Falcon Academy

Rules and Regulations

1.   Arrival time

Ø  Students of the academy should arrive before 8:00 AM in the morning and should go home before 3:30 PM in the afternoon.

Ø  Nursery students have to arrive at the time mentioned above they are expected to go home at 12:30 PM in the afternoon. As the academy does not offer sleep service for nursery students, parents shall pick their children at the assigned time.

Ø  The school will not be responsible for those students in the school compound before 1:45 AM in the morning.

Ø  The school will not be responsible for those students who are found the schools compound after 4:00 PM in the afternoon.

2.   Absenteeism

Ø  It is expected that all students attend all the days in the academic year, however if sickness or any other cases deprive a student from attending classes; parents should inform the office with documents from a Doctor or viable explanations.

3.   Parent’s conference day

Ø  At the end of each quarter of the academic year, Yeneta will have a conference day with parents. The purposes of these quarterly conferences are to present opportunities for parents to talk to teachers about each student’s academic and behavioral progresses.

Ø  And report card will be given on the same day. Hence, we expect every parent to attend these conferences, as the academy will not give report cards to anyone except parents or guardians.


4.   Uniform Rules

Ø  Nursery students do not require wearing uniform.

Ø  Each student (from LKG up to Grade 8) should have at least 2 appropriate uniforms (Blue) that should be worn each day of the academic year.

Ø  Students without uniforms are not allowed in the premises.

Ø  Uniforms have to be neat and orderly.

Ø  If students arrive to school with torn or dirty uniforms, parents will be advised to take their children back home to adjust the uniforms.

Ø  Each student should have a sport kit (white t-shirts with a blue short and sneakers) for sport activities during PE classes. If a student comes without his/her sport kits, she/he will not be allowed to participate in sport activities.

Ø  Parents shall mark the initials letter of their child/children’s names on the uniform vests.

Ø  For students of grade 9 and 10 our school uniform is Blue strip shirt with Blue-black sweater vest with Blue-black sweater.

Ø  For their own safety students are always required to wear closed shoes at all.

5.   Break and Lunch time Rules

Ø  Parents of Nursery, LKG, UKG and Grade One students; should make sure to send their breaks, lunches and drinks to school. The school will attend during their feeding time.

Ø  Students from Grade 4 up to Grade 10 will only have lunch time in the school and the school will not attend during their feeding time (except some special cases appear on the students).


6.   Communication with Parents

Ø  A communication book is sent home with child every day.

Ø  Every home work is written in the communication book and each night parents should check the communication book and make sure the student has done the home work.

Ø  There will be notices from the school and teachers’ comments are written in the communication book daily.

Ø  Parents are expected to read these comments and respond by giving feedback and suggestions or any special information about the child/children.

Ø  Parents should always follow up the communication book of their child/children and check home works, class works, tests, teacher’s comments, and letters from office.

Ø  Parents can also comment and sign every day on the communication book. 

7.   Birthday Parties

Ø  Parents of nursery, LKG and UKG are allowed if they want to celebrate their child/children birthday party in the school.

Ø  During birthday parties, only drinks equivalent to the number of children in the class and a cake are allowed for the party.

8.   School Supplies

Ø  Parents should make sure that their child/children come to school with all the necessary stationary materials like: exercise books, text books, pencils, sharpeners, rubbers and rulers.

Students are issued picture ID Cards. These cards are the official form of identification at school and must be in your possession at all times. You will not be able to use the school library or go on school trips without them. They must be presented when you enter the building and to staff members upon request. Lost or misplaced ID cards must be replaced immediately


Every student will receive a copy of the Citywide Standards of Conduct and Uniform Disciplinary Measures (the Chancellor\'s Discipline Code) at the beginning of the school year. The teacher, the student and the principal can handle most school problems. Occasionally, parents will be involved. As part of the school program, students will learn how to handle conflict without violence.

Regular attendance is necessary for academic success. The only legal reasons for absences are: personal or family illness, death in the family, religious observance, required court appearances and school approved supervised trips. Students who are absent for any reason must bring an absence note upon returning to school. If the absence was caused by illness, the note should be written and signed by the attending physician.

One of the most frequent reasons for lack of success in courses is the student\'s own failure to get to the class on time. Punctuality is extremely important to every youngster\'s progress. Unexcused absences take away from valuable learning time and are serious offences. Repeated lateness to school or to a subject class will require a parent conference and may result in detention or other disciplinary action.

Students who become ill during the school day may not go home except with a parent or guardian. Every student must have an \"EMERGENCY CONTACT CARD,\" with a parent\'s home and work telephone numbers on file in the office. The name, address and telephone number of a neighbor should also be included on the EMERGENCY CONTACT CARD. The school must be informed of the parent\'s wishes; for example, in serious cases, should we bring the student to the nearest hospital? [Parents must wait for the students and pick him/her up at the hospital.]

Regular attendance and participation in physical education classes is required of all students. A student may be excused from participating in activities which could endanger his/her health under written recommendation of his/her physician. If the restrictions of activities is to be for a prolonged period, the physician must specify the exact duration of the restriction, the medical reasons for the restrictions, and the types of activities that would be restricted or eliminated. Alternate work or assignment will be given to the student during that period.

Students are encouraged to use the library room  for research and quiet reading. There are special rules for borrowing books, reference materials, magazines and reserved books. Learning the use of the library and observing its rules helps develop good citizenship.


Rules of student behavior in school are for the benefit of all. Rules are developed to insure the greatest freedom to the greatest number of people. The following school rules were developed by students, faculty, and parents, in order that students may work successfully with each other and their teachers.

1.     All students are expected to show courteous behavior toward each other, faculty and staff, and visitors.

2.     Attendance and promptness to school and all classes are compulsory.

3.     Class cutting will not be tolerated.

4.     Hall traffic should move freely during passing time, and there should be no loitering in halls, bathrooms and offices.

5.     In order to promote safety, students should go only to those sections of the building where they have been scheduled.

6.     Radios, ipods, tape recorders, CD players, cameras and other electronic devices should not be brought to school.

7.     Students should not trespass at other schools.

8.     In order to avoid disorderly or dangerous situations, students should follow directions from teachers in class or other school personnel.

9.     Cursing, woofing, threatening people, fighting and attacking people are prohibited.

10.                        Gambling, stealing, and destroying property are prohibited.

11.                        Smoking in the building or on school grounds is prohibited.

12.                        Students are expected to dress appropriately for school in order that their clothes do not interfere with learning.

13.                        Drug use is not allowed. There are harsh penalties for those who use and promote the sale of any controlled substance

Students are cautioned not to bring large amount of money, phones, radios or cameras to school, and if they wear glasses, to keep track of them at all times. Students, not the school, are responsible for their personal property.

Although Cobble Hill does not (at this time) have a formal dress code, students and staff have agreed that students must be dressed in attire that is appropriate for school. Hats may not be worn in the building; girls may not wear skirts or dresses that are very short.  If the staff determines that a student\'s attire is not appropriate, the student will not be permitted to attend classes until appropriate dress is available. A parent will be called and asked to bring a change of clothes for the student.

Continuous and willful refusal to accomplish school tasks even though able to do so; insubordination; disorderly, vicious, illegal or immoral conduct, and persistent violation of school regulations are causes for suspension from school. Any violations of Chancellors Discipline Code can lead to a Principal\'s or Superintendent\'s suspension.


                            NOTE: Drug Trafficking -- For any infraction where the use or possession of alcohol or an illicit drug is for the purpose of trafficking/supplying: a) the police shall be called to investigate; b) the student(s) may be expelled (Lester B. Pearson School Board Safe and Caring Schools Policy).

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