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Teacher handbook

Table of Contents

                                      

  1. Overview

        Our Mission

        Our Beliefs

        Our Philosophy

        Our Goals and Objectives

 

  1. Outlook

        Job Outlook

        Teacher/Co-teacher Orientation

        Teacher Hours

 

  1. Curriculum and Instruction

        Lesson Plans

        Classroom Policy

        Classroom Organization

        Student Attendance

        Homework Strategies

        Student Behavior

        Prohibited (tutoring, smoke, eating in classroom)

 

  1. Employment Procedure and Benefit

        School Bus Service

        Administrative Information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.  Overview

   

      MOTTO:

Building Character …

 Our Principle Mission… and Lifelong Endeavour

 

MISSION STATEMENT:

The mission of Dar Luqman Al Hakeem International School is to provide students with a quality Islamic education that allows for the academic, social, moral, physical, spiritual and intellectual growth and development of the child within a modern, scientific, academic program of studies which promotes creative talents and critical thinking skills.

 

Vision...
       Building Character is interdependent system...
 Its axes... Advanced education...
                    upbringing sound...
                     Meaningful Sport …
Its Ingredients... Advanced Thought...
                                Tight Plan...
                                An integrated environment...
 Its Elements... Teacher by example.....
                           Serious Management...
                            cooperative Parents...

 

Our philosophy ...
Human being...
     The best creation...
     Successor of God on the land...
     God honor him as his slavery... And asked him to carry the  responsibility...
           The responsibility of building the universe...
            And the integrity of life...
So building the ideal character

Who deserved this honor...
 who is Capable of carrying this responsibility...
first steps for good …
In the procession of humanity...
  and the fate of the human being...


 

Dar Luqman Al Hakeem School

School-wide Academic, Social and Civic Learning Goals and Indicators

Social:

To inspire students to preserve the core Islamic ethics and values in all matters of life by building the child’s character and solid Muslim identity

  • Faith-based character, values and morals
  • Understanding the teachings and the practices of Islam aligned with the Qur’an and the Sunnah
  • Good manners toward others
  • Displaying modesty in dress and behavior
  • Maintaining personal hygiene and healthy eating practices
  • Performing duties of prayer, fasting, pilgrimage and charity
  • Expressing a love of the Arabic language as their mother tongue

 

Academic:

To provide quality education to all children in an active child centered learning environment

  • Developing good study habits
  • Use creative and critical thinking skills to solve problems
  • Have mastered basic grade level learning skills
  • Work independently toward achieving academic, career and life goals
  • Work successfully in teams to accomplish tasks
  • Participating in age appropriate sports activities
  • Seeing value in fine arts
  • Being able researchers
  • Being skilled in their use of technology
  • Being fluent in the English language
  • Clearly express written and oral ideas

 

 

Civic:

To enable students to effectively communicate, interact and thrive in a global environment

  • Mastering communication skills
  • Develop the skills of active listeners
  • Being able to work in groups of diverse people
  • tolerating and showing respect for other people with different cultures and beliefs
  • Acquiring leadership skills
  • Being aware of their social responsibility to humanity and the environment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.  Outlook

 

2.1   Job Outlook

1. In general, staff members are expected to be professional educators with a focus on meeting student needs.  The following is a partial list of teacher expectations.

 

2.  Staff members are expected to abide by the job description assigned for each and every individual. All are expected to plan lessons using smart notebook program, prepare and deliver high quality education for young learners in a professional and timely manner, taking into account individual learning styles and providing an ethical environment conducing learning.

 

3.  Staff members are expected to encourage students to seek knowledge in a professional manner.

 

4. Individual initiative and independent decision making within the context of the

school adopted policies and a professional standard is encouraged.

2.2     Teacher/Co-teacher Orientation

  • Teachers and co-teachers will be expected to pre-plan, model lessons and attend in-service trainings and workshops throughout the academic year. 

 

  • Teachers and co-teachers will be expected to participate in the parent orientation week and / or open days during the new academic year

 

  • All teachers will review the faculty handbook with at least one member from the administration committee and sign a statement of understanding and agreement with the Principal of Dar Luqman Alhakeem.

 

  • All co-teachers will be assigned to a mentor teacher.

