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SCHOOL RULES & REGULATIONS

Prepared by:

MARIA THERESA M. HERBOLINGO, LPT


SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER
SCHOOL RULES & REGULATIONS
RIGHT
Katungod; Karapatan

RESPONSIBILITIES
Katungkulan, Obligasyon, Duty
RIGHTS OF STUDENTS
Receive relevant quality
education in line with the
national goals, objectives
and standards of the
Avail himself/herself of
Department of Education.
guidance and
counseling services
RIGHTS OF STUDENTS
Freedom of Expression

w/c includes freedom of speech and


the press to express and pursue
his/her opinions on any subject,
provided that in the expression and
dissemination of such views, he/she
observes the laws and conventional
norms w/c govern freedom of
expression in civilized and democratic
Participate in the formulation and
development of policies affecting
the student well-being and school
community as a whole.
Participate in curricular and co-
curricular activities of the school;
Be respected as a person, develop
physical, social, moral and intellectual
capabilities and to enjoy quality
learning conditions;
RIGHTS OF STUDENTS
Receive adequate protection within the
campus
Be permitted access to his/her own
records for the purpose of knowing
his/her academic standing;
Speedy issuance of academic
credentials and financial
transaction;
RIGHTS OF STUDENTS
Pursue and continue his/her studies
until graduation except in cases of
academic deficiencies and any
violation of pertinent provisions in
the School Rules & Regulation.
Avail himself/herself of the use of
institutional facilities and services
in accordance with the existing
standards of the University;
RIGHTS OF STUDENTS
Enjoy a safe and healthy
environment;
Be afforded due process in case
any complaint against his/her person
for an act done in the University.
The right to be presumed innocent
until proven otherwise.
Be afforded due process in case any
complaint against his/her person for an
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
OF STUDENTS
Strive to know, understand, uphold,
and help maintain the DepEd vision,
mission, and goals; to know the
history and philosophy of the school
and to uphold its good name;
Attend Flag Ceremony everyday and
actively participate in the singing of
the National Anthem, DepEd Hym.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
OF STUDENTS
Be involved in all other activities which
requires attendance and participation such
as convocations and programs, w/c enrich
life in the school community;
Wear the prescribed uniform at all times
except during washday and special
activities, be decently attired and adhere to
what is generally accepted as sartorial
decorum and etiquette;
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
OF STUDENTS
For male Students, sporting long
hair, wearing knee-torn pants,
earrings and other fashion amulets
are prohibited. For female students,
knee-torn pants, hanging, haltered,
spaghetti, tube blouses and mini
skirts are likewise prohibited;
Wear the Student ID within the
campus at all times;
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
OF STUDENTS
Be regular and punctual in class
attendance;
Strive for academic excellence and
attain the highest standards of
excellence in every activity he/she
engages in as a student.
Voluntarily join campus organizations
and participate in competitions w/c
would further develop his/her talents,
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
OF STUDENTS

Help promote and maintain a


clean and environment-friendly
campus.
Smoking inside the campus is
strictly prohibited. Drug-use is
strictly prohibited.
CODE OF CONDUCT OF STUDENTS
To practice acceptable norms of
civility, etiquette and decorum;

Students should follow standard


classroom policies and procedures as
well as those pre-set and agreed upon
by their peers and faculty members.
CODE OF CONDUCT OF STUDENTS
Enseemly and boisterous conduct
(e.g. Loud whistling, howling,
shouting, jumping and other
delinquent acts) which disturb or
disrupt classroom/laboratory and
other academic activities.
Vandalism in any form inside
the campus is strictly
CODE OF CONDUCT OF STUDENTS
In
interaction with the opposite sex, students
must be gender-sensitive.
Students are exhorted to be
respectful, obedient, polite, friendly
and cooperative with fellow students
as well as faculty members, office
personnel and school authorities in
order to promote peace and harmony
in the University.
CODE OF CONDUCT OF STUDENTS
Public display of affection inside the
campus is strictly prohibited.
Curfew in campus starts at 4:00 p.m. No
student is allowed to stay or roam around
the school campus beyond this period
unless there is permission from the School
Principal. Whoever violates this provision
shall be required to leave the premises.
Any report regarding misconduct and
other violations of prescribed rules on
proper behaviour automatically brings
about the student an inquiry at the
School Heads Office. Such action may
render a student liable to
investigation.
Do not do unto other what you do not
want others do unto you.
DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS
Warning, reprimand or censure from the authorities;
statement of apology from the erring students.
Restitution (payment/compensation) for damage to
any school property or facilities
Suspension. An erring student may be suspended for
a period not exceeding 20% of the prescribed school
days.
Dropping. The University may drop from its official
roster of students anyone found guilty and meted out
this sanction. His transcripts or records of credentials
shall be released immediately.
Expulsion
An extreme administrative sanction which
debars the student from all public or private
schools. Refusal of the student to submit
himself to the jurisdiction of the University
would lead to the filing of a case against
him/her. A pending litigation shall prejudice
his future enrolment in the University.
TYPE OF MISCONDUCT/OFFENSES
Dishonesty such as acts of cheating, plagiarism,
forgery, falsification of public documents,
alteration or misuse of school documents,
records and/or credentials, impersonation and
misrepresentation;

Obstruction/disturbance/disruption of classes,
programs, administrative work, disciplinary
proceedings or other activities approved by the
authorities within the campus;
TYPE OF MISCONDUCT/OFFENSES
Physical assault on any person within the
campus;
Defamation such as loud and brazen use of vulgar
and obscene language;
Theft and/or damage to any property or facilities;
Unauthorized and forcible entry into any of the
Institutions facilities;
Vandalism or unlawful destruction of any
University property;
TYPE OF MISCONDUCT/OFFENSES
Hazing and/or any act which degrades, injures or
disgrace fellow students within the campus;
Illegal possession, use and/or distribution of
drugs and related paraphernalia;
Illegal possession of firearms, ammunition and
explosives;
Illegal possession of bladed and/or any deadly
weapon;
Drunkenness and/or gambling inside the campus;
Any other act w/c threatens and endangers the
health and safety of life in the University.