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Policies on Discipline


Discipline is concerned with the development of internal behavior that enables individuals to manage themselves.  Every school is required by government regulations to maintain discipline and to issue disciplinary rules for strict compliance.  They are designed to develop among students the highest standard of decency, morality and good behavior.  Concrete, reasonable and fair discipline is the foundation of an effective and efficient institution.


1. School Director and Principal
The Director and the Principal articulate the NSDA Parochial School Vision-Mission and Objectives and see to it that decisions, policies and programs are aligned with the school’s philosophy.  They ensure the proper implementation of policies and procedures through proper communication.  The Director and the Principal are the final authorities and have the final decision on any offenses committed by the students.

2. Assistant Principals
The Assistant Principals supervise teachers and students in their grade/year level.  They are the extension of the principal’s authority.  They report directly to the principal about any misconduct that they have observed.  They conduct parent conference.

3. Discipline Committee
The Discipline Committee consists of the Principal, Asst. Principal, Prefect of Students, Student Affairs Coordinators, Guidance Counselors and Advisers.  They are the fact-finding body to charge of any offense/s to exclusion or expulsion.

4. Prefect of Students
The Prefect of Students is the authority in the implementation of the school policies and rules of discipline.  He/She ensures discipline in school.  Among his/her duties are to investigate and review of disciplinary cases referred by the students, parents, teachers and employees, to issue violation slip and recommendation for suspension of students, and to confiscate any unauthorized gadget.

5. Teachers, Class Advisers And Other Employees
All teachers / Advisers, school officials, security personnel and other non-teaching employees are persons in authority and are duty-bound to help enforce school policies and rules of discipline. He/She reports to the Prefect of Students for any violations that students committed.

6. Student Leaders
All officers of the class and organizations/clubs are considered persons in authority by the school.  They are expected to be IDEAL Aranzan students which help to enforce school policies and rules.

            If the officer does not do what is expected of him/her, he/she shall be issued a violation slip for the first minor offense, and shall be removed from his/her position for the second offense or first major offense.

Maintenance of Discipline

Any students who, after due investigation, has been found guilty of violating any disciplinary rule, shall be punished in accordance with the provisions as specified in the NSDAPS Student’s Handbook.  The following are the procedures being used in dealing cases, offenses and violations of the students.

Students who committed an offense against the set rules and regulations of the school shall be issued a violation slip in duplicate (one for the student and one for the Prefect).
The student is hereby directed to:

  • present the issued violation slip to the Prefect for Discipline for formal recording immediately upon receipt;
  • explain to their parents/guardians the truth why they were given such and have them sign below the slip, and 
  • return this signed violation slip to the Prefect for Discipline two (2) school days after receipt of such slip. Failure to do the above instructions would result in a further issuance of violations slips. Forging of parent’s or guardian’s signature is a disciplinary infraction which means grave sanctions.

The students are asked to make a narrative report of the incident or violation committed.

A one-on-one investigation shall be conducted after doing the narrative report; this would help the OSA officer to see the validity of the written report.

Alongside the violation slip, the guardian or the parent should be immediately informed about the incident through a call, letter (parent-teacher conference form) or letter through the handbook. If necessary, the parent are requested to come to school for a conference.

Any student who, after due investigation, has been found guilty of violating any disciplinary rule shall be given sanctions in accordance with the provisions as specified in the Student Handbook not later than seven (7) schooldays from the submission of violation slip to the Prefect.

Sanctions or administrative penalties shall be recommended by the (OSA officer) Prefect of Students and subject for approval of the principal.

The following are the additional penalties imposed for violation of rules and regulations of the school.  These are penalties given to students who commit less grievous offense compared to the offense punishable through suspension, dismissal or expulsion.  

Community Service – is a penalty service to school and school community. It may be in the form of cleaning maintaining orderliness in the school or community assigned or supervised by the OSA officer / Physical Plant Chairperson done immediately after violating a rule or after the class.

(“An Ideal Aranzan”) – (Find an alternate name) is a corrective measure for infraction of class rules and violations of certain school rules.  It is a form of writing or copying materials assigned by the OSA officer or class advisers to be done in school after classes.  Additional “An Ideal Aranzan” shall be given each time a student fails to report for his/her penalty without valid excuse.