 

  • Teachers and co-teachers will also be subject to evaluation undertaken by the Principal and will be provided with constructive feedback.

 

  • Distribution of substitution classes will be delivered in accordance with the headmasters.

Teachers Attendance Policy for 2011-2012

Teacher Hours

  • School working days for each school year are shown in the official school calendar approved by the Board.
  • Teachers will be assigned (full- schedule).
  • The administration office may ask an employee to attend a Saturday, or at any time other than his/her working schedule, however two days prior notice will be given.  If an employee does not attend on the assigned day, he/she will be considered absent without an excuse.

All employees must arrive on school premises as follows:

  1. All teachers are to attend from 7:30.
  2. The teacher is dismissed at 3:00 p.m.
  3. Administration staff is dismissed at 3:30.
  4. Employees are to carry out their assigned duties, follow job description as well as adhering to punctuality and attendance.

Sign-In Register:                                                           

  1. All employees are required to sign in a register located at the reception desk.  No person should sign for another employee.
  2. If an employee does not sign in or out; half a day will be deducted.  If an employee does not sign for a particular day the whole day will be deducted.

Unauthorized leave and Consequent Deductions:

  1. Excused Hours:  employees must report to the Administrative Director when they wish to leave, the permissions are for two hours.  Teachers are not to leave until they absolutely are sure they are not needed by the Academic Director or Headmaster/Headmistress.
  2. 5 Excuses for leaving early per academic year maximum 1 excuse per month. This will be considered half day deduction.
  3. More than that a full day absence will be considered.

     Supervision of students will begin for one hour after school.

All students must remain in the classroom with the teacher of the last session from (organizing school bags, classrooms etc…)

  • If you are late 4 times in one month it will be considered 1 absence.
  • If you are late for the first session it will be considered 1 day absent.

 (If it is a working session)

  • If you do not have a session and come at during the first session it is considered a half day absent.
  • Supervision in the morning starts 7:00 – 7:45.
  • The teacher must be in session at 7:45, if she/he is late 4 times equals 1 day absent.
  • The teacher may not leave the classroom alone for any reason. On two counts the third count will be considered a broken rule.
  • No cell phones used inside classroom, during meetings, workshops or school sessions. Phones may only be used in the teacher room only.
    • This time is AMANA and should be used to the fullest extent for the school.
      • All teachers must attend prayer and remain with students until the end of prayer.
      • Teachers should write in the channel book while inside the classroom. No channel books outside the classroom. Channel books are used as a means of communication between parents and teacher, for homework, class work and behavior. The teacher should write in the channel book for each session and will be signed by administration.
      • Teachers should tell students which books to take home.
      • Teachers should attend these events:

                     Meetings for P.T.A. after school per quarter.

                     Workshops on Saturdays 2 times per quarter.

                     School wide show

Teachers Excuses for absence

¨       2 Excuses for being absent each equals 1 day deducted for maximum of 5 days per academic year

¨       More than 2 days of excuses for absence in one month each absent day will be equal 2 days deducted

¨       Without excuse or more than 2 excuses, if a teacher does not have an acceptable excuse by Head Mistress or Head Master, 1 day absence will equal 2 days deducted.

¨       No teacher can be absent for more than 2 days a month.

¨       Each teacher has five excused days paid for the academic year. These days cannot be used with any other excuses. You can only use a day per month.

¨       The teacher who is late four times in one month between (7:35- 7:45) considered one day absent.

¨       The teacher who is late between (7:50 – 8:00) will be deducted quarter of the day from the salary.

¨       The teacher who is late between (8:05 – 8:15) will be deducted half of the day from the salary.

¨       The teacher who is late after 8:15 will be deducted one day from the salary.

¨       The first class teacher who is late after 7:45 will be deducted one day from the salary.

¨       Notice that deduction will be according to the actual working hours.

¨       Teachers take permition for being absent from the supervisor before 7.30 to arrange substitution.

  • No cell phones used inside classroom, during meetings, workshops or school sessions. Phones may only be used in the teacher room only. All teachers must attend the prayer and remain with students until the end of prayer.
  • Teachers should write in the channel book while inside the classroom. No channel books outside the classroom. Channel books are used as a means of communication between parents and teacher, for homework, class work and behavior. The teacher should write in the channel book for each session. Will be signed by administration.
  • Teachers should tell students which books to take home.

