Basic Education – School Policy

RULES AND REGULATIONS

School rules and regulations are enforced to attain discipline and orderliness in and out of the classroom. Likewise, to better facilitate learning and obtain academic excellence. Discipline improves self-esteem and encourages pro-social behavior that helps maintain the atmosphere of warmth and understanding which develop individuals in the community of a unique culture and foreign languages. Rules and regulations are stipulated to attain the goals and mission and vision of the YJIS education.

  1. GENERAL SCHOOL POLICIES
  2. Young Ji believes that the work of education should address the integral formationg of the person so that He/She realizes her potentials as a citizen and Christian. Only then He/She can contribute meaningfully to the development of the society through her work and the responsible use of her freedom. The following guidelines serve to facilitate the achievement of the educationasl objectives of Young Ji. See more…
  1. I. School Uniform :
  2. All YJIS students must wear the school uniform with pride and respect as it represents their school. They are expected to attend to school with complete uniform which means:
    1. GIRLS
    2. • in the prescribed blouse, vest and skirt using the official Young Ji plaid material
    3. • with a ribbon/necktie properly tied around the collar
    4. • validated ID hanging visibly
    5. • plain white sando worn under the blouse
    6. • pair of all white above the knee socks
    7. • pair of flat heeled black leather shoes (heels not more than 1 ½ inches)
    1. BOYS
    2. • in the prescribed blouse, vest and skirt using the official Young Ji plaid material
    3. • with a necktie properly tied around the collar
    4. • validated ID hanging visibly
    5. • plain white sando worn under the blouse
    6. • pair of all white above the knee socks
    7. • pair of flat heeled black leather shoes (heels not more than 1 ½ inches)
  1. P.E Uniform
  2. The P.E uniform consist of the prescribed P.E T-shirt and shorts with simple white sports socks and simple white rubber shoes. The P.E uniform is worn only during P.E. classes, or when required
  3. Note: Students may caught by any of the teachers or administrators will sign in the Student’s Monitoring Form. Improper uniform is strictly prohibited.
  1. II. Examination Guidelines:
  2. YJIS students must wear their ID at all times while inside the school premises. It is non-transferable, or be allowed to borrow or use by others. ID’s must be free from stickers and other accessories. A student who frequently comes to school without wearing his/her ID will be subject to disciplinary action. In case of loss, student must submit an Affidavit of Loss and pay the amount of P150.00 for re-issuance of a new ID card. If ever the student left his/her ID at home, he/she may write an excuse letter and he/she shall be considered once, but if it is habitual, he/she will sign at Student’s Monitoring Form.
  3. Exam Clearance – Issued by the Accounting Office is required before is allowed to take the exams.
  1. III. General Appearance:
  2. The Young Ji student is pleasant to look at. He/She carries Hiself/Herself with modesty and naturalness. In keeping with the desired general appearance of a Young Ji student, the following are considered as inappropriate for students as they may appear unkempt or may seem pretentious in their quest for self-expression:
    1. - distracting or ostentatious haircuts or hair coloring
    2. - earing make-up or lipstick
    3. - over-bearing accessories
    4. - wearing caps, bandanas
    5. - multiple earrings
    6. - long nails; nails with polish
    7. - tattoos
    8. - wearing sandals or slippers
  1. DRESS CODE
  2. Students may be required to be in civilian attire during special occasions (e.g field trips, outreach, familyday, seminars). Each one should try to be conscious of her dignity as a Christian through His’Her manner of dressing.
  3. Moreover, the following should be avoided when wearing civilian in school:
    1. - sleeveless shirt, blouse or dress
    2. - body hugging or tight fitting shirts/skirts/pants
    3. - leggings
    4. - mini-skirt
    5. - skirt with high slit
    6. - hanging shirt or blouse
    7. - shorts
    8. - flimsy or transparent blouse without the appropriate undergarments
    9. - shirts bearing offensive message or image
  1. GENERAL ATMOSPHERE OF WORK AND STUDY
  2. SCHEDULE
  3. Official school time starts at 8:OO a.m. Mondays to Fridays. The students are expected to be within school premises during the official school time. Dismissal time is at 3:50 p.m.
