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SCHOOL REGULATIONS

SCHOOL REGULATIONS

I. Entering – Leaving school

1. General working hours:

          – Monday to Friday: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm;

          – Saturday: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm;

2. Present your card when entering and leaving school:          

– Parents / visitors coming to work with the school please register at the Security Office: present personal papers, references (if any), wear guest cards; specify the contact content: what is the relationship? With whom? to be directed to the correct department by the school security guard.

– Parents do not enter the classroom, cafeteria, function rooms … without the person in charge.

3. Clothes, communication and behavior:

– Students comply with the school’s regulations on dress and communication and behavior.

– Parents coming in to contact are asked for polite attire, civilized behavior, suitable for the pedagogical environment.

– The school has the right to refuse to receive people to contact with uncivilized attire, rude attitude, vulgarity, in the state of both alcohol or stimulant use.

4. Transportation:

– Vehicles parked at school must comply with the instructions of school security and keep it neat and in the prescribed place.

– Get off the vehicles when entering the campus.

– Parents, please do not leave your vehicles in the school during peak hours: pick up and drop off students, when organizing programs, events …….

5. Supplies, goods, property transported in and out of the school: must have valid papers, in case of necessity, security guards are allowed to conduct the inspection.

6. No smoking, no alcohol used in school.

7. Do not bring weapons, explosives, flammable substances, addictive substances and documents, illegal cultural products into the school in any form.

 

 II. General regulations

1. For students

– Attend school fully and on time.

– Prepare enough homework and school supplies.

– Listen when others speak. Speak when it’s your turn.

– Actively contribute ideas and participate in building lessons, school, and class.

– Be honest in exams.

– Always be responsible and dedicated to all learning and playing activities.

– Keep a sense of discipline, comply with the rules and regulations of the school.

– Maintain general hygiene, throw trash in the bin, clean your seats and lockers.

– Preserve property, save classroom and school resources.

– Wear proper attire

– Have proper manners

– Deliver polite speech

– Respect others in all circumstances

– Do not smoke, do not use alcoholic drinks, do not use addictive substances.

– Do not swear, or quarrel on social media.

2. For parents:

– Remind students to comply with the rules in the “School Rules”.

When parents arrive on campus, parents need to wear polite attire, behave politely, communicate properly with Teachers, School Officers, and other Parents. The school reserves the right to refuse to receive parents who do not meet the above-mentioned requirements.

– Do not smoke, bring guns, weapons, other explosive, inflammable, sharp objects, and addictive substances into the School.

– Do not arbitrarily enter the classroom area without the person in charge.

– Collaborate closely with teachers and the school in educating students.

– Feedback procedure: In order to positively contribute to the school, when parents have questions, please report directly to the homeroom teacher or class’s parents, or the School-board. In case, the School-board has not yet answered satisfactorily, the parents report them to the Board of Directors. When the Board of Directors has not responded satisfactorily, the Parents can submit a petition to competent authorities or transfer schools for students when disagreeing with the resolution of the Board of Directors/ School-board.

– In order not to affect students’ and teachers’ well-being, the school does not approve of parents using social network or any other forms of media as a means to criticize, induce, or coax others into smearing the reputation of the school and our students.

– Actively contribute to the school’s development.

– Constructive feedbacks that do not affect the students’ and teachers’ well-being are welcome.

III. Code of conduct                                      

1. Within class:

a. Be disciplined

– Be in class on time.

– Participate and fulfill your duties when assigned.

– Complete your homework before class.

– Follow teachers’ guidance.

– Take note of the lesson as required.

– Keep your surrounding neat and clean.

b. Be responsible

– Complete your assignments before due date.

– Make sure to deliver all school’s messages/notices to parents.

c. Be polite

– Raise your hand if you want to speak.

– Do not leave your seat when not allowed.

– Do not take or use others’ properties without consent.

– Do not write or draw on the desks, chairs, walls, … Keep them clean and tidy.

– Do not disrupt class: speaking without permission, banging on desks/chairs, throwing objects or similar actions that disrupt the lesson.

d. Be respectful

– Treat others with respect.

– Use appropriate language. Do not use slangs or impolite languages.

– Do not bring food or beverages into classroom.

– Do not drop litter.

e. Behave yourself

– The classroom is an educational environment, as such, every discussion topic, opinion or language used must be regulated.

– Do not swear or use foul language

– Do not fight, do not play violent or dangerous games

– Do not kick the ball against the wall, except for specialized areas

– Romantic attachments are discouraged

f. Be cooperative

– Do not behave inappropriately or despise peers

– Cooperate and help each other

2. Outside class

– When moving in the hallway, students do not run, frolic, or push and don’t make noise;

– It is strictly forbidden to jostle while moving in the common hall, hallway, cafeteria, and hall.

3. In collective activities

– Gather at your class’s assigned area before the meeting;

– Go with the teacher and sit in the correct place of your class;

– Cooperate, support, and actively participate in collective activities.

