GUILLERMO LEON VALENCIA SCHOOL OF DUITAMA

Alfonso Vargas - 27/Septiembre/2013


 GUILLERMO LEON VALENCIA SCHOOL OF DUITAMA

DUITAMA , March 2012


STUDENT LIVING GUIDE
Agreement No. 003 of 2012
(March 9)

By which adopts the Disciplinary Regulations Student or Student Handbook .


The Board of the COLLEGE " GUILLERMO VALENCIA LEON " of Tunja , in the exercise of their legal and

WHEREAS:

1. It is the duty of every educational institution to fulfill the Constitution, the laws , the Code of Children and Adolescents, Law 115 of 1994 and other provisions related to the education of children and youth.

2 . It is necessary to teach and train students in principles of social coexistence , to enable them to prepare as active members of society.

3 . What to give the school a legal instrument containing the ethical , procedural and pedagogical coexistence , which should be known and followed by all members of the educational community .

4 . They were heard and discussed points raised by representatives of the different classes of the College and community .

5 . Student Handbook This force needs to be updated by the Board.

AGREE :

ARTICLE 1 . Adopt the following Regulations or Student Handbook for the College Student " Guillermo Leon Valencia " of Tunja .


CHAPTER I

PHILOSOPHY OF INSTITUTIONAL

ARTICLE 2 . MISSION

Contribute to the development of children and young people, responsible, respectful , honest and tolerant through interactive educational experiences that strengthen democratic apprehension of knowledge and the development of citizenship skills , affective and inclusive.

ARTICLE 3 . VISION

The College " Guillermo Leon Valencia " will be a leader in education services, manager of human and academic training , supported by an educational community committed to the principles and objectives of the institution , leading to the full development of the personality and quality lives of students and in constant search of excellence.

ARTICLE 4 . GUIDING PRINCIPLES AND FOUNDATIONS EDUCATIONAL ACTION

1. ASSESS the human person as a physical , biological , psychological , singular, autonomous , social, historical , cultural and transcendent, the subject of rights and duties.

2 . MEET the challenges the institution, wisdom, commitment and sense of belonging.

3 . LEAD integral human education , autonomous, critical , liberating and transformative.

4 . EDUCATE taking into account the evolution of the contemporary world , providing comprehensive training to take as a basis the pillars of knowledge : learning to be , to do, to think, to feel and live .

5 . NOURISH and ENCOURAGE reader and investigative spirit that allows transforming the family, social and environmental consequences of human dignity .

6 . ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES AND PROMOTE the values ​​of responsibility , respect, honesty , living , self -esteem , entrepreneurship , creativity, leadership .

7 . INTEGRATE and COMMIT to the educational community in the pursuit of continuous improvement.

8 . SERVE the community , promote the general prosperity and ensure the fulfillment of rights and duties enshrined in the Constitution.

9. WORK enthusiastically in the context of human rights in a democratic environment , equity and solidarity promoter of social justice , seeking peace and harmony with others and with the environment.

10 . ACHIEVE the highest levels of academic and human excellence leading to a satisfying life.

ARTICLE 5 . STUDENT PROFILE VALENCISTA

According to the ideals proposed in the principles and foundations that guide the educational , the profile of the college student who intends to offer to society is :

A PERSON

1. ethics

2 . Integra , which projects the principles and values ​​grounded in the family and at school.

3 . Ready to live in a democratic society that respects the rights and duties of citizens .

4 . Lover of nature and use resources rationally she offers .

5 . That values ​​life, respectful of human dignity and peace builder .

6 . With a critical and analytical way that would strengthen his will enrich your understanding and personal fulfillment and social .

7 . Intellectually and occupationally competent .

ARTICLE 6 . LEGAL BASIS OF LIVING GUIDE

This Student Handbook Student defines the rights, duties , obligations , guarantees , incentives and corrective of learners within a democratic framework was developed with the participation of the different classes that make up the educational community , accepting the legal framework : Constitution of Colombia ; Education Act ( 115 of 1994 ), the Code on Children and Adolescents (Law 1098 of 2006 ) of Act 30 of 1986 drug prevention , Act 133 of 1994 , Freedom of Worship , Act 715 of 2001 Constitutional Court rulings on education .

ARTICLE 7 . OBJECTIVES OF THE MANUAL OF LIVING

1. Facilitate the development of activities and relationships of people who interact within a democratic , responsible and caring .

2 . Determine the guidelines , standards and criteria to guide the behavior of the learner.

3 . Being in the student a sense of recognition and to accept corrective criticism to lead his faults in accordance with laid down in this manual.

4 . Publicize the lines of authority , communication channels , the commitments , the functions of the different classes of the College relating to the management of a given situation .

5 . Provide mechanisms to reconcile interests and ensure the achievement of targets within a critical environment , tolerant and inclusive .

CHAPTER II
GOVERNMENT SCHOOL

ARTICLE 8 . The Student Government is comprised of :

1. The Board : As governing body , participation of the educational community and academic and administrative facility.

The board is composed of :

a. The Chancellor, who presides .
b . Two representatives of teachers
c . Two representatives of parents
d. A student representative
e. A representative of the alumni
f . A representative of the productive sector

2 . The Academic Council : As a higher court to participate in the Learning of the establishment, is composed of the Chancellor who chairs , coordinators , a teacher for each area defined in the curriculum of the school and a primary school teacher for each school day .

3 . The Rector : As a representative of the establishment to the education authorities and executing school governance decisions .

ARTICLE 9. MECHANISMS OF DEMOCRATIC PARTICIPATION OF PARENTS AND SCHOOL STUDENTS IN GOVERNMENT

AGENCIES AND FUNCTIONS

Students in preschool , primary, secondary , Media and Night , participate in Student Council elections and student representatives and parents participate in the election of representatives to the evaluation committees , the board of parents and the parents' association family within the first 60 school days each year.

