Parents’ and Guardians’ Conduct

Last Updated: 04 September 2018

San Yu Adventist School is committed to students' 'wholistic' development and recognizes the importance of giving students an opportunity to succeed. All members of the school community are committed to ensuring a physically and emotionally safe environment. A student's success is impacted by the supportive involvement of the student's parents and guardians.

Parents and guardians will:

  1. Conduct themselves in a courteous manner with students, teachers, administration, and other parents while on campus.
  2. Demonstrate support for the school policies and guidelines delineated in the student handbook.
  3. Foster student cooperation with school norms and culture.

Under normal circumstances a child is not to be deprived of an Adventist education on grounds relating to the attitude of the parents and guardians. However, should the point be reached where it is determined that a student's parent or guardian has engaged in conduct that was become obstructive to the school program, or has demonstrated an uncooperative, destructive, discourteous, scandalous, rumor-driven, threatening, hostile, or divisive attitude towards a student, another parent, a teacher, an administrator, a staff member, or the school in general; the school reserves the right to cease services to the student. The withdrawal policy will be applied.