It is a violation of all acts committed by the student as follows:
1. Attacks on teachers, employees and students at the school or their property include:
- Beatings – swearing – threatening.
- Insult in any way.
- Disobeying orders.
- Try to bribe employees.
- Destruction or destruction of the property of teachers, school personnel, students or others connected to the school.
- To commit any acts against a teacher or school staff in order to prevent him from performing his duties or carrying out his duties.
The assault is committed even if it is outside the school for teachers as well as other workers and students if it is due to disagreements or related procedures.
2. Attacks on the school building or the funds and its facilities includes:
- Destruction or destruction of tools, equipment and teaching aids.
- The use of buildings, facilities or teaching aids without permission or in contravention of the permission issued by them.
- The theft or seizure of funds, tools, equipment, books and other property of the school.
- Not to return what was handed to the student by way of custody, trust or loan.
- Intentionally disable any hardware, tools or furniture.
The guardian is obliged to repair the damage that he or she is liable to at the time, and the commitment to a written undertaking is kept in the student file. The school administration may withhold the student’s outcome until the repair of the damage has been completed.
3. Violation of the study system and includes the following:
- Disrupting the educational process.
- The default performance of assignments is assigned.
- Delay from the start of the school day or failure to follow up the prescribed quotas without an acceptable excuse.
- Exit school during class.
- Absence for three consecutive days without acceptable excuse.
- Using the mobile phone in the classroom.
4. Behavior contrary to the true creation includes:
- Anything that would offend the school.
- Breach of school uniform and appearance in a manner contrary to public taste or public morals such as wearing inappropriate clothing for
- decency or over-adornment.
- Anything that violates morals and ethics.
- The infractions mentioned in this item are not limited to, and are considered as a form of violation of anything contrary to the origins of the study and educational traditions.
5. Acts against honor and public security include:
- Possession or use of drugs and liquors or dealing in any form.
- Possession of any instrument that may be used in acts of violence or facilitating the commission of the offenses stipulated in these Regulations.
- Trade, distribute or display obscene objects and images.
- Any violation of public honor and security in accordance with the laws and regulations in force.
- Incitement to extremism, terrorism or advocacy of intolerance.
Means of intimidation are used according to the following:
- Advice – guidance – guidance.
- Inviting the guardian to participate in the treatment, and taking the necessary commitments to both the student and his guardian when it was feasible and necessary.
- Referral to the social worker to follow the behavior of students to ensure the usefulness of paragraphs (a, b) the previous two.
- Two degrees of behavior shall be deducted when the student commits one of the offenses stipulated in paragraphs (a), (b), (c) and (e) of section (3) concerning violations.
- (B), (c), (d) and (e) of item (1), paragraph (f) of item (3) and paragraph (c) of item (4) and paragraphs (c) D, e) of section (5) relating to irregularities.
- 10 marks shall be deducted from the commission of any of the offenses stipulated in paragraph (d) of item (3) and paragraphs (a) and (b) of item (4) relating to violations.
- The student shall be suspended for one week at the time of committing any of the offenses stipulated in paragraphs (a) and (f) of item (1) and paragraph (e) of item (2) concerning violations.
- The student is suspended for a semester when he repeats one of the violations mentioned in the previous paragraph (g), or the violation stipulated in paragraphs (a) and (b) of item (5) regarding violations.
- The student shall be suspended for one academic year unless the subject of the violation is settled if the student commits any of the offenses stipulated in paragraphs (a), (b), (c) and (d) of clause (2).
If the matter is only a matter of reconciliation and reparation, the student will be given a lighter penalty at the discretion of the principal.
The student and the guardian shall have the right to appeal against the penalties imposed by the Disciplinary Board of the Education Office in the region within 60 days from the date of becoming aware of the decision.