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1 1 MLS Prep & Sec School Student/Parent Orientation Presented By: MLS Administration, Counselors & Faculty

2 2 Student/Parent Orientation Program Back to School Back to School Our mission Our mission Teaching staff Teaching staff General School Regulations General School Regulations School Disciplinary Code School Disciplinary Code Conduct Conduct Possession and dress code Students In Action Exams and Quizzes Field trips and Festivals School -Home Relations Role of Parents

3 Back to School 3

4 Our mission Our mission is to develop young men and women with active and creative minds, a sense of understanding and compassion for others. We stress the total development of each child: spiritual, moral, intellectual, social, emotional, and physical. 4

5 5 Teaching Staff (1 st and 2 nd Prep) Mrs. Hala Labib Mrs. Hala Labib Mr. Haitham Mahmoud Mr. Haitham Mahmoud Mr. Gamal EL Leithy Mr. Gamal EL Leithy Mr. Mohamed Ramadan Mr. Mohamed Ramadan Mrs. Amira Emam Mrs. Amira Emam Mrs. Samah Salah Mrs. Samah Salah Mr.Hatem Sharaf Mr.Hatem Sharaf Mr.Ahmed Abdel Raouf Mr.Ahmed Abdel Raouf Mrs. Safaa El Abd Mrs. Safaa El Abd Mr. Mahmoud El Ghazawy Mr. Mahmoud El Ghazawy Mr. Khaled Saad Mr. Khaled Saad Mr. Shafeeq Heshmat Mr. Shafeeq Heshmat Mr. Amr Mostafa Mr. Amr Mostafa

6 6 Teaching Staff (3 rd Prep) Mrs. Mariam Nabih Mrs. Mariam Nabih Mrs. Ghada Azzam Mrs. Ghada Azzam Mr. Gadallah Besheir Mr. Gadallah Besheir Mr. Yasser El-Hawary Mr. Yasser El-Hawary Mrs. Amira Emam Mrs. Amira Emam Mrs. Samah Salah Mrs. Samah Salah Mr. Hatem Sharaf Mr. Hatem Sharaf Mr. Ahmed Abdel Raouf Mr. Ahmed Abdel Raouf Mr. Mahmoud El Ghazawy Mr. Mahmoud El Ghazawy Mr. Khaled Saad Mr. Khaled Saad Mr. Shafeeq Heshmat Mr. Shafeeq Heshmat Mr. AbdelHamid Sobhy Mr. AbdelHamid Sobhy

7 7 Teaching Staff (1 st Sec ) Mrs. Ghada Azzam Mrs. Ghada Azzam Mr. Gadallah Besheir Mr. Gadallah Besheir Mrs. Samah Salah Mrs. Samah Salah Mr. Mahmoud Medhat Mr. Mahmoud Medhat Mrs. Aliaa Tharwat Mrs. Aliaa Tharwat Mrs. Safaa El Abd Mrs. Safaa El Abd Mrs. Wafaa Sayed Mrs. Wafaa Sayed Mr. Khaled Saad Mr. Khaled Saad Mr. Faten Abdo Mr. Faten Abdo Mr. Shafeeq Heshmat Mr. Shafeeq Heshmat Mr. AbdelHamid Sobhy Mr. AbdelHamid Sobhy

8 8 Teaching Staff (2 nd Sec) Mrs. Yaldez Hassan Mrs. Yaldez Hassan Mr. Yasser El-Hawary Mr. Yasser El-Hawary Mrs. Samah Salah Mrs. Samah Salah Mr. Mahmoud Medhat Mr. Mahmoud Medhat Mr. Essam Azzam Mr. Essam Azzam Mrs. Aliaa Tharwat. Mrs. Aliaa Tharwat. Mrs. Wafaa Sayed Mrs. Wafaa Sayed Mrs. Fawkia Abo El-Ela Mrs. Fawkia Abo El-Ela Mrs. Eman Hussein Mrs. Eman Hussein Mr. Khaled Saad Mr. Khaled Saad Mrs. Faten Abdo Mrs. Faten Abdo

