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Parent Rights

Parent has the right to be well-received, well informed and highly respected by all school staff.
  • Parent has the right to ensure his/her child receives proper education and care by school.
  • Parent has the right to be well-received, well informed and highly respected by all school staff.
  • Parent has the right to inquire about his/her child’s progress and confer with the school concerning school’s program, educational, learning and behavioral issues pertaining to his/her child.
  • Parent should be informed about all developments or changes in his/her child’s behavior and achievements.
  • Parent has the right to approve or reject his/her child’s involvement in extracurricular activities conducted outside school.
  • Parent should be invited to various school activities.

Parents Responsibilities

  • Support school efforts aim at creating an optimal school environment.
  • Promote positive behavior and ensure their children are aware of the appropriate behavioral practices.
  • Respond positively to school instructions and remarks on student behavior and discipline.
  • Read all school regulations and policies and discuss them with their children.
  • Show appreciation and respect for all school staff.
  • Attend school meetings and information sessions related to student behavior and discipline.
  • Communicate with the whole school community to discuss and find solutions for student behavioral issues and carry out the appropriate corrective actions.
  • Read all school regulations and policies and discuss them with their children.
  • Ensure their children conform to, and abide by ADEC and school guidelines, instructions and corrective/disciplinary procedures applied by the school.
  • Comply with the school’s educational and administrative regulations for the good of their children.
  • Keep the school informed with any emergent or unexpected problems that their children may be facing.
  • Pay for the expenses needed to fix any intentional damage caused by their children to the school or school property.
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