SSC HIGH SCHOOL – ACADEMICS I Academic Calendar I Appointment with Parents I Change of Address I Classroom Procedure and Management I Communication Dissemination I Contributions, Ticket Sales, etc. I Curriculum Offerings I Decorum and Behavior I Emergency Situations I Grading System I Guidelines for Appearing in Advertisements I Honors and Awards I Instructional Program I Leaving the Campus I Non-Academic Programs I Offenses and Penalties I Order and Cleanliness I Out-of-School Activities I School Discipline I Special Programs I Student Activity Program I Student Auxiliary Service I Student Personnel Service I Suspension of Classes I Tests and Examinations I
1. Keeping things clean and orderly is important. One can take better care of her belongings and the school's facilities if she observes order, cleanliness, and proper stewardship of her environment.
2. Students should not litter. They are expected to dispose of garbage/trash properly.
3. Concern for energy conservation should compel the last student who leaves the classroom and all other function rooms to switch off the lights and fans or air-conditioning units.
4. Good order requires that classrooms be kept clean and orderly. Blackboards and class/club bulletin boards are to be used for school work or official announcements only. The class/club secretary are the only ones authorized to post such notices.
5. All bulletin boards are official. No student may write notices on the administration blackboards without the permission of any administrator.
6. Furniture, chairs, tables and chalk boards may not be moved from their original location without permission from any administrator.
7. Students are discouraged from holding meetings and practices in SSC beyond 5:30pm and during non-class days. If such activities are unavoidable, a written notice from the teacher or moderator and duly signed by the CSA, will be issued. Teacher/moderator of the group has to be present during the practice or rehearsal.
8. Students are not allowed to loiter around the campus after 5:30pm. They have to wait for their ride home at the pergola/Gate 1 area.
9. At no time are students allowed to block passageways. Group movements such as passing through corridors, halls and buildings should be made with minimum noise. Boisterous conduct, running, or any action which tends to distract students from ongoing activities are to be avoided.
10. Students are responsible for all their belongings before, during and after class hours. During assemblies and other similar activities when the entire class will be gone, bags may be left in the classroom which will be properly locked. Only class officers may get the key from the office of the CSA. After class hours, bags may only be placed in designated areas. Items found in nondesignated areas will be confiscated. Owners of confiscated items may claim these from the CSA's office after THREE DAYS.
11. Cases of lost articles should be immediately reported in writing to the CSA, stating the time of loss, description of the article, and any other information which may facilitate its recovery. No article may be released without proper report in written form. Items not claimed within the quarter will be donated to charity.
12. When the circumstances of loss warrant it, the school reserves the right, with permission of the Principal, to conduct searches.
13. Good order requires that all rooms be kept neat and clean.
Project Earth Guidelines
1. Students are expected to comply with the guidelines set by the IPTEC and Project Earth. Non-compliance with these guidelines will result in 10 confiscation/community service.
2. IDs will be confiscated for the following violations:
a. eating in prohibited areas, and not eating in properly assigned areas
b. eating along corridors, stairs and
inside the classrooms and special rooms (except
c. littering, leaving trash in eating areas, improper trash disposal
d. refusal to clean eating areas
e. eating while sitting on the ground
3. Procedure for Confiscation and Retrieval of IDs:
a. Earth Watchers wearing arm bands are authorized to confiscate IDs upon noting a violation.
b. The ID is submitted to the Head Earth Watcher, who then lists the offense(s) and assigns a cleaning task to the offender.
c. The ID is turned over to the Project Earth Moderator by the Head Earth watcher right away. The Project Earth Moderator then submits confiscated IDs to the CSA.
d. Upon completion of her cleaning assignment, a signed form is issued to her.
e. The student then presents this form to the CSA in exchange for the confiscated ID.
f. The Project Earth moderator keeps a record of offenses and subjects standard disciplinary measures
g. The Project earth
Moderator immediately informs the
CSA once a student commits
h. The following have been designated as eating areas:
i. Areas other than those mentioned are strictly no eating areas.