Extra Curricular Activities and Supervision:

  1. Employees are to spend extra time preparing for all school activities.
  2. Any teacher may be asked to supervise during break periods, according to his/her schedule.
  3. Teachers should co-operate in the workplace to make and design charts, flash-cards and any other visual aids required.

Control system for exams:

1 Exams are V.Imp. to evaluate the school & teacher works not the student & home work.

2 Exams are the supervisors responsibility.   

3.  Curriculum and Instruction

3.1   Lesson Plans           

Dar Luqman maintains curriculum objectives in all areas.   Each instructor has flexibility in meeting these objectives (outcomes). 

 

  1. Instructional activities should be planned a week in advance with clear outcomes focused on the school objectives.
  2. Lesson plans need to be available as a personal guide and for substitute teachers should the need arise.
  3. Teachers are to prepare daily lesson plans on a weekly basis.
  4. Lesson formats should be reflective of student learning styles and needs.
  5. Relevance and purpose of each lesson should be clear to both teacher and students.  It is recommended that the objectives be listed as questions.  Materials, methodology and format should support desired outcomes and motivate students to learn.
  6. Changes made to the weekly/daily lesson plans must be stated.

                    

 

Classroom Policy (for teachers)

  1. A session in progress will not be interrupted by any staff member under any circumstance.
  2. Physical or verbal abuse towards students will not be tolerated.
  3. Each teacher should forecast a weekly check of supplies for the following week that will be needed.
  4. Teachers are responsible for keeping the Channel Book actively daily.
  5. Teacher conducting a session should not leave his/her classroom for any period of time.
  6. Teachers and co-teachers for all stage groups should discourage and not permit any food that has preservation or coloring.  Encourage students to consume healthy foods; such as: fresh vegetables, fruits, etc. 

 

 

School Expectations ( for students )

  1. Students should arrive at school not after 7:45 a.m.
  2. Students are expected to respect the position and authority of teachers and administrators.
  3. Students are expected to conduct themselves in a responsible manner. This includes NOT lying, cheating, or stealing, and NOT threatening or taking unfair advantage of others.
  4. Students are expected to come to class prepared.
  5. Students are expected to respect the rights and property of others.
  6. Students are to refrain from any written or oral language, gestures, or drawings that violate the moral standards of the school (vulgarity, immorality swearing, etc.).
  7. Students are to resolve their frustrations and their disagreements with one another by means other than fighting or physical violence.
  8. Students are to walk, not run, on the courtyards, walkways and indoors.
  9. Students are to be properly dressed according to the dress uniform.
  10. Students are to refrain from deliberately marking or defacing any school property.
  11. Students are not expected to bring Cell phones to school.
  12. Students are expected to treat all teachers with respect.
  13. Students needing to leave the school grounds during school hours must obtain permission from the office and sign out prior to leaving. Students are not permitted to leave school without parental permission received in writing or by phone, or with the principal’s permission. Student(s) leaving the campus must be dismissed from campus by the office.

 

            CLASSROOM RULES (for students)

1)    Be in your seat and ready to work when the bell rings.

2)   Eating and drinking are not allowed in classrooms.

3)   Moving and speaking are not allowed unless you have the permission.

4)   Raise your hand when you want to talk.

5)   Disorder is not acceptable, put rubbish in garbage cans.

6)   Silence when class is in session, talk quietly at other time.

7)   No food in the library, computer lab, science lab, gymnastic room.

8)   Keep your hands and feet to yourself.

9)   Respect and follow the instructions of teacher and others in authority.

10) Bring necessary materials to class (books. paper. pencils, calculator. etc.)

11)  Do class work, assignments, project, etc.

12) Pay attention or participate appropriately.

13) Inappropriate cell phone use.

 

 

3.3   Classroom Organization

Well-Ordered Environment + Positive Academic Expectations

=

Effective Classroom

Here a few tips to guide you to an effective classroom!

Classroom Organization

 A. Visually Appealing

When welcoming students into your classroom set the tone to the environment to let them know they are in the right place.