  4. FLAG CEREMONY
  5. Every Monday, the entire school community – students, teachers, office and staff members pay tribute to Philippine and Korean national flag and the Young Ji Hymn is sung.
  6. RECESS AND LUNCH
  7. Students take all their meals in the cafeteria of other specified areas provided for eating.
  8. DISMISSAL TIME
  9. NKP and ELEMENTARY students are not allowed to leave the school without the service or the guardian. while HIGH SCHOOL students should wait near the gate where they are normally fetched. Teachers written consent is required for students who needs to leave the school premisses before dismissal time.
  10. PRACTICE WITHIN THE SCHOOL CAMPUS
  11. Students are allowed to stay only up to 5:30 p.p. in school if they wish to practice or hold meetings on weekdays, and up to 12 noon on weekends. Beyond this time, the teacher or moderator should give a letter to the office to inform about such activities.
  1. ATTENDANCE
  2. Regular attendance to all classes and scheduled activities is one of the most important responsibilities of of a student. Attendance is treated as a matter of discipline and not as a factor affecting scholarship ratings.
    All activities organized by the school are regular class periods and should be treated as such. Thus, students are obligateds to attend clubs, recollections, retreats, fieldtrips, talks, review classes, Family Day activities, Mother/Father-daughter seminars, Intramurals, etc.
  1. ABSENCES
  2. The Manual of Regulations for private Schools Section XIV on School Discipline states that a student who has incurred absences of more than twenty percent (20%) of the prescribed number of classes or laboratory periods of class during the school year should be given a failing grade. Moreover she will be given no credit for the subject.
    1. - Attendance in school is reflected in the student’s record done by their respective class advisers.
    2. - Any student, who for unavoidable cause/s is obliged to absent him/her self from class shall obtain an excuse slip from the Assistant Principal for signature of the YJIS Vice-President. The excuse slip must be presented to the Teacher-in-Charge of the affected subject.
    3. - A student who leaves the class and does not come back or comes back only at the end of the period shall be considered absent from the class.
    4. - A student who shall not attend a portion of his scheduled classes for the day shall be considered tardy. Frequent tardiness without valid reason shall necessitate a consultation with the parent or guardian of the Guidance Counselor and a form.
    5. - A student guilty of cutting classes cannot make up for work missed in those classes. Repeated cutting of classes may mean removal from that classes or a failing grade.
  1. EXCUSE LETTER
  2. A Student who has been absent even for a day is required to present ti the class Adviser a letter of excuse signed by the parent/guardian on the first dsay she reportrs to sachool before she can be admitted to class.
  3. An absence of more than five days due to illness would require a doctorse certificate. Clearance from the school physician should also be secured before admission into classes.
  4. TARDINESS
  5. A student is considered tardy when she is not in the line formation after the second bell in the morning and when she enters the classroom after the teacher has started conducting class or when an activity has already started.
  6. During Flag Ceremony on Mondays, a student who arives late must stay in the lobby until all the other students have been signaled to proceed to their classrooms.
  7. ADMISSION OF LATE STUDENTS
  8. Latecomers must always secure a student permit slip from the Level Council or their designated representative before entering the classroom.
  9. FIELD TRIPS AND OTHE OUT OF SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
  10. The parents’ written content id required for field trips/ out of school activities. Students will not be allowed to join an activity without permission from parents.
  11. A student who will not join the field trip/out-of-school activities will be required to submit a research, project or report relevant to the objectives of the activity.
  12. Since field trips and other off-campus activities are extension of class activities, school rules and regulations governing atudents will be observed.
  1. APPLYING FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE
  2. Early Departure
  3. Because the school is concerned about the personal safely and security of the students, they are not allowed to leave the school premisses between the time of arrival and dismissal time unless a letter from their parents requesting permission to leave school before the ussual time is presented. The letter written on bond paper should be given to the Class Adviser during the Class Advisory Period in the morning.
