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LifeCollege SY2015-2016 InfoBulletin

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LifeCollege Information Bulletin for School Year 2015-2016. This serves as a guide for our parent-partners about the school's vision, mission, teaching-learning principles, academic, and non-academic policies.

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LifeCollege SY2015-2016 InfoBulletin

  1. 1. 21ST CENTURY LEARNING beyond reading, writing, and arithmetic | communication & collaboration | creativity & innovation | life & career skills | problem solving & critical thinking | information media & technology
  2. 2. GRADING & MARKING SYSTEM Balanced and Holistic Assessment DEPED K+12 Grading System D.O. 8, s. 2015 Standards- and Competency-Based Marking
  3. 3. GRADE COMPONENTS AND WEIGHTS Languages Araling Panlipunan Values Education Science Math MAPEH TLE STREAMS* Written Work 30% 40% 20% Performance Tasks 50% 40% 60% Quarterly Assessments 20% 20% 20% Total 100% 100% 100%
  4. 4. ASSESSMENT TOOLS Written Work Knowledge, Process and Skills, and Understanding | Quiz, Unit/Long/Chapter Test, Concept Maps, Essays, Journals, Reflection/reaction paper, Research papers, Reports, Diagrams, charts, models, work designs and plans, Laboratory reports, Data recording & analyses, Surveys, Geometric & statistical analyses, Graphs, charts, maps, Problem sets Performance Tasks Product: campaigns, case studies, collages, multimedia productions, portfolios, research project, story/poem writing; diagrams, investigatory projects, models/diagram construction; Prototype building; leaflet, poster, slogan, map, timelines, Performance: role play, presentation, debates, interviews, multimedia presentations, panel discussion, speech delivery, story telling, experiments, using manipulatives, scientific investigations, issue-awareness campaigns, simulation, skills demonstration, community involvement, news reporting, action plans preparation/implementation, etc. Quarterly Assessments Monthly Tests (Core Subjects) and Periodic Tests (All subjects, standardised format)
  5. 5. Highest, Passing and Lowest Possible Marks Highest Possible Mark Passing Mark Lowest Possible Mark 1st Quarter to 4th Quarter 99% 75% 73%
  6. 6. Descriptors, Grading Scales and Remarks Grading Scale Highest Grade Possible 90-100 95% 85-89 96% 80-84 97% 75-79 98% Below 75 Grading Scale Descriptor Remarks 90-100 Outstanding Passed 85-89 Very Satisfactory Passed 80-84 Satisfactory Passed 75-79 Fairly Satisfactory Passed Below 75 Did Not Meet Expectation Failed
  7. 7. Retentions and Promotions Requirements Decision For Grades 1 to 3 Learners Final Grade of at least 75 in all learning areas Promoted to the next grade level Did Not Meet Expectations in not more than 2 learning areas Must pass remedial classes for learning areas with failing mark to be promoted to the next grade level. Otherwise the learner is retained in the same grade level. Did Not Meet Expectations in 3 or more learning areas Retained in the same grade level
  8. 8. Retentions and Promotions Requirements Decision For Grades 4 to 10 Learners Final Grade of at least 75 in all learning areas Promoted to the next grade level Did Not Meet Expectations in not more than 2 learning areas Must pass remedial classes for learning areas with failing mark to be promoted to the next grade level. Otherwise the learner is retained in the same grade level. Did Not Meet Expectations in 3 or more learning areas Retained in the same grade level
  9. 9. Computation of Grades Written Work Performance Tasks Quarterly Assessment Raw Score (RS) W1 + W2 … + W7 P1 + P2 … + P6 MT + PT Percentage Score (PS) Raw Score x 50 + 50 Highest possible score Weighted Score (WS) Percentage Score * Weight of Component (e.g. 30%… 40%… etc.) Tentative Grade Written Work WS + Performance Task WS + Quarterly Assessment WS Final Grade Rounded Off Tentative Grade
  10. 10. Honours System LifeCollege recognises pupils/students’ exemplary academic performance every quarter. Awards are given to students based on their general average. An honour pupil/student must have an average of 90 and above and must have no grade lower than 85. Instead of using ranking to determine honour pupils/students, they are awarded with either President’s Merit or Principal’s Merit award, depending on their general average.
  11. 11. President’s Merit Award Principal’s Merit Award This award is conferred to students who obtained a General Average of 93 and above, and with no grade lower than 90 in any of the learning areas. This award is conferred to students who obtained a General Average between 90 and 92.99, and with no grade lower than 85 in any of the learning areas. Special Merit This award is conferred to students who obtained a General Average of 90 and above, but has incurred a grade that is lower than 85 in any of the learning areas.
  12. 12. NON-ACADEMIC POLICIES
  13. 13. DRESS CODE for Students Parents, Guardians, Fetchers, and Visitors no slippers, flipflops
  14. 14. Fetching & Waiting Area Please stay at a designated fetching and waiting area at the church grounds while waiting for your child/ward. For your child’s safety, we will no longer allow non-students/non-personnels to loiter inside the school premises except for those who have official business and transactions.
  15. 15. Snacks/Lunch Encourage our pupils and students to become independent and self-reliant by refraining from accompanying them during snacks/lunch time. You may prepare a packed snack/lunch or avail of our canteen services.
  16. 16. Official Business & Other Transactions • For official business and transaction at the Accounting Office, please log at the guard post and secure a visitor’s pass • For any transaction with teachers and staff, schedule an appointment at the office or directly to the teacher/adviser concerned
  17. 17. Traffic Rules • For your child’s safety, please follow the loading and unloading zones at the gate, and the designated area for tricycle and 4-wheel drives designated at the basketball area
  18. 18. Official Time Morning Session Snacks Lunch Dismissal Pre School 8:00 AM - - please refer to advisers Grade 1 to 2 7:30 AM (Monday only) AM 8:50-9:10 PM 2:55-3:15 - AM Session - 12:30 PM Session - 5:45 Grade 3 to 6 7:30 AM AM - 9:30-9:50 PM - 2:20-2:35 11:50 - 12:20 4:30 PM Grade 7 to 10 7:30 AM AM - 10-10:30 PM - 3:30-4:00 12:30 - 1:30 4:30 PM
  19. 19. LifeGroups • Your child is encouraged to be part of a LifeGroup as a support circle • Please do mind the schedule and communication with the LifeGroup leader

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