CODE OF CONDUCT
Bristol Integrated School is a place that promotes honesty, responsibility, mutual respect, academic excellence and personal integrity in a safe learning and teaching environment. To attain these goals and instill discipline among students the Code of Conduct will be strictly enforced, taking into consideration the special rights of children as embodied in Art. 1, Sec. 2 of RA 7610, to wit:
“The best interest of children shall be the paramount consideration in all actions concerning them, whether undertaken by public or private social welfare institutions, courts of law, administrations authorities, and legislative bodies, consistent with the principles of First Call for Children as enunciated in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Every effort shall be exerted to promote the welfare of children and enhance their opportunities for a useful and happy life.”
BIS Students Demonstrate the Values of Honesty, Respect and Responsibility.
Honesty is the best policy in life. Being sincere, truthful, trustworthy, honorable, fair, genuine, and loyal with integrity and expressing oneself positively as well as critically are virtues most desired.
Respect has great importance in everyday life. The value of respect and self respect, for every person are taught to respect our parents, teachers and elders, differences, school rules and traffic laws, family and cultural traditions, other people’s feelings and rights, our country’s flag and leaders, the truth and people’s differing opinions, non human living things and the natural environment.
The student is responsible for:
1. Behaving in a manner that does not interfere with the rights of others.
2. Abiding by expectations, guidelines, rules and regulations established by the school.
3. Attending school daily on time.
4. Dressing and grooming accordingly. Wearing of complete and proper uniform.
5. Honesty in both academics and school-related affairs.
6. Being truthful in words and in actions.
7. Protecting the authenticity and validity of documents.
8. Caring and proper use of school property.
9. Showing courtesy to fellow students, school staff and personnel’s, parents and visitors.
10. Avoiding an action that maligns the character of a person.
11. Compliance with directives of school authorities.
12. Keeping the school surrounding clean and safe.
13. Maintaining peace and order in school.
14. Contributing to a conducive learning atmosphere inside the classroom and school.
15. Striving and aiming for excellence in campus and out-of-school activities.
16. Protecting the name and honor of the school.
17. Demonstrating integrity and respect inside and out of school.
The Parent/Guardian is responsible for:
1. Setting an example of respecting the rights of other persons.
2. Cooperating with school authorities when discipline is necessary.
3. Reading and reviewing school expectations, guidelines, rules and regulation with family members.
4. Understanding that every parent is morally and legally responsible to properly care for, train, educate, discipline and control their child.
5. Understanding and accepting that the teacher can assume in the school the same authority granted the parent or guardian.
6. Being available at a mutually agreed time to confer with school authorities concerning their child.
7. Directing their concerns regarding the education of their child to professional most directly involved. As a constructive dialogue stimulates progress, it is encouraged by the 8. school staff.
9. Being financially responsible for any damages to personal or school property committed by their child.
10. Informing school staff/authorities of concerns relative to student behavior.
11. Making sure the student attends school daily on time.