Governmental schools instructed their students to adhere to the morning hours and not be late for the first lesson, in order to avoid being subjected to a 4 degree deduction from the student behavior list, stressing the importance of wearing school uniforms in real education or distance learning, stressing the adoption of positive behavior, as well as the commitment of students to learning. remotely with their student behavior list.
The schools confirmed that the students’ code of conduct will come into effect starting next week, and will focus on phones, school uniforms, morning delays, and hair extensions.
In turn, the Ministry of Education identified the places for selling school uniforms, and demanded that those who did not find the appropriate size to inform the Student Affairs Department, so that requests would be submitted to the concerned authority.
Schools have recently circulated to their students a number of procedures that entail deducting a number of behavior degrees in the event of a violation of the regulation, to deal with behavioral violations in government schools and private schools that implement the curriculum of the Ministry of Education at the state level, the most prominent of which was the prevention of bringing and using the mobile phone inside schools. and classrooms or school parties, as well as non-compliance with the school uniform.
The Student Behavior Management Regulation issued for the 2021-2022 academic year stressed the prohibition of bringing a mobile phone and using it inside schools, classrooms or school parties, as this violation is classified as a serious third-degree violation, and a student is deducted 12 degrees of behavior in In the event of committing such a violation, in addition to informing the guardian, and if the violation is repeated, the student will be suspended from study and the competent authorities will be informed of the matter.
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