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PARENTS’
ORIENTATION
THE VISION AND
MISSION OF
PANORAMA
MONTESSORI
SCHOOL, INC.
Our Mission
Our school provides a safe and nurturing
environment where respect and relationship with
others are cultivated. We create opportunities for
students to acquire and develop knowledge,
empathy, and skills needed for a competitive
world.
Our Vision
We envision our students to be servant leaders
who are faithful, just and humane, and are
equipped with values and academic skills to be
productive citizens of the country.
Core Values
• Relationship Building
• Respect
• Collaboration
• Empathy
RULES AND
REGULATIONS
RULES AND REGULATIONS
 The rules and regulations of PMSI are intended
to enhance the life in the school of the
Montessorian as he/she relates and interacts
with the members of the school community.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
 The enrollment of the student in PMSI is taken as an
expressed willingness on his/her part, and
consequently of his/her parents or guardians, to abide
by all rules and regulations of the school. Thus, the
students and his/her parents and/or guardians are
committed to the strict observance of the same.
UNIFORMS
All students are required to
wear the prescribed uniform
in campus face to face and
online synchronous classes.
Pre-school
BOYS/GIRLS
 P.E. T-shirt sleeveless
 Jogging pants
Elementary
BOYS
 Navy Blue long pants (grade 1-6)
 White short-sleeved polo shirt with
the school’s logo embroidered on the
left side.
 Black leather shoes and white socks
Elementary
GIRLS
 Prescribed checkered skirt
 White baby collared blouse with
school’s logo embroidered on the left
side with ribbon.
 Black leather shoes and white socks
Junior High School
BOYS
 White short sleeved Santana with
logo sewn on the left pocket
 Navy Blue long pants
 Black leather shoes and white socks
GIRLS
 Prescribed checkered skirt
 White sailor’s cut short sleeved
blouse with logo sewn on the left side
 Close Black leather shoes and white
socks
Junior High School
P.E.
UNIFORMS
To be worn during
P.E. day only
GOOD
GROOMING
 Male students are expected to wear a short
and neat haircut not touching the eyebrows
and the collar of the shirt.
 Hair color/highlights is strictly prohibited
 Fingernails should be cut short at all times.
Wearing of nail polish is discouraged.
GOOD GROOMING
 Multiple piercing (in the ear, tongue, and other
parts of the body) permanent and non-permanent
tattoos are not permitted.
 No make – up in school except for special
occasions.
 Wearing expensive jewelries are highly
discouraged.
GOOD GROOMING
Guidelines in the
suspension of classes
when typhoons and other
calamities as stated in
Deped Order no. 66
Guidelines in the suspension of classes
when typhoons and other calamities as
stated in Deped Order no. 66
1. Typhoon signal no. 1- preschool no classes
2. Typhoon signal no. 2- classes suspended in all
levels
3. When other calamities such as volcanic
eruptions and earthquakes have occurred
classes in all levels are automatically
suspended.
FETCHING THE
STUDENT
FETCHING THE
STUDENT
• Parent should introduce to the teacher
whoever is authorized to fetch the child at
dismissal.
• No one may take the child without notifying
the teacher or school security guard.
• Parents and guardians must be at the gate
within 12 minutes before and after classes.
FINANCIAL
TRANSACTIONS
FINANCIAL
TRANSACTIONS
All financial transactions are
done by the authorized school
cashier.
ACADEMIC
POLICIES
ACADEMIC POLICIES
• Exams will be
administered in school
during in-person classes
THE K-12
GRADING
SYSTEM
THE K-12 GRADING
SYSTEM
• The grades of all level under the K-12
program will be based on transmuted raw
score of summative assessments the minimum
grade to pass 75
• Learners are graded on Written Works (WW),
Performance Task (PT), and Quarterly
Assessment (QA)
THE K-12 GRADING
SYSTEM
• Written Works – which may include short and
long quizzes, long tests, essays, written reports
and other output.
• Performance Task – which may include skills
demonstration, group presentations, oral work,
multimedia presentation, and research projects.
THE K-12 GRADING
SYSTEM
• Quarterly Assessment – measures students’
learning at the end of the quarter in the form
of objective tests, performance-based
assessment or a combination thereof.
THE K-12 GRADING
SYSTEM
THE K-12 GRADING
SYSTEM
The performance of the students will be described in
the report card based on the following grade scale.
With no grades below 85 in all subject areas
HEALTH
PROTOCOLS
HEALTH PROTOCOLS
• If the child is not feeling well, let him/her
stay at home. The child will be given health
declaration slip which they will fill out before
going to school, which they will drop at the
designated boxes at the entrance gate.
