It is the responsibility of the school to help each child develop self-control, just as it is the school’s responsibility to help the child develop the ability to read. A sound policy of correction must be based on a clear understanding of motivation as well as a clear understanding of the nature of the child.
Order is essential to the effective management of any school. It is maintained not only by a good teaching staff, efficient administration and good educational programs but, also, by the development of rational self-control in the child.
All students are expected to behave courteously at all times. Respect and obedience must be shown to all faculty members, adults, and other students. Each student must assume responsibility for his/her decisions and actions. This is the essence of maturity.
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FAITH . KNOWLEDGE . SERVICE.