  4. Permits will be released during recess period and lunch. Telephone calls from parents requesting permission for their child to leave will NOT be entertained Except in emergency cases. The security guard will not asllow students to leave the school without the out-of-school permit from the Level Council.
  5. Appointments with doctors and/or dentist should be made outside the school hours; therefore, students are discouraged from leaving the school for these reasons.
  6. Students Leaving for Trips
  7. The school strongly discourages students from missing classes due to trips. If a student pursues a trip for ineviteble reasons, she must inform the school in writing about the purpose of the trip and the duration of His/Her absence. This letter should be addressed to the Office and given at least two months before departure. He/She is advised to wait for the reply of the school before making arrangements of the trip.
  8. Students’ Leave of Absence
  9. Leave of absence are classified as either official or unofficial.
    1. A. Activities approved by the school and endorsed by the Department of Education (DepEd) are considered official.
      Students joining these activities will be given advanced coverage of subject matter and, on an optional basis, remedial classes.
      Students participating in non-Young Ji activities must present an official communication from the DepEd or the sponsoring agency.
      The student should be responsible for the subject matter covered during her absence. He/She should be prepared to be integrated into the mainstream without any special consideration from the school and/or tests, etc.
    2. B. A student who leaves for a trip during the school year for unofficial reasons should be responsible for the subject matter covered during His/Her absence. He/She should prepare to be integrated in the mainstream without any special consideration from the school and / or teachers.
  1. SUSPENSION OF CLASSES
    1. 1. Typhoon Signal No. 1 – No classes for Preschool
    2. 2. Typhoon Signal No. 2 – No classes for Grade School
    3. 3. Typhoon Signal No. 3 – No classes for all levels
    4. 4. For inclement weather and no typhoon signal – refer to or tune in to radio and TV announcements for advice.
    5. 5. All other class suspensions for specific situations and school celebrations will be announced by YJIS.
  1. SCHOOL FACILITIES
  2. Care of School Property
  3. Each student is expected to show her respect to the school by handling school propewrty with care. Any school property damaged by a student should be repaired or replaced at His/Her ecpense.
  4. Bulletin Board
  5. The bulletin boards are used for unofficial announcements. Therefore, it is the responsibility of each student to read these notices. Tampering of such notices is prohibited. Students are required to ask permission vfrom the office before posting any announcement.
  6. Classroom
  7. The classroom is where the students spend most of their time. Each student is assigned a desk and a chair to use and she is expected to maintain them in good condition. To ensure that an atmosphere most suitable to learning is created to maintain them in the classroom,each class memeber should observe the following:
    1. - Classroom should be free from litter and clutter. School bags and other items should be placed inside their locker at all times during the day. Projects which have been checkedb and other items which are no longer needed should be brught home immediately
    2. - Eating is absolutely prihibited inside the classroom at any time (Chewing gum is prohibited at all times inside the campus)
    3. - Pemission is required for those who would like to use the room beyond dismissal time to study, to work on projects and to hold group study.
    4. - In order to conserve energy, all lights and fans should be switched off when the room will not be used for a long period of time, e..g. during P.E., H.E., assemblies, etc. The class Officers shall be held responsible for locking and unlocking the doors of their classrooms when the students are out.
    5. - Students have to vacate the classrooms innediately after dismissal to facilitate the cleaning of the room.
    6. - Lockers should be neat and arderly and should only contain items related to school. Any other item found in the lockers may be subject to confiscation.
    7. - The use of blackboard/whiteboard is reserved primarily for class activities.
    8. - Messages in the bulletin board should be limitted to important announcements and ither information which can contribute to the personal information of the students.
    9. - Things inside the classrom should remain there. One can move things out only with the permision of the Class Adviser e.g. cabinet for cleaning materials, teacher’s table, etc.
    10. - Changing uniforms should be done only in the designated areas, not inside the classroom.
  8. Canteen
  9. Meals, snacks, and refreshments are available at the YJIS canteen at a reasonable prices. Each student must observe a First Come, First Serve basis. Courtesy in the canteen personnel are encouraged to all students. Likewise, students must follow the canteen rules.
