Responsibilities of the students and Staff Affairs:

 First: With Respect to Staff, His /Her Terms of Reference Are as Follows:

  • To preside of the Personnel Department.
  • To follow up with monitoring holidays, disciplinary actions, attendance and staff progress.
  • To supervise the attendance record and to verify signatures.
  • To supervise the work of assistants, and to prepare sub-files for the school staff.
  • To ensure that workers attached to the school perform their duties competently, including the duties of guarding and cleaning.
  • To ensure that teachers execute their duties.
  • To supervise Unit of Statistics and Information (e-government) in terms of:
    • Developing a database of staff in terms of salaries, rewards, promotions, transfers, training and vacations.
    • Preparing a calculation of the amount of students, staff and buildings.
    • Preparing statements that describe the conditions of the buildings in terms of validity and adequacy.
  • The personnel manager shall also prepare statements for furniture, and the maintenance of it.
  • To inform the administration of all the required data according to his/her competence.
  • To nominate homeroom teachers in coordination with the administration, and to inform them of their duties. These duties include the following:
    • To be aware of social and educational matters of the students in his/her class, so that he/she can keep up with the students’ social and educational development.
    • To inform the principal on matters that concern the class, and to consult with the student counselor and principal on student problems.
    • The homeroom teacher should be in constant contact with other teachers who teach the class, to investigate the students’ educational achievement and the extent of their participation.
    • To inform the Educational Council of problems that occur in the class at least once during the semester.
    • The homeroom teacher is primarily responsible for enforcing student discipline in the classroom, and he/she has to cooperate with teachers and parents/ guardians to prevent indiscipline or any other negative phenomena.
    • The homeroom teacher is responsible for the daily teacher’s book of the class and good management.
    • The duty of the homeroom teacher is to identify the absence and tardiness of students on a daily basis.
    • The homeroom teacher must clarify the reasons for tardiness or absence.
    • At the beginning of the school year, he/she should organize committees and elections for the class, and define their functions.
    • The homeroom teacher should bring to awareness students’ social problems which concern the class in general, and to attempt to solve them.
    • The homeroom teacher should develop a good environment in his/her class, and initiate social activities (such as helping the needy and organizing parties, trips and events).
    • The homeroom teacher must brief council members on concerns of the students about learning and behavior.
    • He/she is to keep records of students’ grades and to be informed on their achievement and progress in all subjects.
    • At the end of each semester, he/she should fill out certificates, record important notes, and sign and distribute them.
    • He/she should identify and record all matters related to the student (such as behavioral problems, learning tendencies and active participation, etc.) in the appropriate file for the student.
    • He/she must remain in constant contact with the parent/guardian of the student.
    • The homeroom teacher determines appropriate time to meet with students and parents/guardians.
    • He/she should remain in constant contact with the school’s clinic to be informed on the student’s health.
    • He/she should remain in constant contact with the school counselor to be informed on the social development of the students.
    • He/she should strive to maintain a good, clean and neat appearance in front of the students.
    • He/she should strive to keep the class clean and maintain a good appearance and image for the class.
    • He/she should develop social and religious pride in the students through events and social activities aimed at education.
    • To execute any other matters as required by the administration in respect to his/her job.
  • To implement any observations of the administration.

Second: With Regards to Students, His /Her Terms of Reference Are as Follows:

  • Manage the admission process of new students in the school.
  • Approves the reports and statistics required by the administration and the Directorate of Education.
  • Distributes students to different fields of specialties in the school.
  • Communicates with family, and to pinpoint the results of students.
  • Supervises the organization of learning groups in terms of approving and listing students, and to investigate students and parents’/guardians’ complaints in that regard.
  • Follows up with the work of the Student Affair Officer, officials of classroom supervision, student activities and the school counselor.
  • Composes a coordination committee, a committee that writes coordination lists for new students in descending order according to the terms listed (serial number, student’s name, seat number, intermediate school of students, the administration to which the school belongs, parent/guardian name and address of residence). Then the officer obtains approval for statements from the school principal and then stamps and sends it to the education department for approval, after the process the student becomes officially enrolled in school.
  • Overseeing the books of conduct for absente students, and to ensure that notices are sent on time.
  • Ensure the approval of medical certificates.
  • Follows up with the insurance for student injury in school.
  • Approves the list of student distribution to classes at the beginning of the school year.
  • Coordinates student’s distribution to the appropriate classroom in the school building (taking into account students who suffer from health problems).
  • Follows up with the supervision of health officials.
  • Organizes and conducts student council elections.

Third: With Regard to School Buildings, His/ Her Terms of Reference are as Follows:

  • Overseeing the committee of maintenance, cleanliness and adorning.
  • Inspects the school is interior and exterior to check for cleanliness and good appearance.
  • Develops plans and programs necessary to adorn the school building from the inside and out, both those that concern landscaping, ornamental pools, removing obstacles or the use of spaces to adorn the school building.
  • Supervises of the cleanliness of the buildings, hallways, the various floors, classrooms, laboratories, library, administration and activities rooms, yards, fences, stairs and toilets.
  • Supervises the electrical instillations in the various facilities in school, and maintenance work on it.
  • Supervision of the consumption of water and electricity to monitor and control intake.
  • Reports periodically to the school principal on the implementation of plans and programs, and to identify problems facing these implementations, and to propose remedies.
  • Follows up with the awareness of aesthetic value and to instill it in the hearts of staff and students.
  • Follows up with competitions regarding adorning the school, and to set apart special awards in cooperation with the social education and Friends of the Environment Group.
  • Follows up with the cleanliness of the cafeteria, and to ensure compliance with the health standards regarding the foods provided.