Code of Conduct
Scholastic dishonesty means plagiarizing; cheating on assignments or examinations; engaging in unauthorized collaboration on academic work; taking, acquiring, more information...
Disruptive Classroom Conduct
Engaging in behavior that substantially or repeatedly interrupts either the instructor's ability to teach or student learning.
Providing the school offices or official with false, misleading, and incomplete information. In addition, intentionally making a false report of a bomb, fire, natural disaster, or other emergency to a School official or an emergency service agency.
Refusal to Identify and Comply
Refusing to or falsely identifying one's self or willfully failing to comply with a proper order or summons when requested by an authorized School official.
Threatening and Harassing
Engaging in conduct on campus that endangers or threatens to endanger the health, safety of another person.
Possession or Use of Weapons on Campus
Possessing or using on campus weapons or articles or substances usable as weapons, including, but not limited to, firearms, incendiary devices, explosives, and dangerous biological or chemical agents.
Unauthorized Possession or Use of Drugs or Alcohol on Campus
Possessing or using drugs or alcohol without authorization.
Unauthorized Use of School Facilities and Service
False-fully using School properties or facilities; misusing, altering, or damaging fire-fighting equipment, safety devices, or other emergency equipment or interfering with the performance.
Theft, Property Damage, and Vandalism
Include theft or embezzlement of, damage to, destruction of, un- authorized possession of, or wrongful sale or gift of property belonging to the School, a member of the School community, or a campus guest. In addition, the school is not responsible for any personal possessions.
Unauthorized access means accessing without authorization School property, facilities, or services, or obtaining or providing to another person the means of such unauthorized access, including, but not limited to, using or providing without authorization keys, access cards, or access codes.
Disrupting School events; participating in a campus demonstration that disrupts the normal operations of the School and infringes on the rights of other individuals; leading or inciting others to disrupt scheduled or normal activities of the School; using sound amplification equipment on campus without authorization; or making or causing noise, regardless of the means, that disturbs authorized School activities or functions.
From: June 25th-August 31st, 2012
- Reconfrim availability
- Term starts
- Faculty Meeting
- Teaching Assessment & Class Observation
- Midterm Examination
- Speaking Test
- Faculty Meeting/Contract Renewal
- Deadline for New Contract Submission
- Young Learner End of Term Exam
- End of Term Examination (Adult & Skills)
- Result Collection (by 10:00 am)