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SCHOOL TIMINGS
MONDAY TO FRIDAY 
Nursery To PRE-K

8:45 am to 2:30 pm
1st to 10th.

8:45 am to 3:30 pm 
SATURDAY
1st to 10th.

8:45 am to 12:45 pm 
LUNCH BREAK
1st to 10th.

12:45 pm to 1:15 pm 
OFFICE HOURS

8:00 am to 5:00 pm 
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BOOKS AND UNIFORM

Books can be purchased form the school depot on re-opening of the school.

Uniform should be ordered through school.
This is insisted in order to maintain uniformity. Tie and Belt must be purchased form the school 

WITHDRAWALS

In case of withdrawals, application for issue of Transfer Certificate should be submitted to the office at least 7 days in advance. Transfer certificate will not be issued unless all the dues are paid.If the head of the institution finds any students performance unsatisfactory and order withdrawal of such student, it is obligatory on the part of the parent or guardian to withdraw the student. 

PROMOTIONS

Promotion from one class to another will be made strictly as per promotional rules. The student who fails in the same class for two consecutive years will be removed from the rolls. 

There are two lasting bequests we can give our children : one is roots. The other is wing.

Hodding Carlus.T

GENERAL RULES OF SCHOOL

  • Every child admitted to school must have complete school uniform and it should be clean and well ironed.
  • Uniform should be washed and ironed and shoes should be well polished. Sufficient care should be taken by the parents/guardians towards the cleanliness of the dress and person of their children/wards.
  • The students must be in the school premises by 8:45 am from Monday to Saturday. Late comers without a written excuse from parents are liable to be sent home, unless they are accompanied by a responsible person.
  • The students must bring their books according to their Time Table and Parents/Guardians should see that their children/wards devote suficient time every day to study, revise the l essons and to do their home work.
  • Property of the school should be safe guarded. Desks, walls & doors of the classes should be kept clean. A student who is making such mischiefs will be liable to pay fine or he/she may be suspended.
  • Regular attendance is insisted upon. A student who is absent for the class will not be ad mitted unless a leave note is produced from parents/guardians stating the reason for absence.
  • Irregular attendance, disobedience to teachers and any kind of cheating or serious mis conduct even outside the school premises or any habit or behaviour objection able to the good tone of the school are sufficient reasons for dismissal of pupil.
  • The students are not allowed to leave the school premises during the school hours without the permission of the Principal.
  • Students should keep their class rooms absolutely clean and tidy. Any damage done to the school property will be charged individually or collectively as the case may be.
  • Students are expected to maintain silence in the class. They must obey their class leader and co-operate with them to maintain perfect discipline.
  • Students should not attend the school wearing valuable jewels or ornaments. The school will not be responsible for the loss thereof.
  • Besides the terminal and final examinations there will be unit tests every month. Results of all the tests and examinations will be taken into consideration for promotion.
  • Results of examinations and other reports will be given in the progress report Parents/Guardians are requested to sign and return them to the teachers next day. A child failing to do so or having recourse to unfair means will be duly punished.
  • Parents/Guardians are most welcome to the school to enquire and satisfy themselves with regard to the performance and progress of their children/wards, they should approach the Head of the institution for any clarification.
  • Students who are absent from the terminal examination for any reason, other than sickness and justified by a Doctor’s Certificate will be considered as having failed.
 

Advance our knowledge of Education. 

Cultivate dignity in the people we are serving. 

Communicate and incarnate humanity  

Address real needs in a dynamic and mutually beneficial way.  

HOME WORK

HOME WORK

We recognize that one of the distinctive characteristics of the Sujana experience is that our students carry a full and robust academic load while also maintaining an equally hearty extra-curricular schedule. This commitment from our students not only supports the school’s need and desire to provide a generous number of opportunities for students to plug into the community, it is also the important “other half” of the Sujana educational experience.  