4. Food and drinks in the classroom

– Students are not allowed to bring food and drink (except water) to any places where learning activities take place. Do not chew gum at school.

Exception:

– Use food and drink for study purposes in special occasions;

– Food and drinks which are provided by the school in special occasions;

– Sick cases with legitimate reasons.

5. Uniforms

Students comply with the school’s regulations on uniform

– For female students, skirts are not above the knees;

– Students do not wear makeup, dye hair, or paint nails when coming to class.

– For male students, do not wear earrings, do not get weird haircut

6. Use of cell phone and personal electronic devices.

In order to maximize students’ benefits in the learning process, students are not allowed to bring cell phones or other personal electronics to school.

If students bring phones to school, they need to hand the phone in to the teacher or the student in charge. The phones are given back to students when the class is over.

The school is not responsible for any losses or damages when students bring their cell phones/ electronic devices to school.

If the above-mentioned rules are violated, the phones/electronic devices will be confisticated according to the following regulations: the school informs parents, seal and keep the phones/electronic devices til the end of the semester. The phones/ electronic devices will be returned to the parents/guardian/homeroom teacher at the end of the semester.

7. Rules at the canteen

– Students are only allowed to eat and drink within the canteen;

– Gum residues must be put in the rubbish bin.

– For breakfast, lunch and dinner: After receiving meals, students must sit and eat at their place, do not run, move, or cause disorder without the teacher’s permission.

– Clean up your table after eating. Put bottles, cans, napkins, trays in the right place.

– Students are responsible for maintaining the general sanitation at the canteen.

8. Unsuitable items in school.

– Clothing with advertising images for cigarettes, alcohol, or with words or designs that are not suitable for the educational environment.

– Eccentric or not discreet clothes.

– Music players, cameras, camcorders, laser lights or other unsuitable electronic devices. Devices that disrupt learning or interfere with the privacy of others will be confiscated and returned to the parents / guardian / form teacher after the end of the term.

– Students are not allowed to bring skateboards, skates, water guns, chains, or any other weapons.

Note:

+ In case a student wears inappropriate clothes to school as mentioned above, the student must call parents to bring appropriate attire to school to change or the teacher will ask the student to go home to change clothes.

+ Unsuitable items brought into school may be confiscated and are not returned to the students.

9. Rules on school bus

Discipline on buses is a shared responsibility of students, parents and the school.

To provide a safe and orderly environment on the bus, students and parents must adhere to the following rules:

a. Before the bus arrives

Students should wait for the bus at least 3 minutes before the pick-up time.

– Parents/ guardians must wait for buses with primary students until they are picked up by the bus.

– Buses will stop at picking up locations for no more than 1 minute. In the event that students are late, they themselves will have to move to the next bus pick-up point to catch the bus or go to school by themselves.

– Students must wait until the bus comes to a complete stop, then get in or out of it.

– Students must not jostle, push others

b. While on the bus:

– Students must follow the instructions of the driver and the bus assistant

– Students must sit in the correct positions

– Students must not stand or walk while the bus is in motion

– Students must not make noise, or talk aloud in the bus

– Students must not reach out their hands, or put the head out of the windows

– Students must not swear, quarrel with others in the bus

– Students must not litter in the bus

– Students must not distract their drivers while he/she is driving the bus

c. When getting off the bus:

– Students must not get off the bus when it has not completely stopped

– Students must wait for their turns, do not push or jostle others

– After getting off the bus, students go straight to the classroom, do not gather around campus

– For Primary students, parents must arrive 5 minutes before the drop-off time.

Note:

+ If the car arrives, but parents hasn’t come yet, then students will stay on the bus and move to the next drop-off point.

+ If the car finishes sending all students home, but the parents have not come yet, then students will be taken to the driver’s home/ bus assistant’s home. Therefore, parents will have to go there to pick up students.

+ The time students staying on the bus is considered as school time. The school bus is also considered the “Extended Campus”. Therefore, students on the bus means they are under school’s management. Once having improper behaviors on buses as well as failing to comply with the above-mentioned rules, the school reserves the right to suspend students from using buses, learning at school and other learning activities.

 

IV, Students are to be rejected or expelled under the following circumstances:

1. The student with medical conditions such as emotional and behavioral disorders or limitation on learning ability or students affecting the learning environment of other students;

2. Parents provide false information about student’s records for the purpose of being admitted to school or other purposes;

3. After 30 (thirty) days from the due date specified in the Tuition Fee notice, if the parents have not paid the tuition and other fees, the students are to be expelled from school and the parents still have to pay full tuition and other unpaid fees. In case the debts are reminded many times to the parents and have not yet been paid, the school will ask the authorities to intervene and handle in accordance with the law and shall not be responsible for completing the school’s transcript and report of that school year.

4. Parents/ Students fail to comply with the School’s Regulations and Rules, Feedback Procedures or adversely affect the reputation and honor of the school, teachers or school’s staff.

5. Other cases are handled as per statutory regulations.

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