  10. Clinic
  11. The clinic has been provided for first aid medical treatment of mild ailments of YJIS students, teachers, and staff. Students are not allowed to stay in the clinic, The should not stay in the clinic longer than necessary, As soon as they receive the needed medical attention, they must return immediately to their classess. However, when hospitalization is necessary, the student will be brought to any nearby hospital then the clinic personnel will immediately inform the parents/guardians after. A out-of-class permit must be presented to the teacher signed by the school Nurse before a student is admitted to the class. General check ups are scheduled every start of the school year.
  12. Comfort Room
  13. YJIS has provided separate comfort rooms for boys and girls in every floor. Students are expected to keep and maintain them clean after use for sanitation. Vandals and graffiti are strictly prohibited.
  14. Laboratories
  15. There are different laboratories in the YJIS, namely: the Speech Laboratory, the Computer Laboratory and the Science Laboratory. These was constructed primarily for student’s actualization in various learning areas. It is the duty and responsibility of each student to keep it, use it properly and follow the rules and regulations.
  16. Library
  17. The school library is a place where serious study and research is done. For this reason silence should strictly observed. Conversations, group dicussions and similar activities must be avoided inside the library. Should the library be used for an important activity, the class should be accompanied by a teacher.
    Students are expected to follow regular procedures for borrowing books and other ;ibrary materials and to use them with respect and proper care. To facilitate wider access to books and references, borrowed materials must be returned in time. Any book or any material is lost or damaged; a replacement of the same or equivalent market price will be imposed on the student borrower for the loss or damage.
    Library is open Mondays-Fridays
  18. Telephone
  19. The office phone may be used before the start of classes during recess or lunch time and after dismissal. Students may not use these telephones during classes or assembly times unless there is an emergency.
    Students are expected to bring to school all the materials they need for the day. An arrangements regarding transportation should be done before coming to school and therefore, students are not allowed to make and receive calls for these purposes.
  1. ACADEMICS RULES AND POLICIES
  2. A YJIS student must recognize the importance of working and studying hard in the development of her personality and character. He/She should regard academic studies as a good training ground for her professional work. In the same manner, he/she needs to understanad the importance of intellectual formation in carrying out her Christian mission in the world.
  3. YJIS gives importance top both intellectual and moral education. The school’s curriculum is designed to harness the student’s reasoning power: logical thinking, critical analysis, synthesis, evaluation and judgement based on the knowledge and skills she has already acquired. At the same time, it aims at inculcating vituries which will help students strivbe to be better persons and eventually be of greater services to others and to the societyu as a whole.
  1. Academic Grades
  2. A school year is diveded into fpur grading periods referred to as Quarters. Part of the student’s responsibility is to monitor her own academic progrees with consistency.
  3. At the end of each quarter, the students’ grades are computed to show progress in the academic. The quarterly grades are based on the Class Standing (CS) which makes up 70 % of the Quarter Grade and the Quarterly Exams (QE) which is 30 % of thge Quarter Grade.
  4. Class standing consists of the following:
    1. • Quizzes, long test/practical tests
    2. • Reports/projects/laboratory work/research
  1. EXAMINATIONS
  2. Students are expected to observe all examination rules and procedures enforced by the school.
  3. Examination Policies:
  4. 1. All students must be given examination permits before they may be allowed to take test or exams. Permits are granted only to students who have paid their fees and other obligations. “No permit – No exam” is to be strictly enforced.
  5. 2. Special Examination are given with penalty charged and only to students who were not able to take the test due to prolonged or sudden illness.
  6. 3. Quarterly Examination is given for Preparatory, grade school and high school.
  1. Examination Guidelines:
  2. Term Examination both regular and special is announced in the school calendar, Students and Parents’ Bulletin and/or in the student diary or learning log. Special Exams are given to the students only upon clearance and approval for the Deputy Principal.
    Exam Clearance – Issued by the Accounting Office is required before is allowed to take the exams.
  3. Behavior During Exams:
  4. - A student should not leave his/her assigned place without the permission of the proctor.