With that in mind, it is incumbent on Sujana to develop a healthier and more realistic approach to homework in an effort to promote learning and engagement, while also creating time in the daily student schedule for the more important academic pursuits of critical thinking and problem solving. For too many years, independent schools have been engaging in an academic “arms race” that has subscribed to the theory that more work is equivalent to a more rigorous academic program. We are pushing back as we do not believe this is in the best interest of student learning or health. We believe that quantity does not equate to quality. 

Homework is a valuable academic tool that can teach organization, time management, and prioritization; however, we do not believe that homework in and of itself can promote learning. It is one tool at the disposal of a teacher and should be used in proportion to its academic value. We believe the most valuable time a student spends on any academic subject is the time he/she spends in class with peers and teachers.

We also believe that as a college preparatory school, as students move into the high school, homework should begin to mirror what our students will face beyond their time at Sujana: greater emphasis on reading and writing and decreased emphasis on worksheets, chapter review questions, and other forms of traditional “pencil and paper” assignments.

Therefore, we believe that homework should:

  • always be relevant, reasonable, and appropriate
  • previously taught and learned concepts or introduce new concepts to gauge student knowledge
  • never be designed to be busywork or to simply occupy the time of a student in an effort to demonstrate the rigor of a course or to create false hoops which a student must jump through in an academic survival of the fittest .

Homework should remain reasonable and consideration of the student’s overall academic and extra-curricular load should be taken into account. Learning, curiosity, and engagement should take precedence over the occupation of a student’s time.

EMERGENCY SITUATIONS ON CAMPUS

Administration, faculty and staff members have been trained, and they will refer to the Emergency Management Handbook or the classroom emergency flip-chart book for procedures relative to all emergencies including those described below. Students are expected to remain quiet and to follow all teacher instructions during fire and tornado drills. Misbehavior during these drills may result in detention or other disciplinary action.
All communication with parents, faculty, staff, etc. in emergency or school closing situations will be done via an automated calling system. Each family will receive an sms and/or a phone call (using the primary contact information on file) depending on the situation at hand.

FIRE ALARM

Upon sounding the fire alarm, all office and classroom doors and windows will be closed, all lights will be extinguished, and all occupants of the building will move quickly and quietly outside via the nearest exit. Teachers on the floor will check classrooms for students and insure all openings are closed. The first two persons arriving at each exit will hold open the doors. Once at the assembly point, each student should join his/her class. Teachers will assemble their students in the prescribed area(s) and take roll.

SEVERE WEATHER

Sujana will make its own decision regarding severe weather: to open at the regular time, to delay the start of school, or to close (regardless of the action of any other system or school.) Once we know about a change in school opening, all families will be contacted using the Messaging system. If you do not get a message from Sujana, expect school to open at the regularly scheduled hour.

TORNADO ALERT

When advised of a tornado alert, students should go to predetermined assembly points. Everyone should kneel against/close to an inner wall with head between knees and hands, if possible holding a solid object over the back of the head.

RAIN

Students should keep rain wear in lockers and ready for inclement weather. A collapsible umbrella (without a sharp point) is permissible

WARNING/DRILL

In the event of a Warning/Drill, listen to your teacher and follow these general rules:


  • Remain calm and listen to the teacher’s instructions.
  • Lock all doors and close and lock all windows.
  • Move to an area in the room, when possible, that is out of sight of windows and door windows.
  • Squat or crouch on floor next to the wall, head down.
  • If outside and time permits, move to nearest structure and follow above instructions.
  • Do not allow any unauthorized person to enter room.
  • Wait for further instructions including an “all clear.”

HONOR CODE

HONOR CODE

Every student is honor bound to refrain from lying, cheating and stealing. A student’s word is his/her bond.
  • Lying is the intentional falsification or denial of fact or the intentional creating of a false impression or the breaking of a pledge.
  • Cheating is giving, receiving or attempting to give or receive unauthorized help that could result in an unfair advantage in completing school work. It is also the representation of another’s work as one’s own.
  • Stealing is the taking of anything without the consent of the owner.