HEALTH PROTOCOLS
Watch out for symptoms of COVID
19 such as:
• Fever
• Sore throat
• Cough
• Cold
• Difficulty of breathing
• No sense of taste and smell
ALERT LEVELS
ALERT LEVEL DESCRIPTION
SCHOOL CONTINGENCY
PLAN
Alert Level 1
Refers to areas wherein case
transmission is low and
decreasing, total bed utilization
rate, and intensive care unit
utilization rate is low.
Face to Face
Online class
Alert Level 2
Refers to areas wherein case
transmission is low and
decreasing, healthcare
utilization is low, or case
counts are low but increasing,
or case counts are low and
decreasing but total bed
utilization rate and intensive
care unit utilization rate is
increasing.
Limited face to face
Online Class
ALERT LEVEL DESCRIPTION
SCHOOL CONTINGENCY
PLAN
Alert Level 3
Refers to areas wherein case
counts are high and/or
increasing, with total bed
utilization rate and intensive
care unit utilization rate at
increasing utilization.
Pure Online Classes
Alert Level 4
Refers to areas wherein case
counts are high and/or
increasing, with total bed
utilization rate and intensive
care unit utilization rate at high
utilization
Pure Online Classes
ALERT LEVEL DESCRIPTION
SCHOOL CONTINGENCY
PLAN
Alert Level 5
Refers to areas wherein case
counts are alarming, with total
bed utilization rate and
intensive care unit utilization
rate at critical utilization.
Pure Online Classes
HEALTH PROTOCOLS
• For vaccinated students, please present a
photocopy of your vaccination card and
submit to the office.
• A waiver/parental consent will be given
to all the students read and signed by
the parents/guardian.
SCHEDULE OF
CLASSES
SY 2022-2023
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES S.Y.
2022-2023
Pilot – August 15, 2022 - September
2, 2022
• 2 Days face to face
• 2 days online Synchronous
• 1 day Asynchronous
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
S.Y. 2022-2023
Progressive- September 5, 2022 -
October 23, 2022
• 3 Days face to face
• 1 day online Synchronous
• 1 day Asynchronous
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
S.Y. 2022-2023
Expanded- September 26, 2022 –
October 28, 2022
• 4 days face to face classes
• 1 day online
QUESTION AND
ANSWER
DISTRIBUTION
OF CALENDAR
OF ACTIVITIES
DISTRIBUTION OF
WAIVER AND
CONSENT FORM
END OF
ORIENTATION

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PARENTSORIENTATION.pptx

  • 2. THE VISION AND MISSION OF PANORAMA MONTESSORI SCHOOL, INC.
  • 3. Our Mission Our school provides a safe and nurturing environment where respect and relationship with others are cultivated. We create opportunities for students to acquire and develop knowledge, empathy, and skills needed for a competitive world.
  • 4. Our Vision We envision our students to be servant leaders who are faithful, just and humane, and are equipped with values and academic skills to be productive citizens of the country.
  • 5. Core Values • Relationship Building • Respect • Collaboration • Empathy
  • 7. RULES AND REGULATIONS  The rules and regulations of PMSI are intended to enhance the life in the school of the Montessorian as he/she relates and interacts with the members of the school community.
  • 8. RULES AND REGULATIONS  The enrollment of the student in PMSI is taken as an expressed willingness on his/her part, and consequently of his/her parents or guardians, to abide by all rules and regulations of the school. Thus, the students and his/her parents and/or guardians are committed to the strict observance of the same.
  • 9. UNIFORMS All students are required to wear the prescribed uniform in campus face to face and online synchronous classes.
  • 10. Pre-school BOYS/GIRLS  P.E. T-shirt sleeveless  Jogging pants
  • 11. Elementary BOYS  Navy Blue long pants (grade 1-6)  White short-sleeved polo shirt with the school’s logo embroidered on the left side.  Black leather shoes and white socks
  • 12. Elementary GIRLS  Prescribed checkered skirt  White baby collared blouse with school’s logo embroidered on the left side with ribbon.  Black leather shoes and white socks
  • 13. Junior High School BOYS  White short sleeved Santana with logo sewn on the left pocket  Navy Blue long pants  Black leather shoes and white socks
  • 14. GIRLS  Prescribed checkered skirt  White sailor’s cut short sleeved blouse with logo sewn on the left side  Close Black leather shoes and white socks Junior High School
  • 15. P.E. UNIFORMS To be worn during P.E. day only
  • 16.
  • 17.