  5. - He/she should not leave the classroom after taking the term exams unless it is the last exam scheduled for the day.
  6. - Students should maintain silence at all times during exam period.
  7. - All papers should be submitted to the proctor at the end of the period.
  8. - Borrowing of materials is not allowed. (Students should bring writing materials, clean long folders and other materials required by the teacher.)
  9. - Students should observe honesty at all times. Any form of communication among students during tests is considered cheating.
  10. Homework Policy:
  11. The purpose of homework:
    1. - Establish habits of responsibility
    2. - Develop independent work-study skills
    3. - Give parents an insight to the skills and subjects being taught
  12. Homework will usually be one of the three types:
    1. - An enrichment activity
    2. - A reinforcement activity of a skill already taught
    3. - If no homework is assigned, please encourage your child to read independently or share a book with you.
    4. - Give parents an insight to the skills and subjects being taught
  13. Homework is for the students to do independently unless otherwise noted. Provide a time and space, but please allow him or her to complete the work alone. We all learn from mistakes. It suggested, however, that parents look at completed assignments. If a student is unable to complete the assignment with minimum parental direction, the student should bring the uncompleted assignment to school for additional teacher instruction. If a child is absent due to illness or vacation, that the student must complete all homework missed in a timely manner. Questions about homework should be directed to the classroom teacher.
  14. Tutorial Guidelines :
    1. 1. Request for tutorial service should be made through the office.
    2. 2. Parents will be informed of the availability of the tutor, the time and the schedule that is acceptable to both parties.
    3. 3. Tutorial services will be held in the classroom.
    4. 4. Parents should make arrangements to have their child picked up after school. On a tutorial day if the child commutes by bus or jeepney to and from school and home.
    5. 5. Payments should be remitted to the cashier within a week after the issuance of the statement of account. Otherwise, tutorial service will be discontinued until the account is settled with the cashier or duly authorized representative of the office. Always demand for a receipt for every payment made.
    6. 6. No tutorial sessions will be held when classes are suspended.
  15. Discipline Defined:
  16. “Discipline” is the adherence to or following a certain order of behavior in accordance with what is Right, Fair, and Just. These are espoused in the 3 R’s of Discipline:
    1. - Respect for others, and for the school.
    2. - Responsibility towards self, towards others and tasks by coming to school every day and getting ready to learn, working hard and following rules and regulations
    3. - Relationships that positively contribute to a safe and caring environment and affirm the dignity of every individual.
      Discipline is another word synonymous to love and care. As responsible adults in the YJIS family, we manifest our love and care for our students by helping them practice good habits in school work and play, injecting in their minds healthy thoughts, and preventing and protecting them from trouble and harm. Making discipline a part of the young person’s human make up will produce adults who will be more consistently responsible and will be among those who will most likely experience success in their later years.
  17. Personal development Grade
  18. A YJIS student is expected to practice the virtues in and out of the school premises. Students are encouraged to embody the Core Values Young Ji International School espouses:
    1. I. LOVE FOR GOD
    2. ► Love for God in fulfilling ordinary duties
    3. II. CONCERN FOR OTHERS
    4. ► Concern for others in spirit of service
    5. ► Concern for others in upkeep of material things
    6. III. RESPECT
    7. ► Respect for others shown in courtesy and politeness
    8. ► Respect for oneself and others shown in modesty
    9. IV. RESPONSIBILITY
    10. ► Responsibility in facing and carrying out duties
    11. ► Responsibility in working for improvements
  19. The student’s deportment grade, which is rated by the class adviser and subject teachers, using an evaluation code, is separate from her academic grade. The deportment grade reflects a student’s general behavior for each quarter. There is no final general average in the deportment
  20. The Personal Development Rating is expressed as follows:
  21. Department Evaluation
  22. Report Card Qualitative Description
    A 90~100
    P 85~89
    AP 80~84
    D 79~75
    B 74 and below
  23. Campus Discipline
    1. 1. The student is required to wear his ID inside the campus. NO ID NO ENTRY.