1. Place names on the door using shapes or theme related cut outs.

2. Have the child's name placed on his/her desk.

3. Name tags.

4. Use appropriate colors to decorate your classroom.

5. Commercial displays are acceptable, but the creativity that comes from you is special!

6. Have your classroom child-oriented-age-appropriate.

7. As an Islamic school please post material with Islamic content.

B.     Furniture & Seating Arrangement

How you choose the arrangement of furniture depends on how you choose to teach. The tasks you want to accomplish should determine the seating arrangement you will choose.

1. U- Shape- this set up of desks allows students to have you in full view for discussions or demonstrations.

2. Cluster grouping-this arrangement is ideal for group activities.

3. Rows- single file seating is preferable for tests, movies or lectures.

4. Children seated in a quiet area on the floor- when story time is present, it is preferable to have the students sitting on the floor in a quiet area. The atmosphere should be quiet and cozy. If possible, an area rug or mat should exist. For younger student adding puppets or stuffed animals enhances the environment.

  • Where a teacher places his or her desk also plays an important role. Some teachers prefer the desk in the front of the room, others in the back. Still others prefer the desk to the side. Where ever you decide to place your desk remember it is basically there for your lesson plan to rest upon and perhaps for slight storage. Your desk is not a place for you to remain seated during the school year!
  • Please take into consideration that as an Islamic school our genders need to be separated to the best of our ability.

 

 

Utilizing Space

No matter what the size of your classroom, you need to utilize your space as effectively as possible. Below are a few suggestions to help get you started!

  • Use zip- lock bags of all different sizes to store manipulative.
  • String a clothesline from one end of the room to the other.
  • Be colorful! Use plastic clothes pins to hang and display students' work.

                        

Student Attendance

        All students are expected to attend each class every day unless they are excused for an illness, emergency or have been given administrative permission for a leave of absence. If a student's absences exceed eight (5) days in a semester, a recommendation for termination of enrollment may be made by the Principal to the Superintendent.

 

•    Teachers are expected to communicate to students the school's expectations regarding attendance and make-up assignments equal to the number of days they missed due to illness.

                •    The teacher must implement the school regulations regarding attendance, tardiness and absences. Attendance is a legal record. Accuracy on these records is essential.

•    Attendance record is to be completed during home room and posted before the first lesson.

 

DLH  Homework policy

Homework provides additional learning experiences for students. These experiences can have positive effects on achievement and character development and can serve as a vital link between the school and family.

Homework should focus on:

                        Practice of skills introduced in class

                        Pre-reading of new material to be introduced in class

                        Integration of skills that are applied to a single project.

 

Purpose

Homework should have different purposes at different grades:

Kindergartners:

            Benefit from being read to and having involvement with skills which expand their horizons but do not involve independent study.

 

Elementary (grades 1-5) school students should be given homework to:

                        Develop good study habits

                        Communicate that learning takes place at home as well as at school

                        Provide time to practice and extend learning, especially through independent and oral reading

 

Middle and high school students should be given homework to:

                        Improve achievement

                        Extend the time available for both practice and investigative learning

                        Help more mature students take charge of their own learning opportunities.

                         

 

 

Research Findings

Based on an analysis of research studies, there is uniform agreement among researchers that:

            It is more positive for learning to distribute material across several smaller assignments than to concentrate on larger units of material over a short time.

            Homework assignments for students with identified learning disabilities should be short and focused on reinforcement of skills and class lessons.

            Monitoring of assignments for students is necessary for all and critical for those with identified learning disabilities and/or an English language deficiency.

            Individualization of basic homework assignments for those without an approved modified program has proven not to result in substantial benefits which justify the amount of additional teacher time required.

            Homework should involve parents' encouragement, oversight, and monitoring of study management by their student. Homework assignments should keep required parental involvement in the academic content to a minimum.

            Homework should be evaluated soon after completion.

     

    Consequences depends on not doing the home work

             

            1. The parents will be informed by the daily report and the parents have to sign it.

            2. The school will inform the parents by the school phone.

            3. If he doesn’t do his homework he will be deprived of the break time and he will do his homework or he will stay for the end of the day and the subject teacher will stay with him in the room till he finish.

            4. The parents will come to meet the administration.

Roles and Responsibilities

Principals are responsible to:

¬  Communicate the homework policy

¬  Monitor the homework policy

¬  Coordinate implementation as needed

Teachers are responsible to:

¬     Clearly indicate to students how the assignment is related to the topic under study.

