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Bloomridge Integrated School

248 GEN. Luis St., Novaliches, Quezon City


Tel. nos. 419-69-74/ 936-67-37

MANUAL OF SCHOOL PROCEDURES


AND POLICIES

Competitive BISians responding to an Increasing


Globalize Milieu
INTRODUCTION The Bloomridge Integrated School History
Bloomridge Integrated School has indeed proven itself worthy of the trust given by parents
who want only the best for their children by the many things it has accomplished so far, who
would think that in 2004, it all started from scratch.

Establishing the school was in itself a daring deed. When the Mendoza family decided to put
up a school, they left their comfort zone without any assurance that destiny will lead them to
greener pastures. With the aid of four leaders from the academic world known as the four
pillars and administrators of BIS– Ms. Juana G. Caranguian, Mrs. Evangeline P. Clavecilla,
Mrs. Maria Luisa D. Ang Co, and Mrs. Juanita C. Ballon (who is now a retired School
Registrar) together with other competent and experienced mentors (now well-loved by their
students), they took the risk of making it happen–shaping the hope of the future for a brighter
“Onwards To Another Decade of Change, Hope And Academic Excellence.” tomorrow. The never-heard combination of notes became the BIS Hymn, the simple do’s and
don'ts is now the BIS Achievement Code, the once lifeless apartment rooms for rent evolved
This handbook serves as a guide to all students of Bloomridge Integrated School in the into classrooms, laboratories and offices and finally, on June 14, 2004, with the permission
performance of their roles as part of the academic community. It contains, among others, a from the Department of Education, the Philippine flag was raised in front of Felicidad
brief history of the school, policies and directives, academic policies, and other standard Pavilion for the first time with 215 students from Kinder one to second year high school
operating procedures, and behavioral norms and measures of discipline, as well as other singing the Philippine National Anthem.
matters pertinent to a student’s life in this institution.
Soon everything else went well. Not long after its opening, BIS received full government
Students are expected to read this handbook thoroughly upon receipt, discuss its contents in recognition in its preparatory, elementary and secondary courses stating the school
class with the class adviser, ask questions when necessary, show it to their parents for their satisfaction of the standards of the Department of Education, a recognition rarely
perusal, and finally have the parents sign the return slip at the back of this handbook. The achieved by schools this early.
return slips containing the parental signatures shall signify compliance with the school’s rules
and regulations and shall also serve as reference samples for future use in other matters. Now on its fourteenth year of operation, BIS promises to get even better in terms of providing
quality education and giving the youth a place to be nurtured, loved and cared of. Much is in
Other policies and information which are subject to change every year shall be given to store for the people of BIS and the best things are yet to come.
student and parents through bulletin of information during the school year. These should be
VISSION
read well by both the parents and the students.
equip learners with life long skills and values for a productive, healthy and happy living
evolving society

MISSION
a learning environment that is child-centered and community service-oriented advocating the
holistic development of students
School Head
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

