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  • I.C.T. PROJECT 2011
    BY:
    VICTOR FERMIN
  • A MODEL STUDENT RESPONSIBLE&RESPECTFUL
  • WAYS OF BREAKING RULES
    DESTROY SCHOOL PROPERTY
    WEARING WRONG UNFORM
    DISRESPECTING TEACHERS
    RIDICULOUS HAIRSTYLES
    TAXING STUDENTS
    GAMBLEING
  • A RESPONSIBLE STUDENT
    • Is truthful
    • Accepts ownership of the problem
    • Maintains a positive environment.
    • Solves the problem created
    • Demonstrates personal best
    • Maintains dignity of self and others
  • Respect for Learning
    Have a positive attitude
    Produce and value quality work
    • Arrive on time
    Dress appropriately (neat and clean)
    • Work in a non-disruptive way towards self and others
    • Be polite and kind to others including students, school visitors, all teachers and others
    • refrain from sexual harassment
    • Refrain from bullying, intimidiating or teasing others (no school taxing)
    • NO OBSCENE LANGUAGE
  • CONSEQUENCESOF BREAKING RULES
    EXPULSION
    SUSPENSION
    GO TO JAIL (GO TO JUVU)
    OR
    NO QUALIFICATIONS
    NO JOB
    OR BECOME
    BANIDTS/ROBBER
    VAGRANT/DRUG USER
  • SOLUTION
    • Dialogue with Teacher and student
    • Dialogue with Parent, Teacher and Student (parent day)
    • The introduction of religious knowledge
    • A Guidance Officer/Social Worker/Pastor to assist students with problems
    • Sporting activities to keep students occupied (swimming, chess, cricket, football, etc)
  • ONCE YOU FOLLOW THIS YOU CAN BE SUCCESSFUL