1. Student Council : The Student Council is the highest collegiate and warrant the continued exercise participation by students.

The Student Council shall consist of :

A student representative from preschool to third grade and one representative from each of the grades four through eleven.

The functions of the Student Council

a. Adopt its own internal organization
b . Choose the student representatives to the Board and advise the institution in fulfilling its representation.
c . Deliberations Invite students to present initiatives on the development of student life .
d. Strengthening the institutional identity and sense of belonging.
e. Collaborate in the celebration of institutional ephemeris .
f . Represent the College to other institutions , when they deem it appropriate directives .
g . Being part of the working groups for review and adjustments Institutional Educational Project .
h . Other activities related or complementary to previous assigned by the Chancellor or competent authority .

2 . Student Personality :

The Representative of the students is responsible ( a) to promote the students' exercise of the rights and duties set out in the Constitution, the Code of Children and Adolescents and the Student Handbook . Accomplish the tasks set out in Article 94 of Law 115/94 .

Ombudsmen Section :

Are ombudsmen chosen by the students of the same section , school government will be directed to the Board of Directors to present their concerns or suggestions and those of their peers.

Role of Ombudsmen

a. To promote compliance with the rights and responsibilities of students , for which they can use internal media establishment , seek the cooperation of the student council and organize forums or other forms of deliberation.

b . Receive and evaluate complaints and grievances submitted by students on their rights and injuries that make anyone in the community about the breach of the obligations of students.

c . Submit to the Chancellor or corresponding instance requests it deems necessary to protect the rights of students and facilitate the performance of their duties .

d. When considered necessary , appeal to the Board of Directors of the Chancellor decisions on requests submitted through them .

3 . The Assembly of Representatives of course Section:

It shall consist of representatives of each section chosen course by their peers.

Functions of the Assembly of Representatives of Section

a. Serve as a means of communication between administrators , teachers and students .

b . To inform the actions affecting school development.

c . Promote student participation in events that are programmed and require disclosure.

4 . Evaluation Committees :
 
The Academic Council shall constitute committees Assessment involving parents .

To integrate an Evaluation Commission the parent must join the parent council .

In each section, by grade, will be formed comprising Assessment Fees : A parent appointed by the council of parents, principals of the degree and a delegate of the Rector .

Functions of the Committees of Evaluation

They are defined in Article 27 Paragraph 3 of this manual.

5 . General Assembly of Parents

The General Assembly of Parents consists of all parents in the educational establishment , who are responsible for the exercise of their rights and duties in relation to the educational process of their children. Must meet minimum mandatory twice a year by the rector .

6 . Parent Council

The Parent Council organ involvement as parents of the College, is a means to ensure the continued involvement of parents and guardians in the educational process of the establishment. It shall be composed of one delegate per degree of each of the sections , a delegate Gabriela Mistral Headquarters and Headquarters delegate Campoamor.

Functions of the Parent Council

a. Contribute to the Rector in the analysis , dissemination and use of the results of periodic evaluations of skills and state tests .

b . Require the establishment , for all its students , participate in competitions and tests conducted by the State Institute for the Promotion of Higher Education ICFES .

c . Support the artistic, scientific , technical and sports organized by the educational establishment aimed at improving the skills of students in different areas , including civic and creating a culture of legality .

d. Participate in the development of improvement plans and the achievement of the objectives.

e. Promote training of parents , aimed at developing strategies to support students , to facilitate the consolidation of learning , encourage the practice of extracurricular study habits , improve self-esteem and living environment , especially those aimed at promote the rights of children and adolescents.

f . To foster a climate of trust , understanding, integration, solidarity and consultation between all levels of the educational community.

g . Submit proposals for improving the Student Handbook under the Constitution and the Law

h . Collaborate in efforts to promote physical and mental health of students , solving learning difficulties , detection of school integration problems and improving the environment.

i . Choosing the parent who will participate in the evaluation and promotion committee and its representative to the Board .

j . Submit proposals to amend the Institutional Educational Project arising from parents , in accordance with the provisions of Articles 14,15 and 16 of Decree 1860 of 1994 .

7 . Parent Association

For all legal purposes, the parents ' association is a legal entity of private law , non-profit , which is constituted by the free and voluntary decision of parents of students enrolled in an educational institution Purposes of the Parent Association

a. Support the implementation of the education project and plan for improvement of the educational establishment .

b . Promote the construction of a climate of trust , tolerance and respect among all members of the educational community .

c . Promote training processes and update parents .

d. Supporting families and students in developing the necessary actions to improve their learning outcomes .

e. Promote among parents a culture of coexistence , peaceful resolution of conflicts , and commitment to the law.

f . Choose the representative of the Parents' Association to the Board.

g . Facilitate the resolution of individual and collective problems of children and promote actions aimed at improving their comprehensive training in accordance with the provisions of Article 315 of Decree 2737 of 1989 .

CHAPTER III
REGISTRATION , REGISTRATION, AND STAY STUDENT INDUCTION

ARTICLE 10 . REGISTRATION

Given the institutional philosophy , students aspiring to be part of this educational community , to register with the following requirements :

1. Get and fill out the registration form on the dates set by the College for the academic year concerned.

2 . Present certificates of previous grades or report card required .

3 . Present birth certificate , health card , (EPS ) , photocopy of identity and SISBEN level .

ARTICLE 11. ADMISSION

It is the act by which the College selected with educational guidance , the student who wishes to enter for the first time at the level of preschool , elementary or Media . The admission of new students is limited to the maximum number available and academically advisable .