¬     Indicate the purpose of the assignment.

¬     Define how the assignment might be best carried out.

¬     Stipulate what the student needs to do to demonstrate successful completion of the assignment; this involves communicating carefully at the beginning of the assignment the criteria which clarify the teacher's expectations.

            Evaluate and give prompt feedback.

Parents:

¬     Should rarely be asked by the teacher to play a formal teaching role in homework

¬     Should be asked to create a home environment that facilitates student self-study

¬     With the primary grade children, may have direct involvement in listening, memorizing, etc.

¬     Should be monitoring completion of homework for students in Grades 1-8

Conclusion

¬     When teachers and parents work together to implement these recommendations, homework can be useful and generally free from a high level of frustration. These parameters can and should receive broad support from both parents and teachers. Morrison's teachers should make whatever adjustments are necessary to live within these general parameters and parents should support these efforts to make homework beneficial

DLH quiz policy  for elementary school

Importance of weekly quizzes:

1-  Trains students for self assessment periodically

2-  Students not to be shocked by the quarterly exam

3-  Shows teachers where are the strengths of his class and where are the weaknesses

4-  Gives parents guidance for his son/daughter’s level

5-  Works as Periodically revision for the material

DLH school policy for quiz marks

1-  covers 10 points from students’ grade scoring

2-  Quizzes per term shouldn’t be less than four quizzes and not more than 6

3-  Each quiz should not take more than 20min from the class session

4-  Quiz should cover only the last lessons after the previous quizzes

5-  It should include diff. kinds of questions as training for student for the quarter exam

6-  Parents should be informed by his son/daughter’s marks and this should be signed

7-  Keep your quizzes in a file to be revised before the quarterly exam

8-  School has arranged weekly time table for quizzes so that students shouldn’t have more than 2 quizzes every day. 

School day

Subject

Subject

Sunday

Qur’an

English

Monday

Science

 

Tuesday

Math

French

Wednesday

Social

 

Thursday

Arabic

Islamic

Test Policy (for students)

¬  Cheating is not allowed, so don’t waste your or other’s time.

¬  Moving or speaking are not allowed during test time, if it is necessary just raise your hand quietly.

¬  Food is not allowed during test time.

¬  Answer papers to be delivered at the end of test time (no less than one hour & half).

¬  Be careful! Don’t violate the rules or your answer papers may be taken out.

¬  Bring all your materials (pen, pencil, rubber, ruler, etc...)

¬  Getting out of class during test is not allowed unless someone has to accompany you.

          

 

Test Policy

 

¬  Supervisors are in charge of distributing and receiving test papers.

¬  Supervisors only can give students extra time during test.

¬  If teacher needs to change test system he has to ask the supervisor permission.

¬  Student speaks during test, the chief board or the supervisor has the right to put red mark sign on his answer paper.

¬  If the student speaks repeatedly, his test paper has to be taken out.

¬  If the teacher in charge of watching students during test, has no ability to control over the class, has to be changed and to receive a warning letter.

¬  Answer papers should be passed from the teachers in duty and it is the headmasters responsibility to pass it to the supervisors after removing students name with a signing paper.

¬  The answer papers have to pass from supervisor to the chief board after the end of the test.

¬  Supervisors are responsible of contribute answer papers to the teachers to be corrected.

¬  Circulating answer papers outside computer lab or management rooms is not allowed.

 

 

 

 

 

Reports distribution

Reports bare distributed four times a year, please check Dates in the calendar. Grades in the report are based on:

I. Quarter exam 60%

II. Weekly quizzes 10%

III. Projects 10%

IV. Oral 5%

V. Completion of homework 5%

VI. Behavior 5%

VII. Attendance   5%

 

 

Grade Scoring Criteria

 

1. Criteria for the marks of BEHAVIOR :                                                        ( 5 marks )

 

  • 2 marks for the respective behavior towards teacher.
  • 2 marks  for the respective behavior towards other students.
  • 1 mark for the arrangement of his copy books , text book, work book and other tools.

 

2.  Criteria for the marks of PROJECTS:                                                         ( 10 marks )

 

  • 3 marks for doing the project.
  • 7  marks for the presentation skills.

