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INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE MIDDLE SCHOOL AIN AAR STUDENT HANDBOOK ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012
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TABLE OF CONTENTS MIDDLE SCHOOL MESSAGE 1 I.C. MISSION AND OBJECTIVES 2 CEDAR SONG 5 I. ACADEMIC MATTERS AND THE CURRICULUM 6 A. Introduction and overview 6 B. The program of studies 8 1. Arabic 8 2. Art 3. Drama 13 14 4. Electives 15 5. English 16 6. French 23 7. Information Technology 33 8. Library skills / CDI 34 9. Mathematics 35 10. Music 42 11. Physical Education 44 12. Sciences 45 13. Social Studies 46 14. Technology 51 C . Reinforcement sessions and learning support 52 II. NON-ACADEMIC MATTERS 54 A. Policies i. Academic promotion 55 Course coefficients and promotion policy 55 55 Honor list 56 Exemption from final exams 57 Make up exams 58 Academic probation Retention / Withdrawal ii. Admission 59 iii. Advisory and counseling 59 iv. Assessment policy 59 v. Language policy 62 vi. Discipline 63 Rationale General behavior Policy against bullying and harassment Cell Phone Contract 64 Leaving the campus and skipping classes 66
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Tardiness 66 Classroom behavior 66 Cheating and plagiarism 66 Student conduct during exams 67 Procedures followed for discipline 67 Disciplinary probation 68 vii. Dress code 68 viii. Homework policy 68 ix. Information Technology and the Internet 71 x. Private tutoring 73 xi. Professional development service 73 xii. School bus safety rules 74 xiii. Special Arabic policy 75 xiv. Special Needs policy 76 B. Procedures 76 i. Absence / Illness / Clinical appointments 77 ii. Arrival / Dismissal / Access to gates 77 iii. Items forgotten at home 77 iv. Gifts 77 v. Health services 77 vi. I.D. cards 77 vii. Instructional materials 78 viii. Lost and found 78 ix. Money / Jewelry worn to school 78 x. Parent involvement 78 xi. Reporting 78 xii. Weekly school schedule 79 xiii. Tuition fees 79 C. Student Services 79 i. Co-curricular activities 79 ii. Communicating with parents 79 iii. Financial aid 80 iv. Food services 80 v. Health services 80 vi. Learning Media Center services 80 vii. Transportation 81
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1 TO ALL PARENTS AND STUDENTS Greetings from the administration, faculty and staff of the Middle School We look forward to working together this year. This handbook is a written compilation of the procedures, practices and policies that have been developed through successful usage over a number of years. Its purpose is to clarify matters and serve as a reference. We strongly recommend that you carefully read this handbook. It is essential that the entire school community be committed to complying with school policies and to respecting its practices. We hope you find this document useful. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Phone numbers: 04 - 928 468 / 928 470 / 911 246 Fax: 04 - 911 247 Website: www.ic.edu.lb E-mail addresses: Abou Lebdeh, Diana daboulebde@ic.edu.lb Lundholm, Jaana jlundholm@ic.edu.lb Matta, Colette cmatta@ic.edu.lb Diana Abou Lebdeh Director September 2011
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2 I.C. MISSION AND OBJECTIVES International College Philosophy The mission of International College is to educate young men and women to be compassionate and self-reliant, capable of initiative and critical thinking, and who will serve as role models in society.
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