Criteria and Requirements for Assigned Quota:

As establishment of formal education this school provides the selection criteria guided by the Ministry of National Education, the Ministry of Education of Tunja and overall Colombian Constitution and laws .

In principle every child or young person who meets the admission requirements and procedure may join this school within the timetable established by the Ministry of Education and the Municipal Education Secretariat and this institution .

All candidates for the degree Transition children must be 5 years old on the date of commencement of the school year .

To access any course the student must have an average age for the grade requested or up to 2 years of school overage except in cases of special educational needs assessed.

Have priority for admission :

1. At grade students from Transition Family Welfare Institute .

2 . Students already enrolled and completed the previous year .

3 . Students transferred from other government or private educational institution that has siblings already enrolled in this school .

4 . Students demonstrate residence transfers neighborhoods influence of school sector as Barrio Colombia , Santander, Manzanares , Toulouse , Progress seminar industry , Liberator , Patricia Villa , Villa Ines .

5 . Students from other towns who come to the city of Tunja .

To access quotas students must:

1. Register on the dates indicated by the College attaching the required documents.

2 . Appear for interview in the company of parents or authorized guardian .

3 . Being student documentation accepted by the Chancellor .

4 . The former student who has passed the grade and credit a Regular behavioral assessment will not receive registration renewal order for the following year .

5 . A student who has failed the school year and has no history of discipline and broken promises of improvement , the rector may request registration renewal order .

The students receive special educational needs also meet the following requirements :

a. That shows in their behavior :
. - Control impulses, emotions and sphincters
. - Control of aggressive and self-injurious

b . Attention span that allows to observe and capture what happens around them , follow instructions and understand simple experiments .

c . Working with sufficient independence and / or a relative monitoring .

d. Having acceptable social behavior .

ARTICLE 12. REGISTRATION

Registration is the administrative act is performed only once before the competent authority (Article 95 of Law 115 of 1994 ) , by which the applicant admitted as a student acquires . Upon enrollment , accepts and agrees to comply with the Student Handbook Student and other provisions issued by the College .

PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION OF NEW STUDENTS

The registration should be made by the student personally accompanied by parents . When the presence of parents is impossible, it may represent one guardian authorized by them, to have personal conditions for representation , accepted by the College, to assist in situations where the institution required or requested , confirming the Thus accepting the responsibility that this act implies .

There may be guardians : school teachers , administrative staff , operational , students and minors , except in special cases approved by the rector .

Registration should be made in the calendar set by the College for this purpose.

Submit the following documents :

1. Registration Order
2 . Report Card last year
3 . Peace and unless the school of origin
4 . Report SIMAT transfer issued by the school of origin
5 . Certificates of previous years studies from fifth grade.
6 . Copy the observer completed a senior .
7 . Birth certificate autographed original or notary or registrar
8 . Identity
9. Evidence of the Health Promoting Company which he is affiliated . ( E.P.S. ) or ( A.R.S )
10 . Carné Sisben level (if affiliated )
11. Vaccine license under 8 years

ARTICLE 13. LICENSE RENEWAL

The renewal of registration is the administrative act by which the former student enrolled renews its character for a period of one year.

PROCEDURE FOR RENEWAL OF REGISTRATION, FORMER STUDENTS

The student must RENEW REGISTRATION old personally , accompanied by parent or guardian authorized in the schedule set by the College , performing with daily uniform with the following documents :

1. Registration Renewal Order
2 . Report Cards
3 . Paz y Salvo of the College
4 . Photocopy of identity ( over 7 years )
5 . Evidence of the health promoter who is affiliated to the EPS or A.R.S
6 . Carné Sisben level (if affiliated )
7 . vaccine license under 8 years

ARTICLE 14. INDUCTION

Induction is a process of support that aims to show students a comprehensive view of institutional life , information about the curriculum and its interaction with academic and administrative units .

The induction is scheduled in the first weeks of the academic school year for students entering the institution and provides knowledge of mission, vision, school emblems , Valencista student profile , curriculum , school history and daily routine administrative and physical plant, explanation of each department of the college to which the student is entitled : Polifuncional , library, computer rooms , laboratories, student cafeteria , auditorium , video rooms , reading room , nursing, sports areas , parks . Service of Personal Data .

Paragraph: when the student enters the school extemporaneously director group will accompany you in this process.

ARTICLE 15. STAY

For the student to keep your place at the College , is committed to:

    1. Maintain good academic performance accompanied by good behavior

    2 . Comply with the standards set forth in the Student Handbook .

    3 . Honoring commitments Improvement and / or disciplinary acquired by him and his parents with teachers and principals .

CHAPTER IV
INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT SYSTEM STUDENTS

ARTICLE 16. EVALUATION CRITERIA AND PROMOTION

Institutional Building System Student Assessment ( SIEE ) the College is based on the pursuit of quality , evidenced in the achievement of the purposes of education , consistent with our mission and vision .

Evaluation is a learning strategy based on the planning and therefore quality , which consists of measuring or estimating the achievements of the student in terms of their overall training .

Learning assessment is an ongoing process , comprehensive , systematic , interpretive , participatory and training that allows to know the whole process of student development for:

1. Identify personal characteristics , interests, learning styles and rhythms

2 . Assess the potential , talents , skills and specific skills

3 . Recognizing the difficulties , shortcomings and limitations.

4 . Get information to redirect or strengthen teachers' pedagogical practices .

5 . Promote, certify and accredit students.

6 . Determine obtaining achievements , competencies and performance defined in the Institutional Educational Project .

7 . Defining progress in the construction and acquisition of knowledge.

8 . Encourage and reinforce values ​​and attitudes.

ARTICLE 17. PROMOTION

1. It is defined in all degrees of Transition, Basic Elementary , Basic Secondary Section Nocturnal Media and Adult Education .
2 . The school in each subject area or select the standards defined achievements , indicators of achievement, skills , performance and knowledge fundamental to the promotion.
3 . The student must pass all areas of each grade.