CONTENTS PAGES CONTENTS PAGES


I. STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT CODE……………………………………... V. TUTORIAL………………………………………………………………….
II. GENERAL POLICIES AND DIRECTIVES……………………………… VI. NON – ACADEMIC POLICIES……………………………………………
A. ATTENDANCE AND PUNCTUALITY……………………………… A. STUDENT DISCIPLINE………………………………………………..
B. SCHOOL UNIFORM AND PERSONAL APPEARANCE………….. B. THE DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE………………………………………
C. CARE OF SCHOOL PROPERTIES…………………………………… C. STUDENTS’ RIGTH TO DCUE PROCESS……………………………
D. USE OF THE SCHOOL NAME AND LOGO……………………….. D. TYPE OF OFFENCES…………………………………………………..
E. BULLETIN BOARD…………………………………………………… E. DICIPLINARY PROCEDURES…………………………………………
F. BRINGING OF OBJECT OTHER THAN THE ……………………… F. EXAMINATIONS……………………………………………………….
PRESCRIBED SCHOOL GADGETS…………………………………. G. REPORT CARD…………………………………………………………
G. LOST ARTICLES………………………………………………………
H. OUT-OF-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES……………………………………..
I. LIBRARY………………………………………………………………..
J. CLINIC…………………………………………………………………..
K. COMPUTER LABORATORY…………………………………………
L. SCHOOL SERVICE……………………………………………………
M. TELEPHONE………………………………………………………….
N. DRESS CODE FOR SCHOOL VISITORS…………………………...
III. ACADEMIC PROGRAM…………………………………………………
A. GUIDELINES FOR RATING PRESCHOOL PUPILS……………….
B. GUIDELINES FOR RATING ELEMENTARY STUDENTS………..
C. GUIDELINES FOR RATING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS………
IV. THE AWARD SYSTEM………………………………………………….
A. QUARTERLY EVALUATION………………………………………..
B. YEAR – END EVALUATION…………………………………………
C. SPECIAL AWARDS……………………………………………………
school oriented activities.
e. Parents shall make use of the excuse slips provided in the handbook, in case of their
I. STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT CODE children’s absence from classes. Such excuse slips shall be presented to the class adviser
immediately upon return.
1. Come to school in clean and complete uniform.
2. Always be on time. If you come in late, knock before entering the classroom. 2. Tardiness
3. Have everything ready on your desk for every class period. a. A student is considered tardy when he/she arrives after 7:30 a.m. between subject
4. Stand up, smile and greet the teacher the moment he/she comes in the classroom. periods; a student is considered late when he/she reports to the class five (5) minutes after
5. Sit up straight; do not slouch. the scheduled time.
6. Listen attentively to what others have to say. b. Students who arrive after the flag ceremony are considered late; therefore, they must stay
7. Raise your hand and wait to be called. Do not interrupt. in the library and wait for the second period.
8. Use polite language and speak in a well-modulated voice. (No screaming, howling, name c. Latecomers must secure a class entry slip from the Academic Head.
d. Habitual unexcused tardiness is subject to disciplinary action.
calling and shouting.) Give way and greet the school personnel or visitors. e. A student with unexcused absence/ tardiness will be given a score of zero for all missed
9. Keep your surroundings neat and clean. tests.
10. Follow directions.
3. Cutting Classes
II. GENERAL POLICIES AND DIRECTIVES
Any student who is found not attending his/her class is considered cutting class and is
required to obtain a class entry slip before attending his/her the next subject. Habitual
A. Attendance and Punctuality
cutting class shall be dealt with by the Academic Head.
Considered as one of the most important responsibilities of any BIS student is his regular
4. Early Departure
attendance at all classes and scheduled activities of the school.
The school is concerned about the safety and security of the students. Hence, students are
1. Absences not allowed to leave the school premises during class hours, unless for valid reasons a letter
from their parent/guardian is presented to fetch his/her child prior to the dismissal time.
As prescribed by the Department of Education, a student who has incurred an absence of Then, the student will be issued a gate pass.
more than twenty percent (20%) of the prescribed number of classes or laboratory periods
of class during the school year shall be given a failing grade and be given no credit for the
5. Suspension of Classes
subject. However, the School Director may exercise her discretion in permitting student
absences beyond this margin for valid and acceptable reasons. BIS shall cancel classes under the following conditions:
a. A student who has been absent is required to present a letter of excuse written in full and a. PAG-ASA Storm Signal #1 – automatic cancellation of classes in the pre-school and
signed by the parent/guardian on the first day the student reports to school before he/she Grade school/levels.
can be admitted to class. b. PAG-ASA Storm Signal #2 – automatic cancellation of classes in the preschool, grade
b. An absence of more than three (3) days due to illness shall require medical certificate. school, and high school levels.
c. Absences exceeding ten (10) per quarter is considered excessive and shall be dealt with c. Cancellation of classes in Quezon City by the City Mayor, regardless of PAG-ASA storm
by the Academic Head. signals
d. All activities set by the school are considered as regular class periods and should be d. Declaration of suspension of classes in Metro Manila or NCR
treated as such. Thus, students are obliged to attend retreat, Educational tour, and other e. School discretion is necessary under certain circumstances in the community.
e. Skirt (dark violet)
The school administrators shall decide on the discretionary cancellation of classes as early
as 5:00am of a particular day. Parents may call the office staff for confirmation of the 1) Shaped with pleats around as designed with one pocket on the right side and zip on the left.
discretionary cancellation of classes. 2) Comfortable to wear as it fits on its own measurement.
3) Material: Catrina
Students are also urged to watch out for the official announcement on television (ABS- f. Short Pants (dark violet)
CBN Channel 2) or radio station (DZMM).
1) For Kinder 1 to Grade 3
B. School Uniform and Personal Appearance
g. Pants (dark violet)
1. School Uniform
1) For Grade 4 to 4th Year
a. Kinder Dress (dark violet) 2) Tailored cut with back pockets and slash pocket on both sides.
3) With pleats on both sides for comfortability.
4) Material: Catrina
1) Baby collar with piping on collar and sleeves, coordinated with string ribbon.
5) T-shirt and Jogging Pants (dark violet)
2) Dress is shaped with a drape and buttons on supporting belt on both sides.
6) K1 to Grade 3: Tuesdays and Fridays
3) Materials: Tetoron Yoshi/Catrina
7) Grade 4 to Third Year: Wednesdays and Fridays
b. Male Uniform (light violet) b. Proper Haircut