9 9 Teaching Staff (3 rd Sec) Mr. Mariam Nabih Mr. Mariam Nabih Mr. El-Sayed A.Halim Mr. El-Sayed A.Halim Mrs. Samah Salah Mrs. Samah Salah Mr. Hossam El Din Mr. Hossam El Din Mr. Essam Azzam Mr. Essam Azzam Mrs. Aliaa Tharwat Mrs. Aliaa Tharwat Mrs. Wafaa Sayed Mrs. Wafaa Sayed Mrs. Fawkia Abo El-Ela Mrs. Fawkia Abo El-Ela Mrs. Eman Hussein Mrs. Eman Hussein Mr. Khaled Saad Mr. Khaled Saad Mrs. Faten Abdo Mrs. Faten Abdo

10 General School Regulations 10

11 Visitors 11 No visitors are allowed on campus, including: No visitors are allowed on campus, including: Siblings Siblings Pets Pets Friends Friends

12 Transportation (Bus Rules) MLSIANS are expected to abide by a number of rules to ensure their safety on the school bus. Therefore they are expected to: 1- Stay in their seats. 2- Keep their heads and hands inside at all times. 3- Behave decently on the bus, to all present. 4- Keep the school bus cassette recorder turned off. 5- Change their bus only on the last school day of the 1 st and 2 nd term. 6- Get to the bus on time, otherwise they will miss it. 12

13 Loitering No loitering is allowed in the vicinity of the campus before, during, and after school. No loitering is allowed in the vicinity of the campus before, during, and after school. Students are not allowed on another school campus during school hours without getting an Off Campus Pass. Students are not allowed on another school campus during school hours without getting an Off Campus Pass. 13

14 Break Time Students arent allowed to place their bags in the classrooms before the school day starts. Students arent allowed to place their bags in the classrooms before the school day starts. During break time, Staying in the classroom is not permitted except upon teachers instructions and in their presence only. During break time, Staying in the classroom is not permitted except upon teachers instructions and in their presence only. 14

15 Homework Parents are kindly required to follow up the H.W assignments given. Parents are kindly required to follow up the H.W assignments given. Make sure your child has done his H.W Make sure your child has done his H.W Dont help. Dont help. Dont explain to him/ her. Dont explain to him/ her. 15

16 Homework Offence: For Students who neglect doing their H.W: Marks will be deducted every time he/ she comes to school without doing the H.W. Marks will be deducted every time he/ she comes to school without doing the H.W. If this action is repeated, the student will face detention and will be deprived of all If this action is repeated, the student will face detention and will be deprived of all activity lessons. activity lessons. Parents will be notified in writing Parents will be notified in writing on regular basis. on regular basis. 16

17 School Disciplinary Code 17

18 Absence Absence for 3 successive days: Absence for 3 successive days: 1- for illness: a medical certificate is required. 1- for illness: a medical certificate is required. 2- for travel or other emergencies: contact 2- for travel or other emergencies: contact the student affairs office for required the student affairs office for required documentation. documentation. 18

19 Tardiness Students who use private cars should Students who use private cars should be on time before the morning lines at 7:40. be on time before the morning lines at 7:40. A tardy student must report to the Headmistress office to face the following measures: A tardy student must report to the Headmistress office to face the following measures: 1 st time he/she will not attend the first lesson. 1 st time he/she will not attend the first lesson. 2 nd time he/she will not attend the first four lessons. 2 nd time he/she will not attend the first four lessons. 3 rd time he/she will be sent home and will not attend 3 rd time he/she will be sent home and will not attend any of the scheduled lessons. any of the scheduled lessons. 19

20 Conduct 20

21 Graffiti is not tolerated (on desks, walls, books, etc.) Graffiti is not tolerated (on desks, walls, books, binders, etc.) Swearing, disrespectful language, and profanity are unacceptable. Swearing, disrespectful language, and profanity are unacceptable. Fighting is not tolerated before, during, or after school. Fighting is not tolerated before, during, or after school. Use of the school phone is limited to emergencies only. Students must ask permission to use office phone and Use of the school phone is limited to emergencies only. Students must ask permission to use office phone and staff will dial the number. staff will dial the number. 21

22 Possessions and Dress Code 22

23 School Uniform Students are required to be in full school uniform daily. Students are required to be in full school uniform daily. Plain black/ white shoes of all kinds and brands Plain black/ white shoes of all kinds and brands No jewelry. No jewelry. No nail polish. No nail polish. No skinny trousers. No skinny trousers. 23