ARTICLE 18. EARLY PROMOTION

A student may be promoted early to finish the first period of the school year . The Academic Council , consent of parents , recommend to the Board early promotion to the next grade student who obtains high performance (4.0 to 4.5) or higher ( 4.6 to 5.0 ) in each of the areas and their behavior is excellent.

The decision will be recorded in the minutes of the Board and , if positive, the rating School Register .
The valuations of the first period obtained by the student in advance promoted , shall fall to the extent promoted and the first period of the next grade.

ARTICLE 19. RETENTION OF A DEGREE

Be considered for any degree disapproval of the following situations :

1. Learners with low performance final assessment in two or more areas.

3 . Pupils who have stopped attending more than fifteen percent ( 15 % ) of academic activities in two or more areas, in this case, the final assessment of low performance area will be one point zero ( 1.0 ) .

An area composed of several subjects , it fails a total failure when the failure of the subjects that make up more than 15 % of the area's annual hourly intensity .

The written excused absence is counted as half fails.

Three . In case the student has low performance in one area, must file recovery assessment at the end of the school year and a second chance to start next year , with the head teacher or may be evaluated by a different faculty head of the area , written request to the dean or academic coordinator by the student or parent . If the area continues reprobation , the student must take and pass enrichment activities during the first period of the next school year . Through a process of leveling where achievements show . The student may enroll in the next grade.

ARTICLE 20 . VALUATION OF NATURAL SCIENCES .

Act 115 of 1994 in Article 23 defined as area : Natural Science and Environmental Education , which is composed for Media Education Level for the subjects of Physics and Chemistry.

Making use of the autonomy granted by Law 115 of 1994 in its Article 77 , the College evaluates Guillermo Leon Valencia Natural Sciences area for the tenth and eleventh grade as follows :

In each period is evaluated independently Physics and Chemistry and the end of the year only two subjects are averaged for a final assessment .

ARTICLE 21. EVALUATION AREA AREA ENGLISH AND SPANISH LANGUAGE

The College Guillermo Leon Valencia defined in curriculum organization , independent areas Spanish Language and English , as their characteristics differ in their structure and in their methods , also the Ministry of Education has defined for them Curriculum Guidelines and Standards independently.

ARTICLE 22. DEPTH ASSESSMENT AREA OR SPECIALTY

The Bachelor with Deepening Academic : Humanities , Science or Mathematics have a deepening area composed of different subjects.

Likewise, the Technical High School with a major in Computer Science and Internet Marketing Management and Accounting and have an area of ​​expertise consists of theoretical and practical subjects .

The subjects are evaluated independently during the year and at the end , for promotional purposes , average as deepening area or specialization .

ARTICLE 23. FINAL ASSESSMENT OF A SUBJECT OR AREA

Is the average value of the four Academic Periods

ARTICLE 24. FOR PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

The criteria listed below apply when there is a professional assessment ( Psychology , Medical , Neurological and Psychiatric or other duly recognized ) of educational need to present the student.

The institution shall take into account the recommendations of the specialist determines the assessment for the development of skills in one or more areas, making the respective teaching suggestions and support processes by the campus , meeting the individual characteristics of the different population groups serving the institution.

The curriculum or academic curriculum will be the same as other students of the institution in the respective degrees , adopted minimum indicators in each area to ensure their assessment and promotion.

The Parents must provide diagnoses and medical histories of children and young people living with disabilities , exceptional talents and diverse population based institution building processes to support them

ARTICLE 25 . INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT SCALE AND ITS RESPECTIVE NATIONAL EQUIVALENT WITH .

SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE : When the student reaches the achievements , skills and knowledge proposed in the required time, showing interest, excellent performance and healthy living : from 4.6 to 5.0

HIGH PERFORMANCE : When the student surpasses the achievements with a good level of performance , presenting academic difficulty and / or coexistence: from 4.0 to 4.5

PERFORMANCE BASICS: When the student passes the required performances taking as reference the Institutional Educational Project : from 3.0 to 3.9

PERFORMANCE LOW : When the student does not exceed the required performance required : 1 to 2.9

Paragraph: Preschool level regarding assessment governed by Decree 2247 Article September 14, 1997 .

Evaluation in Preschool is an integral, systematic , continuous and quality which has among other purposes :

a. Know the development of the student and their progress .

b . Encourage the strengthening of values, attitudes , skills and habits.

c . Build on the teacher, on parents and students opportunities for reflection that allows them to redirect their pedagogical processes and take steps to overcome the circumstances that interfere with learning.

ARTICLE 26. COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES OF PERFORMANCES OF STUDENTS .

The teacher should consider the management of the following strategies to comprehensively assess students :

1. Learning to Learn :

a. Diagnostic assessments at the beginning of each year and / or at the beginning of a unit or subject it determines the level of appropriation of basic concepts and fundamental skills development in each area or subject. Fundamental decisions about leveling actions should be brought forward .

b . Short assessments at the end of classes, both oral and written, individual or group . These are used to determine the assimilation and appropriation of concepts or procedures applied to specific situations.

c . Partial assessments , both written and oral , during each period . They inquire about the state of the specific skills of each area according to curriculum development . They emphasize understanding, analytical discussion , the appropriation and application of concepts . Highlighting the process of organizing the knowledge and skills to produce alternative ways of solving problems.

d. General assessments both written and oral , made ​​at the end of a period (bimonthly , semiannually, annually ) . They investigate the global appropriation of specific skills in each area according to curriculum development . They emphasize understanding, analytical and critical discussion , the appropriation and application of concepts . Can appreciate the level of overall student achievement in each area.

e. Internal Assessment : An academic improvement strategy to appreciate the degree of overall student achievement and identify the progress of the institution. It is applied in the third academic term is 50 % of the value of this period.

f . Census or external evaluations . Are those assessments by external bodies ( ICFES , KNOW , PISA , etc. . ) .

