SCHOOL GUIDANCE PROGRAM

etc. to make each one feel accountable and important part of the school community All year round. their staff and facilities 3. Faculty. and on the general set-up of the school. student leaders. department. Host schools and their staff and facilities ACTIVITIES series of promotional visits to feeder schools. administration at a one on one. schoolwise and even worldwide. to consult each other on any minor and major issues facing the college and students. of the opportunities. aptitude. as well as opportunities. d. c. distribution of promotional materials. All faculty All auxiliary staff Guest speakers School connected personnel May to June 4. Administration and all concerned personnel and services A program of orientation activities duly prepared by an orientation committee. c. talk by different staff. To pave a smoother way for students’ entry into college/high school life. and even places where to buy educational supplies. e. - 1. responsibilities.g. . personality tests. Registrar’s Office. group/class discussions on issues/ problems arising. and practices adopted by the school. responsibilities and discipline expected of members of their future school. b. such as the library. Run forums. distribution and explanation of application forms a. e. to acquaint them with available personnel and services. timetabled and when chances come. Student Affairs Office. Update adequate information materials. and to give them direction towards a career more fitting to each one. g. further exclusive meetings with students showing extra interests and contemplating enrolment. and discipline they encounter if they choose to join the school community To give prospective students ample time to study and decide whether or not college life is for them. to make entry easier. privileges. general academic. bulletins. e. and to make them feel at home all along right from the start. a. To solicit the side and voice of students on school decisions. inviting those accepted to a set orientation program. class. Evaluation of tests and interviews. etc.Recruitment Application Processing January to March 2. b. and to commit themselves to respond more sincerely to school expectations To examine student’s abilities and inclination.GUIDANCE SERVICES SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES To give prospective students a preview and make them aware ahead of time. Medical and physical check of enrollees. expectations. at the level of the college/school standards may be done. facilities. open forum. offices. a. and to create and implant in them a sense of belonging. Pooling together student applicants at a central place where interviews and necessary testing (supplementary to NEAT/NSAT) such as psychological. and guests on specific areas of life and services offered in the school. etc. etc. presentation and discussion of rules. Registrar’s Office. c. Notification of applicants. posters. clinics. TIME FRAME MANPOWER AND RESOURCES Recruitment Committee. guided tour of plant. b. enrolment assistance. canteens. question-answer type. To enable students and school personnel to help themselves (face. Suggestion boxes and their up-to-date inventories. for reference to physical to physical exertions in sports. Enrolment Orientation To introduce students to the college/school community and its life. doing a. d. followed by open forums. f. d. an otherwise grueling portion of student life. students.. c. . and student body level. Faculty. excursions to outlying places and institutions related to the university and its communal life. Testing Service (Entrance Exam) in addition to NEAT/NSAT Career Guidance March to May Guidance Office. students’ concerns then be forwarded to people or offices concerned. Guidance Office. f. open anytime for counseling sessions. Consultative meetings between students and school personnel. duties. gymnasium. Organize consultative meetings between and among faculty. Community / home visitations to where students live. chapel. Counseling office manned by full-time counselors. staff. b. on oral and visual presentation above. and even showing audio visual programs honestly illustrating different areas of college life.Consultation Information Forum - To keep the community updated and wellinformed. not fight) difficulties Guidance Office and Counselors. Host Schools. Student Affairs Office. Getting the studentry informed of latest developments and needs. e. post boards. including a. regulations. talk on the affairs presently enjoyed by students. assemblies Student leaders.