24 Cell Phones Zero Tolerance Policy Zero Tolerance Policy Cell Phones are to be turned off and stored deep into pockets or purses prior to students stepping foot on campus. At no time are they to be seen or in use while the student is on campus. Cell Phones are to be turned off and stored deep into pockets or purses prior to students stepping foot on campus. At no time are they to be seen or in use while the student is on campus. Students will face disciplinary action for violation of this rule. Students will face disciplinary action for violation of this rule. 24

25 Electronic Devices Students are not allowed to bring electronic devices to school, such as: Students are not allowed to bring electronic devices to school, such as: Audio devices (I-pods, etc…) Audio devices (I-pods, etc…) Electronic games Electronic games Laser pointers Laser pointers Cameras Cameras 25

26 Other Important Rules No dice or playing cards. No dice or playing cards. Possession or use of tobacco products is not allowed on or near campus. Possession or use of tobacco products is not allowed on or near campus. Harassment in any form (verbal, physical, or visual) will not be tolerated. Harassment in any form (verbal, physical, or visual) will not be tolerated. Swiss knives are not allowed on or in the Swiss knives are not allowed on or in the vicinity of the campus. vicinity of the campus. 26

27 Students In Action 27

28 Success Starts With The 4 As Attendance Attendance Attention Attention Attitude Attitude Achievement Achievement

29 29 Student learning contract Student learning contract Portfolio Portfolio Materials needed Materials needed Journals Journals

30 Student Council 30 It is intended to expose the students to experience self government and cooperation amongst themselves. It is intended to expose the students to experience self government and cooperation amongst themselves. Students take part in active service. Students take part in active service. The council is established following a class election. The council is established following a class election. Meetings are held during break times. Meetings are held during break times.

31 Exams and Quizzes 31

32 Weekly quizzes in all subjects. Weekly quizzes in all subjects. Secondary stages: monthly exams. Secondary stages: monthly exams. Prep stages: Midterm exams. Prep stages: Midterm exams. 32 Exams and Quizzes

33 Field Trips and Festivals 33

34 On the last Thursday of each month a festival will be held. Each festival will have a different theme. On the last Thursday of each month a festival will be held. Each festival will have a different theme. Field trips days are fixed on the school calendar. Field trips days are fixed on the school calendar. Students should wear the Students should wear the uniform on educational trip days. uniform on educational trip days. 34

35 School/ Home Relations 35

36 Parents meetings are arranged to give updated feedback to parents. Parents meetings are arranged to give updated feedback to parents. Dates for these meetings are fixed on the school calendar. Dates for these meetings are fixed on the school calendar. Urgent messages are sent to the Urgent messages are sent to the parents via the channel notebook. parents via the channel notebook. 36 Parents Meeting & Channel book

37 Individual Counseling Parents are welcome to meet the staff to discuss individual urgent matters on Wednesdays after taking appointments with the school. Parents are welcome to meet the staff to discuss individual urgent matters on Wednesdays after taking appointments with the school. Principal office hours Parents are welcome to meet the school principal for any suggestions, inquiries or complaints on Tuesdays from 10:00 am till 12:00 37

38 Role of Parents 38

39 Kindly encourage your child to read books. This will go along way in developing good communication skills & language skills. Verbal skills are as important as writing skills. Kindly encourage your child to read books. This will go along way in developing good communication skills & language skills. Verbal skills are as important as writing skills. Encourage your children to read newspapers everyday. Encourage your children to read newspapers everyday. Students must be involved in day to day Students must be involved in day to day discussions at home to update their discussions at home to update their knowledge on current affairs and general knowledge on current affairs and general knowledge. knowledge. 39

40 Parents must encourage positive attitude of children and ensure constructive interactions. Parents must encourage positive attitude of children and ensure constructive interactions. Exaggerate about your childs strengths, shower praise on him and gently highlight his/ her weaknesses. Exaggerate about your childs strengths, shower praise on him and gently highlight his/ her weaknesses. For children both of whose parents are working and even where one parent is working, it is important to spend quality time with your children. For children both of whose parents are working and even where one parent is working, it is important to spend quality time with your children. Monitor your child when they are surfing the net. Monitor your child when they are surfing the net. 40

41 41 Any Questions?


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