2 . Learning to Do :
 
a. Group work : Achievements in equipment that allow students to put into play specific skills and knowledge in specific situations : roundtable forum, panel discussions , seminars , Phillips 66, and so on. , Demonstrations and labs.

b . Preparation of reports and papers, following the guidelines and guidelines established by the teacher and from established quality standards .

c . Making exhibitions , interviews and reports in which correction applied properly and requirements provided by these techniques .

d. Running workshops or meaningful activities in class, individually or in groups, with their respective sharing and feedback .

e. Complementary activities : tasks , support workshops , educational outings and consultation work with the appropriate support .

f . Full Filing and organized notebook , portfolio , file folder or work in each area, including class workshops , written evaluations and other documents evidencing the work done during the year.
 
g . Presentation of notes organized , legible handwriting and spelling (according to the level of intellectual development in which the student is )

h . Textual productions which meet certain communicative intentions that demonstrate the level reached in the appropriation of concepts and the development of specific skills and abilities of each area.

Three . Learning to Be and Learning to Live Together :

a. The self-assessment done by the student at the end of each period or at other times of the educational process .

b . The peer assessment and student teacher performing on various academic processes .

c . The record of observations that fill out the form teachers in their respective comprehensive evaluation .

d. The observer records the student's progress reports tracking each term and interviews with parents or guardians .

e. The observation and recording of the attitudes and behaviors that demonstrate the evaluation system.

f . The student participation in the activities of human, group address human development workshops and sharing, among others.

ARTICLE 27. FOLLOW ACTIONS TO IMPROVE THE PERFORMANCES OF STUDENTS DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR .

Our organization is focused on active learning in which the student is the center of learning. The evaluation is seen as motivating and remedial , takes into account the learning processes and is cooperative because it involved teachers , students and parents.

1. Actions to be developed by the teacher.

a. Reflect on area meetings on the implementation of the curriculum , teaching and assessment criteria specific to different areas and strategies for improvement.

b . Use evidence to assess the cognitive, socio- affective , and psychomotor skills development and skills improvement in student performance .

c . Uses assessment strategies to promote self-assessment, peer assessment , hetero -evaluation to argue the final evaluation.

d. Identify the weaknesses of students in the areas reproved for academic improvement plan appropriate and consistent with the needs and interests of them .

e. Promotes and maintains a dialogue with parents and the student , in order to submit evaluation reports for each period and plan support activities for overcoming weaknesses and agreed commitments considering the causes that affect learning.

f . Make curricular adaptations for special needs students .

2 . Student Action .

a. Get advice and support of teachers or subject area when low performance persists to overcome the weaknesses in learning and develops recovery activities .
b . Proposes actions for their own improvement plan
c . Complies with the recommendations and commitments made to overcome their weaknesses during the period.

3 . Shares of the evaluation committees :

The Academic Council will form committees of Evaluation.

The evaluation committees will be formed in order to define the evaluation and promotion of students and make recommendations for strengthening and improvement activities for students with handicaps .

According to the features of College Assessment Committees will be formed integrated by course directors , a representative of the leadership which can be: the Coordinator ( a) , the section Psicoorientadora , or ( a) teacher who has no direction of course but which directs class in one of the grades corresponding to the respective committee and a representative of parents.

In each section of the College operate a commission for each grade. Teachers of Gabriela Mistral and Campoamor offices sit on the committees with other primary teachers in their respective day .

The functions of assessment committees as follows:

a. Analyze the academic performance of each student in charge at the end of each term .

b . Establish who the top performing students , high , basic and low , based on the statistics that delivers the College .

c . Tell , in general , reinforcement and improvement plans for those who submit low performance in areas or subjects to be considered in the following period .

d. Identify and analyze cases of persistent superior performance or achievements bass performance and recommend necessary pedagogical activities to broaden , deepen outperform cases or suggest the academic council early promotion and low performance should recommend learning activities necessary to achieve improvement.

e. Addressing the claims of parents and students for evaluation and promotion .

4 . Actions Educational Support Team .

a. Make personalized categorization and special cases persist in low performance in learning and support the process.

b . To guide teachers to conduct the proposed methodologies and teaching Teaching and Learning .

c . Contents emotional support experiential workshops for students and parents.

d. Make the accompaniment of educational process of students with special educational needs and exceptional talents and diverse populations.

5 . Shares of the Executives Teachers:

a. Convene meetings with teachers , parents and students who persist in carrying on in three or more areas, to inform and guide them on the proposed improvement plan for teachers and students.

b . Establish and enforce schedules and activities for parents and students.

c . Oversee planned by teachers agree with what was done .

June . Actions Parents or guardians legally recognized :

a. Attend the institution when requested by teachers, administrators and provide permanent support in the recovery activities for all of the different areas or subjects .

b . Promote family friendly environments .

c . Provide the necessary materials for the development of academic activities

ARTICLE 28. SELF EVALUATION PROCESS OF STUDENTS :

We understand the continuum of self self-reflection, analysis and improvement of academic quality that allows the student 's responsibility to educate , evaluate , critique, and reflect on their own learning process . This exercise conducted by the students themselves what benefits for:

1. Know and be aware of their individual progress in the teaching-learning process .
2 . Accountable for their activities , while developing in them the ability to self-discipline.
3 . Motivate and reinforce learning as deeply and broadly studied in school.
4 . Enabling student autonomy and self-direction .