1) Preschool: polo Males student are allowed to sport any kind of haircut provided the hair portion at the back does
2) Grade School: polo not touch the collar and bangs do not touch the eyebrows.
3) High School: polo
4) Standard polo with one pocket on the left side. C. Care of School Property
5) Collar is designed as comfortable as it is with button on the neckline.
6) Standard button used BIS students must regard the school as their second home. Each student is expected to show his/her
7) Material: Tetoron Yoshi respect to the school by handling school property with care. Any school property damaged by a student
should be repaired or replaced at his/her expense.

c. High School Blouse (light violet) D. Use of the School Name and Logo

1) Blouse is coordinated with piping on collar and sleeves with accent of necktie with year level The name and logo of BIS may not be used without the written permission of school authorities.
on it. Furthermore, printed materials such as tickets, invitations, flyers, press releases, and school activities
2) Baby collar as finish design with piping on collar and sleeves with accent of string tie along which bear the identity of the school must also be cleared with the school authorities before printing or
the neckline.
publication.
d. Grade School Blouse (light violet)
E. Bulletin Board
1) Blouse is coordinated with piping on collar and sleeves with accent of string tie along the
neckline. The Bulletin Board is used for special school announcements. Therefore, it is the responsibility of each
2) Baby collar as finish design with waistband and piping along the waistline area. student to read these notices. Tampering on such notices should be avoided.
3) Material: Tetoron Yoshi
Students are required to ask permission from the School Director before posting any announcement.
F. Bringing of Objects Other Than the Prescribed School Gadgets J. Clinic
To enable students to concentrate on academic tasks and avoid distractions, bringing of objects other Unnecessary visits to the clinic are discouraged. If a student is not feeling well, he/she should
than the prescribed school gadgets is not allowed. However, if the subject teacher has a special project,
ask the teacher’s permission before leaving the classroom.
such as drama, collage, book report, etc., he/she may allow the students to bring the needed materials.

When bringing tape recorders, walkman, CD player, cellular phone, video camera, camera, magazines,
Students must value the use of their academic time. Hence, they should not stay in the clinic
etc., a formal letter from their parents is required. The student is required to surrender these gadgets to longer than necessary. As soon as medical attention has been given, they must return
the administering officers in the Guidance Office and may get it only during the period it is needed. immediately to their classes.

Any teacher may confiscate these items when they cause distraction. Confiscated items may be claimed A class entry slip must be presented to the subject teacher signed by the school
back by students following certain conditions that the school may impose. physician/nurse before a student is admitted to the class.
G. Lost Articles K. Computer Laboratory
Care for the personal items is a responsibility of each student. Students should take care of Eating and drinking inside the computer laboratory is strictly prohibited. Students are not
their things by labeling them and not leaving them around. allowed to change the settings and configurations of any computer unit. The use of the
Lost and found items must be reported as soon as possible to the officer-in-charge in the computers shall always be under the supervision of the Computer teacher.
Guidance Office. This will facilitate immediate investigation and identification of the owner of L. School Service
the item.
The school service riders are expected to behave well and be courteous to all, including the
Bringing of valuable items to school is strictly discouraged. The school cannot be held driver and his assistant.
responsible for the loss of these items.
To avoid delay, riders are expected to be ready ten (10) minutes before pick-up time. A letter
H. Out-of-School Activities from the parent/guardian is required should there be any change in the transportation
Parent’s written consent is required for educational tour and other out-of-school activities. arrangement.
Students will not be allowed to join the activity without the waiver. M. Telephone
Since, these are out-of-school activities, the school’s rules and regulations governing students The use of the school telephones is limited to official and emergency calls only. To avoid
will be observed. unnecessary calls, students are expected to bring to school all their needed materials.
I. Library N. Dress Code for School Visitors
The Library is a place of silence and order. Students should refrain from talking or making any To ensure modesty and decency in an educational institution, such as Bloomridge Integrated
noise. Conversation, group discussion, and other sources of noise must be avoided. Students School, the wearing of shorts, slippers, and sleeveless undershirts (sando) are not allowed
are expected to follow regular procedure in borrowing books and other library materials, and within the school premises on class days and during school hours. Walking shorts (NOT
to use them with respect and proper care. skimpy shorts) are allowed on weekends or outside the school hours on weekdays.
II. ACADEMIC PROGRAM Final Grades and General Average