    2. 2. Be courteous and respectful to the teachers, non-teaching personnel and visitors at all times.
    3. 3. Verbal tussle and physical fighting or in any forms of violence should be avoided.
    4. 4. Respect the school properties by using them properly.
    5. 5. Using uncouth and obscene languages is strictly prohibited.
    6. 6. Students are not allowed to bring any kinds of weapons, toy or real one, firecrackers, cigarettes and improper reading materials.
    7. 7. Silence should be observed along the corridors. Refrain from loitering and running along. In going up and down the stairs, always keep right and avoid running. Walk carefully in going up and down.
    8. 8. Use the trash can for the rubbish.
    9. 9. Use the comfort room and lavatories properly. Sit on the bowl.
  24. Classroom Discipline
    1. 1. Students are to observe and abide by the classroom policies and sets of regulations and procedures.
    2. 2. Students should keep the classroom clean and orderly putting things after use in their proper places and throwing garbage into the trash can.
    3. 3. Polite words and expressions are to be used in dealing and relating to others. Politeness must also be seen when making request for clarification or repetition of instruction.
    4. 4. The teacher’s desk is private and should not be touched by pupils/students except when being asked by the teacher to perform task given to them.
    5. 5. Unnecessary talking and roaming around the classroom should be refrained while the class is on-going or while waiting for the next subject teacher.
    6. 6. When called by the teacher to recite, speak clearly and loudly.
    7. 7. Avoid laughing at somebody’s mistakes or giving unnecessary comments.
  25. The following classroom offenses are considered Major Offenses:
    1. 1. Fighting or resorting to physical violence
    2. 2. Insubordination – refusal to obey school rules and regulations, school authorities and teachers.
    3. 3. Stealing or engaging in any form of gambling.
    4. 4. Vandalism, removing signs and notices, destroying school property like chairs, tables, laboratory equipment, fixtures, walls, etc.
    5. 5. Cheating in the Examinations
    6. 6. Possession of Obscene reading materials, deadly weapons, use of cigarette, alcoholic beverages inside the school premises.
    7. 7. Sexual Harassment
    8. 8. Threatening/preventing a faculty member, students or school authorities from discharging their duties or entering the school premises.
  26. The following classroom offenses are considered Minor Offenses:
    1. 1. Incomplete uniform
    2. 2. Irregular attendance
    3. 3. Cutting classes
    4. 4. Loitering during class hour
    5. 5. Habitual tardiness
    6. 6. Skipping from school activities / classes (Truancy)
    7. 7. Improper use of uniform
    8. 8. Littering
    9. 9. Body tattoo
    10. 10. Male students with earrings
    11. 11. Bullying and malicious name calling
    12. 12. Not wearing school ID
    13. 13. Utterance of indecent words.
    14. 14. Hazing
    15. 15. Extortion
    16. 16. Using of cellphones and other electronic gadgets inside the classroom is strictly prohibited
  27. Sanctions for Major Offenses:
    1. A. First Offense – Suspension Procedures: Parents will be invited for conference with child and school directors. A student may be suspended from school for a period of 3 consecutive school days for committing a major offense. Depending on the gravity of the offense, he shall not be entitled to make up for any lesson, work, activity or requirement he had missed during suspension.
    2. B. Second Offense – Probation / Suspension: A student who has committed twice major offenses shall be put under probation. He has to sign a waiver with the school disciplinary board with his parents and that if no improvement in his behavior is demonstrated; suspension for 5 days is to be imposed.
    3. C. Third Offense – Expulsion / Dismissal: A student may be expelled or dismissed from the school after incurring three major offenses even after having signed a waiver and non reform during the probation period.
  28. Sanctions for Minor Offenses:
    1. 1st Offense – Warning & Counseling
    2. 2nd Offense – Reprimand / Student Response Form Suspension, depending on the gravity of the offense.