For the process to be effective self-evaluation should be aware that the assessment criteria are :
a. Agreed : Between teachers and students
b . Clear and explicit : Statements at the beginning of each period or activity.
c . Relevant : Linked to the goals of the standards
d. Public: All of the course students know and understand .

It is the Academic Coordinator and Section Coordinators verify compliance by teachers self-assessment strategies in each area.

It is important to make a feedback process based on the result of the assessments to allow students to develop actions to correct or improve next performances .

ARTICLE 29. SUPPORT STRATEGIES FOR OVERCOMING WEAKNESSES AND SITUATIONS RETHINK OUTSTANDING STUDENT TEACHING .

1. Recoveries

Based on the statistical results of the four periods will be published the list of students who must retrieve one or two areas or subjects .

All students involved in the list of teachers receive recoveries of each of the areas or subjects to recover , guidance or tools to perform within such reinforcement and procedures .

At the end of the process , the results obtained by the students are listed in the newsletter in the box recovery and secretary relevant files .

2 . leveling

When a student is admitted from another school and present diagnostic evaluations academic difficulties , the teacher or subject area will provide support and reinforcement process to level the student.

3 . Validations

When the institution supports a student from another school and find that this is not attended any area or subject , it will provide a mandatory validation process for the student.

ARTICLE 30. ACTIONS TO ENSURE THAT THE DIRECTORS TEACHERS AND TEACHERS MEET EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT EVALUATIVE PROCESS CONTAINED IN INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT SYSTEM

1. Design and implement monitoring and control indicators in planning and evaluation.
2 . Include in the IEP and behavior manual Institutional System of Student Assessment .
3 . Socialize institutional evaluation system adopted by the institution students .
4 . To guide, accompany and track teachers in the implementation of the evaluation process .

ARTICLE 31. THE FREQUENCY OF DELIVERY REPORTING TO PARENTS .

At the end of each of the four ( 4) periods of the school year , parents receive a written report on the valuation realizes that the progress of students in the learning process in each of the areas . With the final report will be given a booster program for students who had Low Performance in one or two areas leaving a record of the notification to the student and parent.

ARTICLE 32 . STRUCTURE OF REPORTS OF STUDENTS .

The reports contain quantitative and qualitative assessments , recording absences by areas or subjects in each period and assessment of achievement indicators views.

ARTICLE 33 . THE INSTANCE , PROCEDURES AND MECHANISMS OF ATTENTION AND CLAIM RESOLUTION OF PARENTS AND STUDENTS ON ASSESSMENT AND PROMOTION .

When a student and / or parent or guardian legally recognized , need to make a claim relating to the evaluation and / or promotion of a student can go to the Section Coordinator , Academic Coordinator or Chancellor to be oriented in the process to be followed and if it is necessary to address these instances :

1. Teaching Area
2 . Evaluation and Promotion Commission
3 . Academic Council

The procedure for filing a claim :

1. Present verbal request and attach evidence to full professor of the course , who will respond and resolve in a timely manner the student's request . The process will begin at the time that the student knows the partial or final assessment .

2 . If not satisfactorily addressed your verbal request , the student and parent or guardian legally recognized , ratified a written request to the same owner allegando relevant evidence and will respond within two (2) business days.

3 . If the teacher does not give timely and satisfactory response , the parent or legal guardian and the student recognized submitted the complaint to the Assessment of the Degree Committee concerned for an an analysis of the grounds for disapproval of the area ( s ) . The Commission will ask the teacher to the area ( s ) referred ( s ) to perform ( n ) a written and demonstrated , where the causal made ​​are Performance Low. The request will be resolved within two ( 2) business days following notification Academic Evaluation Commission of the teacher concerned.

4 . In case of appeal or any other proceedings brought against any of the instances must be submitted in writing to the Academic Board within two (2) academic days from the date of notification of the judgment . This will finally decide on the claims submitted by students and parents in relation to the assessment and promotion.

ARTICLE 34 . MECHANISMS OF EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING SYSTEM ASSESSMENT OF STUDENTS

In order to give full participation to the educational community of the College in building the institutional system of student evaluation , we performed the following activities and actions :

1. Initially socialized Decree 1290 of 2009 at Board level , Academic Council and Committee Meeting Facilitator Teachers Executives in order to realize their dissemination strategies and their analysis .

2 . He did the reading and analysis of the Decree with students, parents, faculty and staff , that we know and can give suggestions .

3 . Conducted surveys , aimed at the entire educational community , related to the new system of student assessment .

4l . Exchanged with principals, coordinators and other persons or entities that may offer comments, additions or suggestions to the draft SIEE

5 . Once achieved mechanisms Educational Community participation was defined , adopted and disseminated by the Government School , the SIEE , to be implemented from 2010.

CHAPTER V
SPURS

ARTICLE 35 . The College will award the following stimuli in the levels of preschool , primary and secondary :

1. Honors for the two top students in each course.

2 . Authorization to represent the school in sporting, cultural , scientific and ecological . To represent the school the student must observe Excellent performance and excellent academic performance.

3 . Honorable mention to the 20 students of the educational establishment that obtained the best scores on state tests .

4 . Honorable Mention for the two top students and Cycle Eleventh Grade six

5 . Honorable Mention for the best Bachelor 's College which will be selected taking into account the academic performance and the following criteria:

a. Best academic results in the Eleventh Grade .

b . If their behavior was assessed with Excellent .

c . Best score ICFES

d. In case of a tie , we will analyze the academic performance and behavior from 5th Primary independent studies you have attended .

6 . Honorable Mentions for outstanding academic work , sports and culture presented in different events.

7 . Other established by the Board of Directors.