 

3.  Criteria for the marks of  HOME WORK:                                       ( 5 marks )

 

  • 2 marks for doing H.W.
  • 2 marks for the full correct answers , 1 mark if most or some answers are  correct , and no marks for the full wrong  answers.
  • 1 mark if he shows a careful way in doing  H.W.

 

4.  Criteria for the marks of ATTENDANCE:                                      ( 5 marks )

 

  • 2 marks for the presence and absence in school.
  • ( ¼  mark for each session in the quarter )
  • 3 marks for : coming late to the classroom, reasonable and unreasonable outgoing from classroom .

 

5.  Criteria for the marks of ORAL:                                                       ( 5 marks )

 

  • 3 marks for the interaction with teacher in warming up and the oral assessment.
  • 2 marks for correct answers, understanding and the  careful way in interaction with the teacher.

 

 

Elementary & Middle School Grading Scale

The following is an explanation of the scale that will be used on the report cards:

One credit hour is earned for every 120 instructional hours. Student must pass each subject with D- or better.

 

Grading        Scale

100- 97            A+

96- 93              A

92- 90              A-

89- 87              B+

86- 83              B

82- 80              B-

79- 77              C+

76- 73              C

72- 70             C-

69- 67            D+

66- 63              D 

62- 60              D-

Below 59          F

 

ٍSchool behavior policy

  1. No loud laughter or impolite speech or inappropriate gestures.
  2. Making rude or disrespectful comments to other students is not acceptable.
  3. No walking in hallways during break or session.
  4. Attend school regularly, present notes to explain absence.
  5. Behave in a way that shows respect for myself and the feelings of others and      resolve conflict in peaceful manner.
  6. Behave in a manner keeps myself and others safe, both in & out school.
  7. Cell phones are not allowed in school.
  8. Gum is not allowed on campus.
  9. Do not bring large amount of money or valuables to school.
  10. Revealing hair for girls is not acceptable inside campus.
  11. Play in supervised areas and remain on school grounds during break time.
  12. Play safe games.
  13.  Respect and care for school buildings, school property and the property of others.
  14. Observe the general standards of dress and uniform requirements of the school.
  15. Making rude or disrespectful comments to other students and Using profanity or vulgar language is not allowed.
  16. Minor inappropriate behavior toward teacher is not acceptable.
  17. Repeated classroom disruption is not allowed.
  18. Spreading hurtful rumors is not allowed.
  19. Distribution of non­-curricular materials without principal approval is not allowed. 

 

3.4   Student Behavior

Disciplinary Actions for Students:

a)   Before giving a reward or consequence:

  1. Spreading out the family spirit inside and outside the classroom and bonding the relationship between teacher and student.
  2. Following the advanced and novel methods of teaching in all subject areas for attracting the student’s attention and making use of all intelligences during any given session.
  3. Establishing the rule of reward and consequence.

 

b)  Rewards:

  1. Verbal praise during school.
  2. Granting gifts.
  3. Granting ribbons or tokens of positive praise.

 

Discipline

 

  • It is expected that teachers will exhibit effective classroom management skills. Disciplinary actions, therefore, will normally be administered at the classroom level. Where there is a serious occurrence or continued student misbehavior negatively affecting the learning of others, the teacher may consult with the counselor for advice or he/she may request the Principal to intervene and/or send him/her to the Principal.
  • Staff shall be responsible for encouraging and teaching students to be responsible for their own behavior. They shall clearly communicate in a timely manner with parents and Principal pertinent information and appropriate documentation and evidence regarding students' behavior.

Instructional staff is responsible for consistently applying the following guidelines in administering consequences of positive and negative behavior:

Consequences and teacher behavior should be administered in, and tempered by love

Consequences and teacher behavior should maintain the dignity of the student

Consequences and teacher behavior should be logical and appropriate

Consequences and teacher behavior should be fair, equitable and consistent

 

 

 

 

 

Consequences

Irresponsible behavior infringes on the rights of others, and disregards clearly established school rules. When students demonstrate irresponsible behavior, disciplinary consequences follow. The consequences for being irresponsible at DAR LUQMAN ALHAKEEM are:

  • A reminder of what is expected (first consequence)
  • Verbal warning.
  • A student may sign a Behavior Contract.
  •  A student may be removed from the classroom if he or she continues to be disruptive to instruction, or affecting others.
  • A student may be removed from the break time.
  • If he or she continues to be disruptive to instruction the student will be sent to the class teacher then to administration office or Principal.
  • A letter or call to the student's parent to arrange a meeting for discussion.
  • A final warning.
  • Two days suspension.
  • One week suspension.
  • In-School suspension.
  • Home suspension.
  • Expulsion from Dar Luqman Al Hakeem School

 

Important Notice:

  • The Homeroom teacher should keep a file for students' behavior, where she is informed with an action taken against the student.
  • Any written warning shall be signed by the administration, the Homeroom teacher and the subject teacher concerned with the complain.

 

 

3.7    Prohibited (tutoring, smoke, cell phone, eating in classroom)

  • Teachers are not allowed to conduct any private tutoring sessions to students unless it is arranged by Management.
  • Smoking is prohibited on the School premises.
  • Eating and drinking outside the staff room is prohibited.
  • Teachers are not allowed to use the cell phone during the session.
  • Teachers are not allowed to wear tight, short clothes or bright colors.

 

 

 

Teacher Dress Code:

Male teachers should follow the dress code as follows:

1- Wear loose long pants

2 – Never to wear slippers
3 – Teacher dress should be clean, respectful and acceptable.

Female teachers should follow the dress code as follows:

1 - Wear loose and long dress.
2 –Trousers are not allowed for women at school.
3 - Never remove the cover of hair.
4 – Makeup, nail polish and perfume are not allowed.
5 - Never wear high-heeled shoes.
Any violation of dress code will be liable for investigation of the school administration and deprived of some his/her privileges if this happened again.

 

Phone Calls:

The School phone is will not be used for personal use.  If there is an emergency, contact the Administration and a phone will be made available.

4.  Employment Procedure and Benefit

Each member shall be given a copy of the policies handbook.

4.1      School Bus Service

1-    For those who use the school bus service,150 L.E. is deducted from the monthly salary as a membership sponsored by the school. Or 15% of the monthly salary whatever is the lowest. And the bus service pick up points are arranged according to the bus routes.

4.2    Administrative Information

Each faculty member, upon commencing employment with the school, shall provide the school with the necessary educational degree and fill a complete employment packet accurately. This information shall be updated at the beginning of each school year. If any pertinent information changes occur during the course of the school year, it is the faculty member's responsibility to assure that such changes are made on both forms. Pertinent information includes, but is not limited to: address, phone number, marital status, etc.

 

HOMEROOM TEACHER RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Specific Description

 

1. Establish strong communication links with parents to become an effective first point of contact for them.

2. Get to know each student in the Homeroom well.

3. Be a welcoming presence around the Homeroom and Middle School areas.

4. Conduct the before school organization period.

5. Conduct Homeroom meetings during the post-recess period

6. Attend meetings of Homeroom Teachers and other subject based meetings.

7. Communicate with other Homeroom Teachers and specialist teachers

8. Manage the Homeroom and surrounding area.

9. Provide visually attractive learning conditions

10. Report maintenance requirements promptly

11. Ensure that a process of securing the room at the end of the day is in operation.

12. Clean up and tidy classroom and surrounding area.

13. Ensure technical equipment is well cared for.

14. Follow up complaints about student behavior and work with the Year Co-ordinator and other Homeroom Teachers where other students are also involved.

15. Attend the School meetings; – both staff and students

16. Monitor each student’s academic progress, especially those under promotions process.

17. Report to parents on each student’s academic, physical, spiritual, social and emotional development. This will occur in informal communications and in parent teacher interviews and with the major written pastoral reports.

 

 

 

 

Appendix

Appendix 1

School Calendar

Appendix 2

Organizational Chart

Appendix 3

Job Description

Appendix 4

How a lesson Plan is developed? , Class Rules

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 DAR LUQMAN ALHAKEEM INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

 

 

Teacher Handbook (2012-2013)

Our Vision

 

Building Character is interdependent system...
 Its axes... Advanced education...
                    upbringing sound...
                     Meaningful Sport …
Its Ingredients... Advanced Thought...
                                Tight Plan...
                                An integrated environment...
 Its Elements... Teacher by example.....
                           Serious Management...
                            cooperative Parents...

 

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