Recommendation to Parents
FROM PARENTS /GUARDIANS

We except that you will
  1. Be available if it is necessary, to discuss aspects of your child’s behaviour at school. Sign messages, progress reports or other similar documents when requested to do so, to avoid putting your child through any inconvenience.
  2. Check the school diary daily, as it forms a link between the school and the parents.
  3. Ensure that your ward is not absent on the first and last day of the school term without prior permission and that any leave taken from school is duly explained in the diary.
  4. Feel free to contact an individual teacher during her free periods by taking prior permission from the Principal if you wish to discuss a matter of concern to you or your child.
  5. Be open to listening and considering the teachers’ opinions regarding your child, even when the comments may be less than complimentary.
  6. Exert firm parental discipline in cases where your child’s behavior is distracting from the quality of learning opportunities for others in the school.
  7. Keep your child at home if she is suffering from contagious disease like mumps, measles , chickenpox, small pox, whooping cough, conjunctivitis and send her to school only with doctors fitness certificate.
  8. A tag bearing the name of the pupil should invariably be attached to the school blazer and jersey / pullover of the pupil.
  9. Parents are requested to remain regularly in touch with the day studies of the child and also keep in contact with the school.
  10. Private tuitions are strongly discouraged. It is important that a child develops the habit of working and studying on his own under the guidance of parents.
  11. Parents are requested to check the school diary daily and take a note of it and also sign the remarks made in the diary.
  12. Parents must give significant time and attention towards the progress and daily work of the children and help them daily in their studies.
  13. Parents should make it a point to attend the PARENT TEACHER’S MEETING on given date. The school administration will take a serious view of parents regularly absenting themselves from such meetings.
  14. In all official correspondence with the school the full name of the child, registration number as well as the class and roll number should be stated.
  15. Respect for persons, property and environment should be inculcated in children.
  16. Kindly ensure that your child packs her school diary/books/note books/pen/pencil box as per the time table for school everyday to avoid being overloaded.
EXPECTATION FROM STUDENTS

We expect that you will
  1. Show pride in your school and present a good image especially by behaving yourself when in public and particularly on your way to and from school.
  2. Display your school spirit by participating in school activities.
  3. Make the necessary arrangements to stay back after school hours to participate in academics, sports and co-curricular activities whenever required.
  4. Respect school property and report immediately any damage to school property.
  5. Not bring objectionable books, magazines or periodicals to the school. Mobiles, ipod and other electronic gadgets are strictly prohibited.
  6. Not use of unfair means during test/exam. Such improper conduct is unworthy of SMCites and can lead to severe penalties.
  7. Show your teachers and your fellow student courtesy and respect at all times.
  8. Come to the class on time and bring all necessary material with you.
  9. Complete the assignments carefully and on time.
  10. Put your hand up to ask/answer questions do not blurt out of turn.
WE EXPECT YOU
  1. To be polite, friendly and well-behaved in and outside the school.
  2. To be honest and truthful, whatever may be the cost.
  3. To accept cheerfully every work and responsibility given, and to face difficulties with courage and determination.
  4. To be courteous and sportsmanlike on the playground with opposing teams and with the officials.
  5. To respect your own property as well as of the school and also property belonging to others.
  6. To be bold enough to say ‘No’ when asked to do a thing which you know to be wrong.