CPIS Conducts 2nd-Sem General Orientation

California Prep held its general orientation for the second semester of the school-year 2019-2020 last January 13, 2020 in the CPIS auditorium which started at 8:40 am. Students and parents joined the event which also included a brCPIS Conducts 2nd-Sem General Orientation

California Prep held its general orientation for the second semester of the school-year 2019-2020 last January 13, 2020 in the CPIS auditorium which started at 8:40 am. Students and parents joined the event which also included a brief PTA meeting and the grade report distribution. The orientation program started with the usual national anthem and then followed by the welcome remarks and prayer by Dr. A Libato, the academic director. Then, the school director, Dr. Phakdee Mangmiwatthana, gave the insightful school updates and developments as well as introduced a guest speaker from a partner agency that promoted an academic trip to selected top schools in England. 

Other highlights included the reviews of some special IT stuff, harmony and discipline reminders, the TOEFL-SAT-IELTS value-added component at CPIS, and crucial selected policy reviews. The speakers were T Lenie, the high school section head; T Mhike, the IT administrator, T Shane, the TOEFL-SAT-IELTS teacher, and AT Libato. It was noted during the presentation that the most violated school policies were about the wearing of proper shoes and neck ties. Basically, the two are components of the school uniform. There were some recommendations given by some teachers and students to be considered and hopefully integrated into the revised policy next school year. 

After the general assembly at the CPIS auditorium, the group split by sections which were led by T Juby for the elementary; T Michelle for the Kinder; and T Lenie for the high school. The grape reports were distributed by homerooms through the homeroom advisers. Moreover, it should be noted that during this orientation, the parents and other stakeholders were given the opportunity to share their feedback as regards the school mission, vision, schoolwide learner outcomes, core global competencies, and the CPIS core emphases for the years 2020-2021.

 ief PTA meeting and the grade report distribution. The orientation program started with the usual national anthem and then followed by the welcome remarks and prayer by Dr. A Libato, the academic director. Then, the school director, Dr. Phakdee Mangmiwatthana, gave the insightful school updates and developments as well as introduced a guest speaker from a partner agency that promoted an academic trip to selected top schools in England. 

Other highlights included the reviews of some special concerns: IT stuff, harmony and discipline reminders, the TOEFL-SAT-IELTS value-added component at CPIS, and crucial selected policy reviews. The speakers were T Lenie, the high school section head; T Mhike, the IT administrator, T Shane, the TOEFL-SAT-IELTS teacher, and AT Libato. It was underscored during the presentation that the most violated school policies were about the wearing of proper shoes and neck ties. Basically, the two are components of the school uniform. There were some recommendations given by some teachers and students to be considered and hopefully integrated into the revised policy next school year. 

After the general assembly at the CPIS auditorium, the group split by sections which were led by T Juby for the elementary; T Michelle for the Kinder; and T Lenie for the high school. The grape reports were distributed by homerooms through the homeroom advisers. Moreover, it should be noted that during this orientation, the parents and other stakeholders were given the opportunity to share their feedback as regards the school mission, vision, schoolwide learner outcomes, core global competencies, and the CPIS core emphases for the years 2020-2021.

 

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