CHAPTER VI
ACADEMIC COMPLEMENT OUTPUTS

ARTICLE 36 . DEFINITION AND REQUIREMENTS

Are those that are made to know in real or simulated , phenomena, objects , labs , historical sites , archeological , commercial , technological, academic interest , which are important for students to understand and entrenched concepts and skills addressed in each areas .

The realization of complementary educational outings different degrees , areas, insights and specialties, are an incentive , under the agreement that came about with the educational community . These outputs are held throughout the year until a week before the end of October.

They shall be subject to prior fulfillment of the following requirements :

1. Include the complementary output of the College on schedule to begin each year , for approval by the Academic and managerial advice .
    
2 . The exit plan should be developed by the teachers responsible for the activity , reviewed by the Coordinator ( a) of Section and submitted to the dean for approval and information to the municipal education secretary . This procedure will take at least two weeks prior to the departure .

The exit plan will include a security protocol that defines the rules for the protection of participants and compliance officers in each of the activities taking place in the respective complementary output .

3 . The project also must contain:
 
a. Job -compassionate signed by the Coordinator ( a) of Section .

b . Output project signed by the responsible teachers and business advisory , should be hired , which must contain the standards it develops, itinerary, tour map and guide the student.

c . Copy of the contract with the carrier .

d. Compulsory insurance of vehicles, property card and valid driver's license .

e. Authorization of parents and / or guardians of the child.

f . Budget revenues and expenses.

g . List of students and chaperones .

h . Security protocol .

i . Mechanical technical review vehicles

4l . After the exit of teachers responsible for the activity , presented to the rector , in writing , within a period not exceeding three days , a report that includes evaluation of the activities and financial aspects .

5 . The complementary outputs are needed to strengthen the knowledge required greater involvement of students in the course taking into account the following conditions:

a. Not having disciplinary process coordination.

b . Cancel the entire output value two weeks prior to the date of departure.

c . A student who for good reason unable to attend and to report back the output will be returned the money to the parent.

d. The outputs will be in Grades transition , Fifth (5th) , Ninth (9th ) and tenth (10th) and Section Nocturna may exit Cycles 4 and 5.

The outputs of the fifth and ninth grades will be made by the social sciences area , the outputs of the place 10th grade deepening area or specialty. For the eleventh grade camps will be organized by the area of ​​religion .

EXCURSIONS

The College does not issue or authorize recreational or administrative teachers to organize them.


CHAPTER VII
COMMITMENTS

ARTICLE 37 . ACADEMIC COMMITMENTS

1. Understand, analyze and enforce national educational policies , municipal and listed in the IEP.

2 . To know, to start the school year , the curriculum , achievements , methodological strategies , literature , standards , evaluation forms and other elements necessary for the effective development of the teaching-learning process .

3 . Participate actively, critically and responsibly in the construction of knowledge .

4 . Provided books, materials and other items essential to the development of different areas.

5 . Reply in the learning process , seeking to obtain excellent results in each of the academic areas .

6 . Assume responsibility and honesty with the activities , jobs and academic assessments .

7 . Participate in scientific , cultural and sports on behalf of the school , where designated .

8 . Be highlighted and / or paced special events , evaluative stimuli or in areas or allied subjects, by participating in events that highlight the good name of the institution.

9. Using , appropriately and responsibly , library services , Internet , and specialized classrooms , sports fields, cafeteria, restrooms and nursing , accepting the provisions of relevant regulations .

10 . Properly using free time for personal growth .

11. Arrangements with the teacher owner, within five working days of the absence , the date and time of the assessments not submitted by excused absence.

ARTICLE 38 . COMMITMENT OF ASSISTANCE

1. Attend punctually fulfilling the schedule for each day or when required for activities, sports and cultural convened by the school .

2 . Process permit duly justified by the parent or authorized guardian before the respective ( a) coordinator ( a) of section . You will have up to three ( 3) business days for submission of the respective excuse .

3 . For the student representatives to the Board , Student Council and Ombudsmen , when in compliance activities of his office , or students to develop academic, cultural and sports activities in school representation duly authorized by the Coordinator ( a) of Section or Rector , they are not counted absences to class and assessment should be present at a later date agreed with the professor.

ARTICLE 39 . COMMITMENTS OF DISCIPLINE

1. Understand, accept and comply with the rules of the Student Handbook .

2 . Be heard and oriented before being penalized .

3 . Appear neat permanently with haircut and shave in accordance with hygiene and aesthetics.

4 . Porting daily uniform properly and Physical Education as models .

5 . Permanently Porting student card for easy identification in the various activities of the college . In case of loss apply defraying the value doubled .

6 . Facilitate personal requisitions and its elements , by the coordinator (s) , director (s) of group or other person authorized in special cases , thus guaranteeing their integrity.

7 . Report promptly to the principal (s) of group coordinator ( a) , rector , any abnormality in behavior or inappropriate attitudes from peers, teachers, or administrators .

8 . Can arrange activities on behalf of the College with permission of the Rector .

9. Bring in a timely and accurate , the information provided by teachers and administrators to parents so that they become present when required.

10 . Meet the sanctions that were imposed by incurring the violation against this Student Handbook Student .

ARTICLE 40 . SOCIAL COMMITMENTS

1. I respect all fundamental rights including due process.

2 . Receive and respectful and friendly to all members of the educational community .

3 . Studying human conditions , physical , environmental and appropriate teaching .

4 . Adopt a responsible , critical and participatory in the activities planned by the school , showing interest , order and discipline .

5 . Be heard in solving their problems , initiatives and concerns , following the regular channels as well : teacher , director (s) of course coordinator ( a) of section or academic Psicoorientadora , leadership , academic council and board of directors .

6 . Express your opinions in a free, respectful and know your rights around academic or disciplinary process that may affect it. Should be heard directly or through a parent or guardian . Recording in the Student Observer his discharge and commitments.