As a student of BIS, he/she must recognize the importance of exerting effort and studying hard in Quarter Final
Learning Area Grade
1 2 3 4
order to develop his/her character and human personality. He/She should regard academic
Filipino 80 89 86 84 85
studies as a good training ground for work. Furthermore, he/she needs to understand the English 89 90 92 87 90
significance of molding and enhancing his/her intellectual ability in carrying out his/her mission in Mathematics 82 85 83 83 83
the world. Science 86 87 85 84 86
Araling Panlipunan 90 92 91 89 91
Guideline for Rating Pupils/Students Based on the Edukasyon sa
89 93 90 88 90
K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION PROGRAM Pagpapakatao
Edukasyon sa
80 81 84 79 81
A. PRESCHOOL Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan
Report Card are presented to the parents at the end of each quarter for discussion. Additional MAPEH 85 86 85 84 86
guidelines on the Kindergarten program will be issued. General Average 86

B. GRADES 1-10 For MAPEH, individual grades are given to each area, namely, Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health.
The average of the Quarterly Grades (QG) products the Final Grade. The quarterly grade for MAPEH is the average of the quarterly grades in the four areas.

Final Grade Quarterly Grade = QC for Music + QG for Arts + QG for PE + QG for Health
1st quarter grade + 2nd quarter grade + 3rd quarter grade + 4th quarter grade
By Learning = (QG) for MAPEH 4
4

Area
C. WEIGHT OF THE COMPONENTS FOR GRADES 1-10

The General Average is computed by dividing the sum of all final grades by the total number of Components Language AP EsP Science Math MAPEH EPP/TLE

learning areas. Each learning area has equal weight. Written Work 30% 40% 20%
1 to 10
Performance Tasks 50% 40% 60%
Quarterly Assessment 20% 20% 20%
Final Grade
Sum of Final Grades of All Learning Areas
By Learning = D. At the end of the school year, the Academic Excellence Award, is given to learners from grades 1
Total number of Learning Areas in a grade level to 10 who have attained a General Average of 90 with no grades below 85.
Area
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD General Average

1. with Highest Honors 98-100


The Final Grade in each learning area and the General Average are reported as whole numbers. Table
2. with High Honors 95-97
below shows an example of the Final Grades of the different learning areas and General Average of a
Grade 4 student. 3. with Honors 90-94
III. THE AWARD SYSTEM
This is an award given to any student who has shown exemplary qualities in character and practices the
A. Quarterly Evaluation virtues inspired by the Christian ideals.

At the end of each quarter, students may obtain the following: IV. TUTORIAL

1. Outstanding Student (Merit Certificate) Faculty members of BIS are not allowed to tutor their own students. However, they may render tutorial
services to any of the BIS students. The GS/HS Department Heads will be the authorized persons to assign
For a BIS student to receive this award, he/she must not have a grade lower than 85 and should attain tutors to students.
the general average of:
V. NON-ACADEMIC POLICIES
Grade School High School
BIS would like to maintain an orderly and effective learning environment; thus, the non-academic policies
1st Quarter 90% 90% in this handbook are meant to make the students aware and realize their significant role in the
2nd Quarter 90% 90% implementation of these policies.
3rd Quarter 90% 90%
A. Student Discipline
4th Quarter 90% 90%
Enrollment in BIS signifies the student's willingness to uphold its philosophy, objectives, and policies.
2. Best in Attendance Thus, the students must abide by the rules and regulations, which have been instituted to serve their own
good and the whole BIS community.
This is given to any BIS student who has not incurred any tardiness or absence during the quarter.
B. The Discipline Committee
3. Special Citation Awards
The Discipline Committee is composed of:
a. Best in English
b. Best in Science 1. GS/HS Coordinator
c. Best in Mathematics 2. Discipline Officer
d. Best in Computer 3. School Principal
e. Best in Filipino
f. Best in Conduct C. Students' Right to Due Process
g. Artist of the Year
h. Athletes of the Year The students' right to due process will be ensured through the conduct of an impartial investigation and
hearing. A student may express his/her ideas within the accepted norms of communication and
B. Year-End Evaluation following the rules of courtesy and decorum.