on oral and visual presentation above. and on the general set-up of the school. and achievement levels d. and even showing audio visual programs honestly illustrating different areas of college life. as well as opportunities. study and decide whether or not college life is for them c. Entrance Exam B. an open door service All students. d.Pastors ministers of churches to which students belong are scheduled counseling contacts with TIME FRAME -January to March -March to May -All year round as needed -End of year -Year level transitions TARGET GROUPS -Student Applicants -All students -First Year Students -Problematic students -All students MANPOWER RESOURCES Guidance Office. help themselves (face. doing a. Vocational Guidance Office and Counselors. personality tests. Educational Students will be able to a. distribution and explanation of application forms e. Pooling together student applicants at a central place where interviews and necessary testing such as psychological. Aptitude tests I. b. d. get direction towards a more fitting career c. Faculty. general academic. d. Vocational Placement January to March Prospective High School Graduating Students Recruitment Committee. Guidance Office. progress satisfactorily from one educational experience to another ACTIVITIES a.GUIDANCE SERVICES GUIDANCE SERVICES Testing Service A. . orientation to occupational fields g. Educational /Curricular Placement B. . Registrar’s Office. Achievement tests H. Reporting test results h. c. provide teachers and counselors vital information on abilities and need areas of students Students will be able to: a.series of promotional visits to feeder schools.Counseling office manned by full-time counselors. c. examine their abilities and inclination b. of the opportunities. their staff and facilities Psychometrician and Researcher LOGISTICAL REQUIREMENTS The Guidance Office provides for test materials as part of operating expenses Placement Service A. Using Test Results Recruitment/ Application Processing . b. Mental Ability Tests SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE Students will be able to a. Notification of applicants. Vocational Testing E. expectations. Faculty. emotional maturity social adjustment. Administration of tests e. Interpreting test results g. Host schools and their staff and facilities College Transport provided for the traveling recruitment committee Promotional and Admission documents provided by the Registrar’s Office Counseling A. Church offices. Registrar’s Office. b. Chaplains and nearby pastors. Selection of tests e. inviting those accepted to a set orientation program d. privileges. Counseling Testing D. cho . Study Habits survey F. aptitude. not fight) difficulties encountered b. Interest inventories J. talk on the affairs presently enjoyed by students. preview and be made aware ahead of time. question-answer type. responsibilities and discipline expected of members of their future school. at the level of the college/school standards may be done. Medical and rehabilitation Counseling costs may be sourced from Guidance Office appropriation and from donations . Problem checklist G. Student Affairs Office. particularly the maladjusted B. orientation to the world of work f. open forum.Chaplains may be scheduled for counseling services and spiritual directions. open anytime for counseling sessions. Cocurricular Placement C. responsibilities. commit themselves to respond more sincerely to school expectations d. choosing an occupational area h. Host Schools. and discipline they encounter if they choose to join the school community b. etc. follow up to determine appropriateness of occupational i. duties. further exclusive meetings with students showing extra interests and contemplating enrolment. distribution of promotional materials. evaluate their intellecttual skills. Evaluation of tests and interviews. adjust to unpredictable pressures All year round. IQ Tests C. Scoring of tests f.

Chaplains and nearby pastors.Apprenticeship E. or psychiatric services. friends and family . anxiety and depression . Medical and rehabilitation officers and centers Social Welfare Officers Covered by Guidance Office appropriation as operating expense Encouraging donations from concerned individuals . enhance self-esteem p therapy g. . make use of idle moments to enrich their experiences students wishing to consult them. acquire new insights and selfconfidence Students will be able to a. Relationship E.C.Learning time and stress management skills officers and centers As the need arises Referrals A.Spiritual C.Community D.Rehabilitation F. Medical B. Church offices. get directions according to the nature and gravity of their cases c. or rehabilitation centers Referrals to student pastors. psychological. receive appropriate professional help from specialists b.Student-parent-counselor meetings . school and work h. c. Personal D.Coping with feelings of loneliness. maintain and safeguard sound mind.Exploring human sexuality and sexual identity . Crisis c. spiritual advisers Referrals to community resources as needed Recommendations for onthe-job training and summer job exposures Referrals of drug dependents to rehabilitation centers Referrals of rape/ sexual abuse victims to Social Welfare officers Referrals of crime suspects to community officials/ local police / justice officials Case studies confirming background of the above cases Al year round as needs arise Heavily problematic students Guidance Office and Counselors.Social Welfare Referrals to medical authorities. promote supportive relationships f. ministers. pursue undisrupted but productive schooling Adjustment e. balance demands of home.Resolving issues concerning roommates. priests. body and spirit d.

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