  • All school policies are created in order to promote an orderly, healthy and happy school climate, thereby promoting the general welfare, safety and sound learning environment of each student. The goal of these policies is to create selfdisciplined, hard-working and responsible school citizens. The student body can function successfully only when it experiences cooperation from each member of the group. Since students differ in maturity and life experience, some require more personal guidance than others. In light of this truth, the following guidelines have been established. Parents of students accepted into the Sujana student body are informed of these regulations and asked for their unqualified support. The school does not wish to project itself into any student’s home nor encroach upon the proper authority of the parents. However, the school necessarily must be concerned with any action which may endanger the student, disrupt the instructional process or harm the reputation of the student or school alike. One of our most important school values is community, a body comprised of students and faculty with mutual respect. Therefore, students who have earned disciplinary action are expected to accept it in a spirit of good will and good grace, recognizing that the action taken is intended for their benefit  

CONDUCT

CONDUCT

Students are expected to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner as they participate in all areas of school life. The throwing of any projectile is forbidden. Weapons (this includes Boy Scout knives, Swiss Army knives, or facsimiles), matches, lighters, laser pens or obscene material may not be brought on campus. These will be confiscated.

Any misconduct, whether on or off of the Sujana campus, will potentially be addressed by Lower School faculty and administration, and could be subject to disciplinary action. Misconduct that occurs off campus or off school hours can disrupt the school day if the misconduct is discussed during school hours. Please refer to the Sujana admissions contract for further stipulations on conduct expected of a Sujana student.  

FOOD

FOOD

Food should be consumed only during lunch time in the course of the regular school day, unless specific permission has been given by teacher. Students should dispose of all litter in the appropriate containers.
Students should bring their own food. Outside food are not allowed

Chewing gum is not permitted on campus at any time. 

LIBRARY

LIBRARY

Removal of library materials, whether printed or electronic, without following established check-out procedures is considered stealing. 

LITTER

LITTER

The school belongs to each student. Each student should take pride in the school’s general appearance by helping to keep the campus clear of litter. 

FIELD TRIPS

FIELD TRIPS

Each class teacher will communicate details regarding each field trip to all parents. Please understand that younger siblings may not attend lower school field trips and there are no exceptions. 

SCHOOL DISCIPLINE

SCHOOL DISCIPLINE

Refer to all adults with the proper title: Mr./Mrs./Ms./Miss/Dr. Respond respectfully to questions from adults with “Yes, sir,” “Yes, ma’am,” “No, sir” or “No, ma’am.” Sujana students are expected to exhibit concern and charity in their dealings with other members of the Sujana school community. All students are to respect the dignity and rights of other persons and their property.

All students are expected to develop and maintain a high standard of personal integrity and honor in behavior, language, good manners and work. All students shall observe the regulations of the school, guiding their actions through the use of common sense. Sujana students are taught that their behavior has consequences both positive and negative, and that they must accept responsibility for their own behavior and schoolwork. Therefore, the positive discipline we encourage at Sujana School is based upon self-discipline. Students will follow the course of discipline established by individual grades. Discipline procedures will be explained to students in homeroom class at the beginning of the school year. Discipline is created to be developmentally appropriate according to each age in all the school grades.  

DRESS CODE

DRESS CODE

Students at Sujana are expected to be well groomed and decently dressed at all times. They are expected to respect their school uniform and wear it with pride.

All students are expected to develop and maintain a high standard of personal integrity and honor in behavior, language, good manners and work. All students shall observe the regulations of the school, guiding their actions through the use of common sense. Sujana students are taught that their behavior has consequences both positive and negative, and that they must accept responsibility for their own behavior and schoolwork. Therefore, the positive discipline we encourage at Sujana School is based upon self-discipline. Students will follow the course of discipline established by individual grades. Discipline procedures will be explained to students in homeroom class at the beginning of the school year. Discipline is created to be developmentally appropriate according to each age in all the school grades.  