Violation slip, suspension, and dismissal form are being used to serve the approved disciplinary action taken.

After implementing disciplinary action the OSA officer will make a recommendation to the Guidance Counselor for a follow-up and counseling.


Students are expected to   familiarize  themselves  of the general disciplinary rules of the school contained in the N.S.D.A.P.S. Students Handbook.

A student who has been  proven   unsatisfactory through repeated violations are placed on disciplinary probation.  Such probation is considered a serious warning that any subsequent violation shall be a basis for dismissal or expulsion.



No student will be allowed to enter the school campus without wearing the prescribed school uniform.

White polo jacket with monogram, level patch and black pants for high school, navy blue short pants for Kinder            to Grade 4; and navy blue long pants for Grades 5 and 6.  Black shoes should be worn with the daily uniform. Students should strictly observe proper undergarments (white t-shirt or sando).

Checkered skirt with pleats and white blouse with sailor collar level patch and necktie with monogram.  Students should observe proper white undergarments, preferably white sando. Black flat shoes with white socks should be worn with the daily uniform.


For Pre-School and Elementary
White cotton T-shirt for boys and girls with monogram and light blue short pants.

For High School
White cotton T-shirt for boys and girls with monogram and light blue jogging pants with monogram. 

White rubber shoes and white socks are the prescribed P.E. shoes.

Students are required to bring extra white t-shirt during P.E class.

No unauthorized patches, scarves, jewelries (dangling necklaces, brooches) are allowed. 
Earrings are for girls only. Boys are not allowed to wear earrings

Tattoo for the boys and girls is strictly prohibited. 

Wearing of cosmetics is prohibited for all students.  But proper grooming shall be observed at all times.

Wearing of colored and/or designed contact lenses is strictly prohibited.

Cellular phones are not allowed to be brought to





Students shall be provided with I.D. cards by the school.

All students shall   have  to  wear   their I.D.  cards  when entering the school premises during class days, as well as in important activities where their attendance is required in and out of school campus.

Color of the I.D.  card is  white  with  red mark (pre-school ), yellow mark (elementary), and green  mark   (high school).

Lost I.D.  cards   can  be   replaced with the payment of pertinent fees.  Students will only be given one week to request for replacement.

Temporary I.D. cards should be secured in case of lost I.D. cards.



Girls are expected to wear a well-combed,
properly kept hair.

Colored or highlighted hair is not allowed.

Inappropriate haircut and hairstyle are not allowed.

Boys must be in prescribed haircut (2 x 3).

Hair must not touch the standard shirt collar and the eyebrows.

Sideburns should not touch the earlobes.

Mustache must be properly trimmed.

Beards and skin heads are not allowed.

Inappropriate haircut and hairstyle are not allowed.

The use of gel, hair wax and clay dough is not allowed if it is intended to conceal/display long hair or unauthorized haircut/hairstyle.

Dyed hair is not allowed.



All    students   are     required  to bring the Student Handbook at all times especially when there are classes.  Any student who repeatedly fails to bring the Student Handbook will be given sanctions.

The diary shall be signed only by designated persons: mother or father, authorized guardian ( if parents are not permanently around), the adviser and subject teachers of the student.   Forging signature is a serious offense.           

The   student   should also have their handbook with them in every subject, in PE, shopwork, meetings, liturgical services, fieldtrips.  Teachers and parents should sign and check it everyday.

The diary must be kept clean, and must be used solely for the purpose designated.

Lost Student’s Handbook /Diary can be replaced with payment of pertinent fees.

Student Handbook includes the Sunday Mass Attendance and Gospel Reflection.


There have been  occasions when  both  the  teacher and students  have  been  disturbed  by  evidence   of  cheating during  examinations.  It is the obligation of a teacher to help honest students receive what is due to them by making it extremely difficult for dishonest students to get away with cheating.  Such incidents shall be reported to proper authorities of the school.

If cheating is discovered,  a  teacher  should  handle  the situation as he sees fit, taking care that the student does not suffer from embarrassment, insult or ridicule. However  if the cheating is done,  a  student gets a failing grade for that particular examination, and a conduct grade of C.


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