Carlton has a principal and three vice principals, each with different areas of responsibility. Please ensure you are contacting the appropriate administrator for your student.
Principal (Grade 12) Dawn Kilmer
Vice Principal (Grade 9) Kent Arpin
Vice Principal (Grade 10-11 L-Z) Jennifer Ferguson
Vice Principal (Grade 10-11 A-K & Alt. Ed) David Lokinger
Floor Plan/Map of Carlton
First Floor (click to download)
Second Floor (click to download)
School Policies and Procedures
Carlton School Cafeteria punch cards will be available for purchase to anyone who dines at school; whether that’s daily, or just a couple meals a week. With a Cafeteria punch card, you don’t need to carry cash at school, you save yourself some money, you gain access to a variety of healthy food choices, and you can save time in your weekly routine by not having to pack your child’s lunch.
The pre-paid card is available for purchase at the general
office with cash or debit.
2017/2018 prices are as follows:
Breakfast Card $25.00 (Buys 10 Breakfast Specials)
Lunch Card $30.00 (Buys 5 Lunch Specials)
Interac payment is also available for purchases in the Caf!!
Ways that parents/guardians can help in
Explain to family members why schools have emergency
Provide current emergency contact names and phone numbers
at the beginning of each school year. Inform the school
of any changes to emergency contact information.
Do not call the school in emergency situations. Phone
lines must remain open for staff to communicate with emergency
personnel and families.
Do not come to the school site during lockdown situations
because it is not safe to do so. Your presence may complicate
the emergency response.
No Cell Phone Use — Many students carry cell
phones. While they are handy tools for students to communicate
with their parents, during an emergency, they can become
a problem. In case of an emergency, students will be
required by staff to shut off their cell phones because:
A sudden, massive increase in cell phone use in one
area can cause the network to fail. In recent school
emergencies in other provinces, the increased volume
of cell phone traffic caused the network to crash compromising
the effectiveness of emergency responders
who rely on their cell phones to do their work.
Incomplete or inaccurate information may be shared
compromising the efforts to resolve the emergency.
In emergency situations parents and guardians are kept informed
through local radio and television newscasts. The major
media source will always be 900 CKBI radio.
Homeroom is all about building relationships! Homerooms are small, grade specific groups, given to a single teacher or administrator, and are designed to grow with students during their four years at Carlton. More specifically, Homeroom is a weekly opportunity for Carlton students to acquire and refine the knowledge, skills and abilities to plan and enhance their personal health, family life, community life, and career development in order to effectively manage the changes they will face throughout life, all while working toward earning Life Transitions 20 and 30 credits.
Lockers & Locks
Carlton students may request a locker that they can use during the school year. Students may choose the locker they want and have the locker and lock assigned to them, however, they are not allowed to use personal locks on their locker. At the end of the school year, Carlton has a specified time for locker cleanout. All students with lockers are required to attend locker cleanout. If they do not attend and their belongings are removed from the locker, a $50 locker cleanout fee will be assigned to the student’s school fee account. All contents of the lockers are kept until the last day of school and then donated to charity.
For more information, please see Student Services.
Entering the school
During school hours:
- Visitors to the school must go immediately to the General Office to register before proceeding to any other part of the building
Outside of school hours:
- For athletic events, enter through the CPAC doors
- For other activities, the far left door at the front of the school will be unlocked for entry
Bussing & Transportation
Bus 41 EAST HILL
Bus 102 WEST HILL
Bus 105 EAST FLAT
Bus 104 WEST FLAT
Bus 54 EAST & *WEST FLAT
BUS 41: EAST HILL DEPARTS 3:27 PM
BUS 102: WEST HILL DEPARTS 3:27 PM
BUS 105: WEST FLAT DEPARTS 3:27 PM
BUS 104: EAST FLAT DEPARTS 3:27 PM
BUS 54: PULLS UP ON 6TH AVE E AFTER THE OTHER BUSES DEPART. EAST & *WEST FLAT DEPARTS 3:29 PM (*WEST FLAT ONLY WHEN BUS 104 IS FULL)