MSD is an effective tool for communication between the school and the family. It enables the student to organize his/her activities, and the parents to regularly keep up with their child’s schoolwork. The student must bring the School Diary to school and write down the homework in it. The teachers write in the evaluation results. They can also write in information from the school, in particular remarks about the student’s performance or behavior, or announce special events. Parents must sign the School Diary each week to acknowledge they have seen and read the information. There is a space for their comments. Particular attention should be paid to the kind, nature, and number of observations written in the School Diary. Direct dialogue enables the most complete and precise communication regarding the pupil’s school life. Parents and teachers may ask for a meeting at any time.
DFES strives to help each student under its care, to become an independent and responsible learner who is not only aware of appropriate and acceptable social behaviors but also able to monitor his / her own behavior. Beyond academic skills, we strongly emphasize the learning and development of how to make the appropriate choice about their own behavior and how to accept reasonable and logical consequences when his/her behavior may be inappropriate. Whenever a situation of inappropriate behavior occurs, the school staff or class teachers, or administrator concerned will listen to the individual student’s side of the story and then determine whether he/she has made a good or bad choice of his/her behavior. Accordingly resolves suitable follow-up actions with the hope of changing or improving his/her misbehavior.
Given below are some of the consequential actions of misbehaviors.
Progressive Discipline Case (PDC): Students who have had an excessive number of office referrals may be placed on Progressive Discipline Case(PDC) by the school administrator. This means that the misbehaviors will result in substantially more severe consequences. Parents, relatives, or local guardians will be notified of this status and warned that unless satisfactory progress is made by the student to improve behavior, a long term administrative detention will be imminent