  • 19.  Male students are expected to wear a short and neat haircut not touching the eyebrows and the collar of the shirt.  Hair color/highlights is strictly prohibited  Fingernails should be cut short at all times. Wearing of nail polish is discouraged. GOOD GROOMING
  • 20.  Multiple piercing (in the ear, tongue, and other parts of the body) permanent and non-permanent tattoos are not permitted.  No make – up in school except for special occasions.  Wearing expensive jewelries are highly discouraged. GOOD GROOMING
  • 21. Guidelines in the suspension of classes when typhoons and other calamities as stated in Deped Order no. 66
  • 22. Guidelines in the suspension of classes when typhoons and other calamities as stated in Deped Order no. 66 1. Typhoon signal no. 1- preschool no classes 2. Typhoon signal no. 2- classes suspended in all levels 3. When other calamities such as volcanic eruptions and earthquakes have occurred classes in all levels are automatically suspended.
  • 24. FETCHING THE STUDENT • Parent should introduce to the teacher whoever is authorized to fetch the child at dismissal. • No one may take the child without notifying the teacher or school security guard. • Parents and guardians must be at the gate within 12 minutes before and after classes.
  • 26. FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS All financial transactions are done by the authorized school cashier.
  • 28. ACADEMIC POLICIES • Exams will be administered in school during in-person classes
  • 30. THE K-12 GRADING SYSTEM • The grades of all level under the K-12 program will be based on transmuted raw score of summative assessments the minimum grade to pass 75 • Learners are graded on Written Works (WW), Performance Task (PT), and Quarterly Assessment (QA)
  • 31. THE K-12 GRADING SYSTEM • Written Works – which may include short and long quizzes, long tests, essays, written reports and other output. • Performance Task – which may include skills demonstration, group presentations, oral work, multimedia presentation, and research projects.
  • 32. THE K-12 GRADING SYSTEM • Quarterly Assessment – measures students’ learning at the end of the quarter in the form of objective tests, performance-based assessment or a combination thereof.
  • 34. THE K-12 GRADING SYSTEM The performance of the students will be described in the report card based on the following grade scale. With no grades below 85 in all subject areas
  • 36. HEALTH PROTOCOLS • If the child is not feeling well, let him/her stay at home. The child will be given health declaration slip which they will fill out before going to school, which they will drop at the designated boxes at the entrance gate.
  • 37. HEALTH PROTOCOLS Watch out for symptoms of COVID 19 such as: • Fever • Sore throat • Cough • Cold • Difficulty of breathing • No sense of taste and smell
  • 39. ALERT LEVEL DESCRIPTION SCHOOL CONTINGENCY PLAN Alert Level 1 Refers to areas wherein case transmission is low and decreasing, total bed utilization rate, and intensive care unit utilization rate is low. Face to Face Online class Alert Level 2 Refers to areas wherein case transmission is low and decreasing, healthcare utilization is low, or case counts are low but increasing, or case counts are low and decreasing but total bed utilization rate and intensive care unit utilization rate is increasing. Limited face to face Online Class
  • 40. ALERT LEVEL DESCRIPTION SCHOOL CONTINGENCY PLAN Alert Level 3 Refers to areas wherein case counts are high and/or increasing, with total bed utilization rate and intensive care unit utilization rate at increasing utilization. Pure Online Classes Alert Level 4 Refers to areas wherein case counts are high and/or increasing, with total bed utilization rate and intensive care unit utilization rate at high utilization Pure Online Classes
  • 41. ALERT LEVEL DESCRIPTION SCHOOL CONTINGENCY PLAN Alert Level 5 Refers to areas wherein case counts are alarming, with total bed utilization rate and intensive care unit utilization rate at critical utilization. Pure Online Classes
  • 42. HEALTH PROTOCOLS • For vaccinated students, please present a photocopy of your vaccination card and submit to the office. • A waiver/parental consent will be given to all the students read and signed by the parents/guardian.
  • 44. SCHEDULE OF CLASSES S.Y. 2022-2023 Pilot – August 15, 2022 - September 2, 2022 • 2 Days face to face • 2 days online Synchronous • 1 day Asynchronous
  • 45.
  • 46. SCHEDULE OF CLASSES S.Y. 2022-2023 Progressive- September 5, 2022 - October 23, 2022 • 3 Days face to face • 1 day online Synchronous • 1 day Asynchronous
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  • 48. SCHEDULE OF CLASSES S.Y. 2022-2023 Expanded- September 26, 2022 – October 28, 2022 • 4 days face to face classes • 1 day online
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