1. To whom does the policy apply?
2. Which of the following behaviours are considered abuse (category 1) under Policy 701?
3. An example of appropriate behaviour could be physical force or restraint, not exceeding that required for an orderly learning environment, personal safety, the protection of others or the protection of school property.
4. An example of abuse (category 1) is a behaviour which may not necessarily be directed at anyone in particular but creates hostile or offensive atmosphere.
5. How is it determined that a behaviour is offensive and constitutes a misconduct (category 2) under Policy 701?
6. If you do not intend to hurt a pupil, it is not a breach of Policy 701.
7. Physical contact with pupils is:
8. Any member of the school personnel who has reasonable grounds to believe that any adult who is in contact with pupils in the public school system has been charged with any violent crime or crime against a child, or who has otherwise engaged in non-professional conduct, must inform the superintendent.
9. A policy 701 complaint will be accepted if it is received:
10. Behaviour which is considered physical, sexual or emotional abuse or neglect of a child whether or not the child is a pupil in the public school system is an example of abuse under this policy.
11. Policy 701 complaints can be initiated by:
12. Misconduct is negative conduct that would be judged inappropriate by professionals in the New Brunswick public education system. It is more severe than abuse and has damaging effects on the physical, mental, social or emotional well-being of the pupils.
13. The superintendent will determine the type and seriousness of the complaint and determine whether an investigation is necessary.
14. Employees who become aware of abuse of children are required to report under Policy 701 when
15. Complaints may not be filed directly at the school district office.