Illegal substances, smoking, alcohol, gambling and weapons are not permitted in any circumstances.
Any act or behaviour that jeopardizes the safety and well-being of other students or staff, will not be tolerated.
Physical and verbal bullying is hurtful, and can prevent a student from enjoying the program. Any bullying will be addressed and stopped immediately.
Mean, hurtful, or threatening comments or gestures directed at other students, teachers or staff will not tolerated.
Any public display of affection between students must be keep appropriate and at a minimum at all times.
Upon arrival, a $200 damage deposit will be submitted to Bodwell (unless previously provided). This deposit will be returned at the end of the program if there is no intentional damage to the facilities, no lost keys and no outstanding fees.
In Canada, it is illegal to pull the fire alarm in non-emergency situations. If you pull a fire alarm as a mischievous act and in non-emergency situations you will forfeit your $200 damage deposit.
How can parents contact their child during the program?
Parents can login to the Parent Database online and leave a message for their child. A secondary option is to call the Bodwell office and leave a message. Staff will deliver the message to the student during a break period in the program.
How can students call home?
Students may use one of the phones available in the Student Lounges or a pay phone on campus. A long-distance calling card is required for students to call home and these cards can be purchased from Bodwell for $6 CAD. Counselors will help their students call home during free time, primarily in the evenings after returning from their outing.
What if a friend or relative wants to visit and/or take students off-campus?
Parents or guardians need to fill out the Parental Consent Form to authorize friends or relatives who would like to visit and take students off-campus for personal outings. Advance notice must be provided of a student leaving. Students need to check-out/in at the Bodwell office on their departure and return.
What happens if a student becomes ill or gets hurt?
Bodwell arranges medical insurance coverage for all students for the duration of their program. In the case of sickness, accident, injury or emergency, Bodwell staff will accompany the student to receive medical attention. There is a hospital nearby all program locations.
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