7 . Timely present concerns , projects and suggestions aimed at improving the institution through representatives : of course , Ombudsmen , Student Council , Parent Council , Parents' Association , the club representatives and Cultural .

8. Value and respect the rights and property themselves or others , preventing theft , slander , threats, moral or physical intimidation their peers and the community at large .

9. Elect and be elected to the School Governance and participate in a free and responsible committees , clubs or associations that seek to improve the quality academic, athletic , cultural and social .

10 . Solidarity with human suffering of any member of the school community in cases of calamities , disasters, accidents and generally against the misfortunes that life holds particular.

11. Behaving in and out of school with dignity and decorum so as not to compromise their own prestige or Institution .

12. Respect symbols and national emblems and school .

ARTICLE 41 . RELIGIOUS COMMITMENT

1. The student has the right to religious education .

2 . The College offers religious education Catholic content , because the Catholic Church is providing the service through teachers recognized by it as suitable and falling educational demand made ​​by most parents .

3 . The acts that threaten the physical, mental and moral members of the educational community and running under the guise of religion are outside the protection and assurance that the College provides religious rights.

4 . College Student and undertake to respect the beliefs , values ​​and religious expressions of the members of the educational community .

5 . Students whose parents have stated at the time of enrollment will not receive their education and religious attendance , participate in alternative activities by training , scheduled by the institution. Failure to do so at the time of enrollment to the institution will assume that parents are welcome to freely take their children 's education and religious assistance to the College is providing .

ARTICLE 42 . COMMITMENTS SPORTS

To be selected in any of the sports and represent the campus at the municipal , provincial or national level, the student must meet the following requirements:

1. His academic performance should be with a GPA less than 3.2

2 . No disciplinary proceedings should be second or third instance .

3 . Staying current with the topics covered in the return areas of skills, arrange the presentation of evaluations conducted in his absence with full professor .

4 . Adequately carry corresponding uniforms , both for competitions and outside them .

5 . Maintain exemplary behavior on stage and in the other places where you are participating.

6 . Leading sports activities of her grade and section.

CHAPTER VIII
DISCIPLINARY SYSTEM

ARTICLE 43 . DISCIPLINARY OFFENSES

It is a disciplinary offense and leads to the imposition of a sanction , the act or omission that violates commitments or rights abuse .

The faults are classified according to their nature and effects personal or collective level , the characteristics and circumstances of the act , to the motives and determinants of student disciplinary records : FAULTS AND serious offenses .

FAULTS

1. Using a careless uniforms and inadequate.

2 . Promote or contribute to upsetting own academic work of another group or day .

3 . Being late for community events or academic activities .

4 . Breaching homework and scheduled by teachers and / or academic activities outside the area or class in which you are participating .

5 . Truancy or unauthorized acts of community being present at school or not attending school unreasonably .

6 . Callar on acts against school life .

7 . Sell ​​products of any kind within the school premises .

8 . Threatening nature causing injury to living beings , the waste of water and let debris out of containers assigned for collection.

9. Do not carry or misuse of student identification .

10 . Skip and retain information for parents or guardians regarding meetings or verbal or written quotations .

11. Uttering any threats to members of the community.

12. Slandering or defaming by any means.

13. Physical assault , verbal or psychologically to any member of the educational community .

14. Employ bad manners as: arrogance , swearing, ridicule or contempt for teachers and administrators .

15. Starring , encourage or stimulate collective acts of disorder or ignorance ( fights or brawls ) , in-school or out of wearing the uniform .

16. Consuming or possessing within the school or community events : cigarettes , alcoholic beverages , drugs , psychotropic substances or other products harmful to health.

17. Carrying and using weapons, sharp short elements , blunt or explosives with them intimidating or threatening any member of the educational community .

18. Try Bribing or bribe members of the educational community .

19. Porting practice pornographic or indecent .

20 . Come to school or community events intoxicated or with evidence of having taken psychotropic substances .

21. To conform or bring to school gangs to threaten or intimidate any member of the community or to perform criminal acts

22. Practicing witchcraft, Satanism , witchcraft or induce these activities within the College .

23. Cover up misconduct by colleagues or interfere with investigations by the relevant authorities.

24. Wearing the school uniform in public places such as billiards , clubs , taverns , casinos , businesses that sell liquor or similar .

25 . Causing damage to the physical plant , furniture, equipment , school documents , belongings teachers or their peers or any other property that is within the institution.

26. Commit any fraud .

27. Taking the name of the institution , without permission of the rector , for walks , raffles , cultural events , sports, or anything else that involves collecting money for group or personal .

28. Conduct or participate in games of chance where money bets mediate .

29. Hindering entering the academic work outside their school day without permission.

30. Entering or leaving the college or his premises and places unauthorized times .

31. Subtract belongings of the members of the school community or school premises , regardless of value .

32 . Prevent personal requisitions or elements .

ARTICLE 44 . serious offenses

These are behaviors that seriously injures the integrity of people and school institutions .

1. Any type of physical or verbal aggression or Teachers Executives .
2. Physical aggression to partners who generate medical disability certified by competent authority.
3 . Sale or distribution of psychoactive substances within the school.
4 . Perform in-school sex
5 . Making sexually abusive act that threatens the integrity , privacy , morality and good manners of the students within the school.
6 . Any other act or omission in view of the directives of the College, affects or seriously jeopardizes school life , or the good name of the school .

ARTICLE 45 . CORRECTIVE ACTIONS :

Are those that are directed to the student's education , which aim to correct the behavior and avoid penalties .

Criteria to achieve a corrective action

1. Clarity of fact to be assessed.

2 . Study of the circumstances of the act .

3. Identify the severity of the offense.

4 . Allow the student to reflect on the state to recognize the problem and to offer solutions .




   
  




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