At the end of the school year, medals are awarded to deserving students in recognition of their excellent Based on the Manual of Regulations of Private Schools, school officials and teachers have the right to
academic performance throughout the given school year. impose appropriate and reasonable disciplinary measure, in case of minor offense. In case of major
offense, the following standards must be met:
C. Special Awards
1. The student must be informed in writing of the nature and cause of the major offense and the
1. Serviceable Award evidence against him/her.
2. He/She has the right to explain her side and to have time to solicit testimony on his behalf.
2. Student Leadership Award 3. The evidence must be considered by the investigating committee who will hear and decide the case.

4. Best in Deportment/Conduct
D. Types of Offenses t. Smoking

BIS has the right to impose reasonable disciplinary measures and administrative penalties on erring u. Preventing or threatening any student or school personnel from entering the school premises,
students. attending classes, or discharging duties

1. Major Offenses v. Displaying of public affection smoking, playing video games, billiards, drinking liquor while
wearing the school/P.E. uniform
a. Forgery
w. Selling or use of prohibited drugs
b. Vandalism
2. Minor Offenses
c. Cheating
a. Discourtesy
d. Stealing
b. Entering class without a class entry slip after a student has been late or absent
e. Gambling
c. Incomplete or improper use of uniforms
f. Possession of deadly weapon and pornographic/indecent materials
d. Sporting of unperceived hairstyle
g. Gross disrespect, disobedience, or abusive behavior toward authorities
e. Unauthorized solicitation of contribution
h. Uttering of vulgar and obscene word
f. Improper decorum during school activities
i. Giving unauthorized interview to the public
g. Truancy
j. Using the name of the school without permission
h. Gossiping
k. Drunkenness
i. Inappropriate school appearance/use of nail polish, hair color, makeup
l. Securing or using forged school records, forms, and documents
E. Disciplinary Procedure
m. Dishonesty
1. Disciplinary Procedures. The Discipline Committee conducts an investigation on the cases filed in
n. Destroying school property his office.

o. Possession of firecrackers a. Upon receipt of the written report on misconduct of any student, the Discipline Committee, or its
authorized representative, shall conduct a preliminary investigation of the charge filed against the
p. Assaulting a student or school personnel student for prima facie evidence.

q. Fighting/hurting physically/bullying/threatening harm or death b. Formal charges shall be filed against the student, if there is a prima facie evidence of guilt.

r. Continuous disregard of school policies and rules c. A notice shall be sent to the student informing him of the charges and requires the student to
answer the charge and/or appear for questioning before Discipline Committee within 72 hours
s. Continuous commission of minor offense, despite several warnings from receipt of the notice.
d. Except in meritorious cases as determined by the Discipline Committee, the failure of the student 7. All fees/dues should be settled on or before the scheduled examination days. In compliance with
to answer the charge and/or appear during the investigation as required, shall be construed as a the directives of the Department of Education, a student will be allowed to take the final
waiver thereof. examination and will be given a grace period of two weeks from the final examination date within
which to settle all financial accountabilities.
e. If an investigation has been carried out and the Discipline Committee has found sufficient 8. Late payment of fees shall be charged with a fixed rate of seven percent interest (7%)
evidence or if the accused has admitted his guilt, the Discipline Committee shall impose the
penalties stated in this Student Handbook. G. Report Card
The report card is an official school document that shows the student’s performance every quarter.
f. If the decision is accepted by the student, the same shall be final and executor. If it is not Parents have to sign the report card after the conference with the class adviser.
acceptable, the aggrieved student may file a motion for reconsideration within (5) days from
receipt of the decision to the Discipline Committee. SCHOOL-BASED CHILD PROTECTION AND ANTI-BULLYING POLICIES