  29. Characteristics expected of a YJIS student:
    1. 1. Respect for Superiors – the YJIS student obeys the instructions of superiors cheerfully and promptly; greets all members of the administration and faculty as a sign of respect; assumes a respectful distance when talking to an elder person or superior. The YJIS student willingly offers help when teachers are seen carrying things; offers a seat to them at school assemblies, in buses or at Gatherings; knocks before entering a classroom or office. This respect for superiors is carried over at home.
    2. 2. Regard for fellow students – the YJIS student always remembers that what it does to fellow students, Christ takes as being done to Himself. The YJIS student abstains from doing things that hurt other people; keeps quiet in class, along the corridors, and in the library in order not to disturb those who are studying; stands in line and waits for his/her turn wherever/whenever situation requires; does not call her fellow students names that could hurt their feelings; does not laugh at mistake of others; never mocks or ridicules them.
    3. 3. Regard for Family and Countrymen – the YJIS student is member not only of a family and school, but also of a bigger community; the YJIS student considers himself as a member and citizen of the country. He / She respects his/her parents and cares for siblings, other, other family members and household help; obeys his/her parents and appreciates their guidance and care. The YJIS student is sensitive to the needs of the people within the neighbor; is aware of the needs of unfortunate, the poor, the uneducated, and strives to participate in projects that uplifts their condition.
    4. 4. Competencies and Attitudes Expected of a YJIS Student – every YJIS student is expected to master all core competencies of the respective grade level. This is done so with the support of teachers and parents, in a learning atmosphere where student are encouraged and challenged to do the best they can.
  30. A. Attitudes expected of YJIS student as follows:
    1. - Promptness and cheerfulness in following instructions when asked to do something by a superior.
    2. - Consideration for others
    3. - Respects for authority
    4. - Neatness in appearance
    5. - Faithfulness in the performance of duties
    6. - Active participation and cooperation in all school activities
    7. - Sensitivity to the needs of others, particularly the less fortunate.
  31. I. Student’s Offense Monitoring Form
  32. Student’s Monitoring Form serves as a compilation of all the offenses of students.
    Students who are caught of the said offense appeared below will be disciplined by following the offenses stated below. Parent will be called at the office of the Guidance Counselor for any offenses they may served during his/her suspension.
Student’s Name: ___________________
Student’s Signature: ___________________
Grade Level: ___________________
Offenses: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1. Disobedience of English-Speaking policy
2. Tardiness
3. Disrespectfulness
4. Bullying/Malicious name-calling
5. Utterance of indecent words
6. Disobedience of Classroom policy no.5
7. Littering
8. Vandalism
9. Being Noisy
10. Loitering/Playing around
11. No assignments
12. Cheating
13. No ID
14. Improper/Incomplete Uniform
15. Usage of cellphones/e-gadgets
16. Posession of irrelevant materials
17. Disobedience of school rules
  1. Notes:
  2. 1. The offenses listed above are based on the classroom policy. However, if any students commit any offenses not listed above, the general school policy must be consulted for application of fair and just punishment.
  3. 2. Every time a student is caught committing any of the offenses listed above, s/he is required to sign the corresponding cell/s.
  4. 3. For offense no. 1 (Disobedience of English-Speaking Policy) and other major offenses, if a student signs three (3) consecutive cells, s/he has to undergo the Suspension Procedures in which his/her parents will be invited for conference with him/her together with school authorities. A student may be suspended from school for a period of 3 consecutive school days for committing major offense. If a student signs six (6) consecutive cells, s/he has to be put under Probation/Suspension. S/He has to sign a waiver together with school disciplinary board and his/her parents. If no improvements in his behavior are demonstrated; suspension for 5 days is to be imposed. If a student signs nine (9) consecutive cells, s/he has to undergo Expulsion/Dismissal in which s/he will be expelled or dismissed from the school.
  5. For minor offense, if a student signs three (3) consecutive cells, s/he has to undergo Warning/Counselling. If s/he signs six (6) consecutive cells, s/he has to undergo Reprimand and should fill up the Student Behavior Response Form. If s/he signs nine (9) consecutive cells s/he has to undergo Suspension, depending on the gravity of the offense.


SCHOOL POLICY

  • Basic Education
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