GENERAL RULES FOR DRESS

  • Clothes must be in good condition. They must be neat and clean. No holes in clothing will be allowed.
  • Belts must be worn with all pants and shorts. The belts must be visible.
  • All shirts must be worn tucked inside pants, shorts and skirts.
  • Hats should never be worn inside a building on campus. School caps are only permitted for outdoor classes and with the permission of the teacher (principally, any physical education activities).
  • All shirts/blouses must be plain white short/long sleeve with no lettering.
  • Jumper/skort length must be no more than two inches above the top of the knee.
  • Students are required to arrive on campus properly attired.
  • The warm weather uniform extends until November 1st and resumes again March 1st. Please see the calendar for exact days that the warm weather uniform begins and ends.
  • All students must enter school with uniform shoes.

PERSONAL APPEARANCE

PERSONAL APPEARANCE

  • Hair must be clean and neatly groomed. Boys’ hair must be worn above the eyebrows, above the ears and above the collar. No unnatural coloring of the hair is permitted.
  • For boys and girls, extreme hair styles or unnatural colors are not allowed. Drastic changes in hair color or style will not be tolerated. This includes fads and cuts that draw undue attention. Students who arrive on campus in violation of this policy may expect to be sent home immediately to remedy the problem.
  • Girls may not wear oversized earrings, necklaces, and only one bracelet at a time. Earrings and necklaces are not permitted for boys. d. No makeup can be worn with uniforms. Lip Gloss with color tint is not allowed.
  • Plain, clear polish only on fingernails. No glitter or color polish.
  • Tattoos are forbidden, permanent or temporary.
  • Shoe laces must be tied at all times, for safety reasons.  

SCHOOL UNIFORM DESCRIPTION

UNIFORM DESCRIPTION

     

MON,TUE,THU & FRI

PREP I and PREP II

BOYS
GIRLS
Pink & White Strips ShirtPink & White Strips Shirt
Grey ShortsGrey Frock
Black Shoes & Grey with Red SocksBlack Shoes & Grey with Red Socks

GRADE I to GRADE IV

BOYS
GIRLS
Pink & White Strips ShirtPink & White Strips Shirt
Grey ShortsGrey Pinafore
Black Shoes & Grey with Red SocksBlack Shoes & Grey with Red Socks

GRADE V to GRADE X

BOYS
GIRLS
Pink & White Strips ShirtPink & White Strips Shirt
Grey TrousersGrey Skirt
Black Shoes & Grey with Red SocksBlack Shoes & Grey with Red Socks

WEDNESDAY

SATURDAY

Maroon color Track SuitFull White Uniform

WINTER WEAR

Grey color pullover

SUSPENSIONS

SUSPENSIONS

Suspensions from school are serious and are meant to give students time to consider their actions and the consequences associated with those actions. It is our hope that a permanent change will occur in the behavior and the thinking that led to the behavior. Since suspensions are considered unexcused absences, any missed work during the period of the suspension will receive a grade of 80% of the earned grade on the assignment. A student who is suspended from school may not be on campus for any reason or participate in any extracurricular activities during the time of the suspension.  
SCHOOL FEES
The school fee is charged for all the twelve months of the year. Computer subject is compulsary from II to X std. Separate computer fees too be paid along with the monthly fees. The monthly fees has to be paid along with the monthly fees.

The monthly fees has to be paid in advance by the 10th of every month. If the student fails to pay the fees by the required date then he/she is liable to pay Rs. 1/- per day. Fee for the month of March and April to be paid in March. No student will be allowed to appear for the Examinations unless all the dues are paid up to date.Special fees like Examination Fee & Annual Day fee is also collected.

Under no circumstances the fees once paid will be refunded. Fee for the entire term has to be paid even if the child attends only a part of the term.
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SCHOOL VAN FACILITY
Van facility will be provided only on “To and Fro” basis. Once the Van facility is availed, it should be continued till the end of the academic yer. Van fee will be charged for 10 months in a academic year, irrespective of unexpected leave/holiday. Those who are availing van facility should pay van fee in advance along with monthly fees by 10th of every month. 
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PRE MATRIC SCHOLORSHIPS
Pre Matric Scholorships are provided for
Minorities(Muslims,Christians,Jains,Sikhs,Buddhists,Parsis)
by the Karnataka Directorate of Minorities. 
Apply Online:http://scholorships.gov.in 
For more information visit http://gokdom.kar.nic.in