2. Sanctions for Minor Offenses In accordance with the Republic Act no. 10627 otherwise known as the Anti-Bullying act of 2013, Bloomridge
a. 1st Offense - Violation report by the Academic Head Integrated School has come up with a school-based Anti-Bullying Policy. This policy was issued upon the rise of cases on
bullying in the country more particularly in schools.
b. 2nd Offense - 3-day suspension The formulation of the following measures is to help avoid inappropriate behavior specifically acts of bullying
among pupils/students.
3. Sanctions for Major Offenses
a. 1st Offense - Violation Report by the Academic Head and 5-day suspension ADOPTATION OF ANTI-BULLYING POLICIES
b. 2nd Offense - Expulsion
A. Organization of the Discipline Committee
4. Behavior Probation
Chairman: Evangeline P. Clavecilla
a. Expulsion - a student who committed a major offense for two (2) times; minor offense for three School Principal
(3) times Vice-Chairman: Dr. Eva P. Robles
b. Suspension - a student who committed one (1) major offense or two (2) minor offenses School Consultant
1) 5 days - major offense Members: Mrs. Maria Elena V. Mendoza
2) 3 days - minor offense Level Head – Intermediate Department
Mr. Caezar Lucas S. Sombrito
A student is held responsible for lessons that will be given during his/her absence from the school. Discipline Officer/Activity Coordinator
Ms. Juana G. Caranguian
F. Examinations Administrative Officer

1. Students are expected to observe all examination rules and procedures enforced by the school. B. Prohibited of Bullying Acts or Peer Abuse
2. No student will be exempted from taking the quarterly examinations and test, regardless of
exemplary class standing.  Inside the school and its premises
3. No take-home examinations or project shall be given in lieu of quarterly examinations.  During school-sponsored or school related activities, functions or programs
4. Students who miss school during a scheduled examination without any valid reason will be given  Through the use of technology or an electronic device or other forms of media that is owned, leased or
a score of zero for the said examination. used by our school.
5. Special or make-up examination may be given only to those who are absent due to valid reasons,
such as illness, accident, etc. This should be approved by the Academic Head. Special/make-up C. Prevention and Intervention Program
test will be given only on dates set by the Academic Head, subject to the condition that it may
enforce. 1. Creation and maintenance of a positive school climate and a clean and orderly environment guided by
6. Students caught cheating will automatically get a zero for that particular quiz, long test, or hospitable and caring people.
quarterly examination. 2. Establishing a culture of excellence both on knowledge proficiency and practice of values and upright
behavior.
3. Information dissemination 7. If the decision is accepted by the student, the same shall be final and executory. If it is not acceptable,
RE: Dep. Ed. Order No. 40 S. 2012 the aggrieved student may file a motion for consideration within 5 days from receipt of the decision to
Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act. No. 10627 the discipline committee.
a. Teachers Orientation
b. Parenting Seminar
c. Student’s Orientation during opening of classes, follow-up
during Homeroom Period.
Submitted by:
Topics on Focus:
Jose Ferdinand S. Mendoza
 Rights of the parents Executive Director
 Child Protection
 Child Abuse
 Discrimination against children
 Violence against children committed in school
 Bullying or peer abuse
 Cyber-bullying
 Corporal punishment
Pledge of Conformance
4. Constant and regular observations and assessment of the student’s behavior and activities.
5. Periodic review/discussion of bullying-related topics stated in the student’s handbook likewise Conforme:
responding of related incidents.
6. Counseling of “potential bullies” and “probable victims” to enhance their Psychological, Emotional, I have read and understood everything that is contained in this handbook.
and Psycho-social well-being, to help them understand the negative consequence of bullying.
7. Provision of classroom and co-curricular activities in which the students will have the opportunities to As a Bloomridge Integrated School student, I promise to abide by it.
practice pro-social behavior.
8. Conduct of Anti-bullying campaign as part of programs and projects by the Supreme Student Body and ______________________________
other organized clubs. Student’s Printed Name & Signature

______________________________
D. Disciplinary Procedures Grade/Year & Section

1. The Adviser/Subject teacher must submit a written report of the incident to the Level Head. ______________________________
2. Upon receipt of the written report on misconduct of any student or group of students, the discipline Date
committee or its authorized representative shall conduct a preliminary investigation of the charge filed
against the student for prima facie evidence. We have received the rules and regulations in this handbook with our child. We shall abide by it.
3. Formal charges shall be filed against the student, if there is a prima facie evidence of guilt.
4. A notice shall be sent to the students informing him of the charges and shall require the student to
Noted by:
answer the charge and/or appeal for questioning before the discipline committee within 72 hours from
receipt of the notice. ______________________________
5. Except in meritorious cases as determined by the discipline committee, the failure of the student to Parent’s Printed Name & Signature
answer the charge and/or appear during the investigation as required shall be constructed as a waiver
thereof. ______________________________
6. If an investigation has been carried out and the discipline committee has found sufficient evidence of if Date
the accused has admitted his guilt, the discipline committee shall impose the penalties.