The Grade Level Heads’ unit is committed to implementing a positive discipline towards a whole school relational approach that inculcates proper student decorum and behavior that fosters belonging, social engagement, inculcating integrity, and appreciation of meaningful accountability. Furthermore, it ensures that the school policies are regulated and enforced following due process, fairness, and integrity.
This unit is also committed to designing sessions and other activities to help students develop lifelong learning that revolves around the core values of Fortitude, Excellence, and Uprightness with the Homeroom Program, Student Formation Program, and Discipline Program.
The Grade Level Heads Pillar is a framework or approach focusing on three key aspects: Prevention, Regulation, and Intervention. These pillars serve as guiding principles for creating a positive and effective learning environment and safe space for FEU High School students with the programs facilitating each part of the pillar.
PREVENTION – Creating an environment that nurtures positive behavior by fostering a sense of well-being, self-awareness, and social competence.
REGULATION – Providing programs and policies of the school that maintain a harmonious environment and guide the students towards responsible decision-making and empowerment.
INTERVENTION – Implementing supportive actions that help students understand their actions, learn from mistakes, and make positive changes in their behavior and outlook.
A program with designed sessions and activities to help students develop lifelong learning upholding the school’s core values of Fortitude, Excellence, and Uprightness.
The Homeroom Program aims to:
Homeroom Program: Responsible and Informed Student Engagement (RISE)
The different themes of the homeroom program each month center on Ikigai or finding purpose in life, “FEU-noia,” derived from the Greek word Eunoia which means pure and well-balanced mind, Digital Citizenship, and The Oasis Project (TOP), a Gratitude Tank activity.
The first week of the month will be facilitated by the homeroom advisers, with the modules designed by the grade-level heads. The second week will be the teacher’s platform, wherein the homeroom advisers will design their activities. The third week is the student’s platform, which will allow students to facilitate the class through their own designed activities. Finally, the fourth week is the self-care day, a weekly activity for students to maintain their physical, mental, and emotional well-being, especially when managing academic and social responsibilities.
The Grade Level Heads’ unit is committed to implementing positive discipline towards a whole school relational approach which inculcates proper student decorum and behavior that fosters belonging, social engagement, integrity, and accountability. Furthermore, ensuring that the school policies are regulated and enforced following due process, fairness, and integrity.
The Discipline Program aims to:
FEU HS CODE OF CONDUCT
FEU High School is committed to developing students holistically and giving them a complete and meaningful school experience. The Code of Conduct and Discipline for Students upholds the core values of Fortitude, Excellence, and Uprightness. It guides students toward responsible decision-making and empowerment. It focuses on self-management and positive discipline and involves a commitment to acting with respect towards the self and others.
ACADEMIC POLICIES (Attendance and Academic Dishonesty)
FEU High School students are expected to strive for academic excellence in their studies. Therefore, acts of academic dishonesty are deemed unbecoming of FEU High School students, and shall be dealt with accordingly.
The student formation program, anchored on positive discipline, strives to instill `skills, values, and behavior by providing activities that are responsive to their needs and encourage their accountability over punishments. This program aims to empower students to become responsible, well-rounded, and compassionate community members who will help them thrive in both their academic pursuits and personal lives.
Student Formation Activities (SFA)
The Student Formation Activities are devised to cater for and aid the character development of students. Through the various activities related to the school’s core values and policies, this will equip students with the essential characteristics and attributes of an FEUHS student.
SFA will be conducted through Canvas and in-school activities. The GLH Canvas module will be open and can be accessed by all students. However, submissions will only be required for specific students who have influenced school policies. For in-school activities, the SFA shall be announced prior and will be open for pre-registration.
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