Rules & Regulations
ATIS believes in positive methods toward
discipline and have established a reward
system to reinforce good behavior.
A Muslim life is one of control-in or out of
school, at home or in the Mosque…wherever the student may be. So, the students are expected
to strive for an Islamic behavior at all
times through self-control.
A high level of discipline is expected and
maintained in the school. Failure to follow
school procedures and rules may result in
Offenders are liable to be given a period of
detention, within school hours or during the
respect for him/herself and the others is an
important tenet of our school. That is, each
student needs to respect the rights of
others: courtesy is the rule. It is
exhibited by politeness, proper manners,
orderliness, quietness and sharing with
others equipment and facilities.
RULES a) Rough play of any kind is strictly forbidden.
b) Use of coarse and vulgar language or gestures are NOT permitted.
c) No radios, tape recorders, magazines, comics or anything detracts/distracts from educational atmosphere are permitted in the school premises. However, a
teacher for class project may grant special permission. These materials are to be kept in the teacher's classroom for the day.
d) Students are not to chew gum at school or at school-sponsored public performances.
e) Any disrespect for authority either by attitude, words or actions will result in immediate disciplinary actions.
f) Inappropriate teasing, name-calling and criticism are not acceptable.
g) Be quiet, orderly and walk while inside school building.
h) Be on time in designated areas.
i) No one may leave the school during lunch break.
CONSEQUENCES OF OFFENSIVE ACTS1.Warning/reminder of the rule.
2. Will be required to erase a bad deed with a Good deed.
3. Write Rule # of times and return signed.
(Detention, no field trips or gym class)
4.In-school counseling- sent to office.
6.In-school suspension-two weeks, with parents understanding that this is the last warning before expulsion.
LUNCH TIME RULES
d) Use appropriate table manners.
seated while eating e) Clean up after eating
Speak in soft voices