Types of Violations
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Types of Violations (2010 revision)


Less Serious Violations


Are menial offenses which may be considered grave after repetitive commission. Such offenses are penalized progressively and may be independently assessed each school year. 


Professional Ethics

LS1.        Smoking within 25 meters from the perimeter of the school 


LS2.        Constant use of profane/obscene language within school premises


LS3.        Use of networking sites during hours of work



LS4.        Unapproved absence from work (AWOL)


LS5.        Leaving the campus without permission and/or supporting documents


LS6.        Coming to school during non-working days without official permit from the Unit Head


Disobedience and Insubordination

LS7.        Non-wearing of official school uniform, including the school identification card within school premises


LS8.        Failure to comply with school’s dress code


LS9.        Inappropriate grooming such as:




·         Hair touching the nape

·         Extreme hair dye

·         Mohawk

·         Wearing earrings 

·         Wearing makeup

·         Extreme hair dye

·         Wearing multiple earrings




LS10.      Failure to submit unit reports


LS11.      Failure to submit official record of grades


LS12.      Failure to submit lesson plan


LS13.      Failure to submit examination documents


LS14.      Habitual failure in performing routine procedures



Serious Violations


Are offenses which are grave in nature but are subject to circumstantial basis. Penalty for serious cases depends on the investigation, evaluation and assessment of the ESS Discipline Tribunal.


Professional Ethics

S1.          Any pending criminal case under the revised penal code and special penal laws  - such as swindling (estafa), theft, falsification, perjury, alarms and scandals, abduction, seduction/corruption of minors, threats and coercion, bigamy and adultery


S2.          Borrowing money or any item in-kind directly or indirectly from parents / students of the school for personal purposes


S3.          Receipt of gift, of any value, in item or kind (including trips, meals and the like) from parents or students of the school, except on special school occasions


S4.          Soliciting business from parents and/or students


S5.          Willfully inflicting  bodily injury or assaulting a co-employee within the premises of the school, except for self-defense


S6.          Threatening, intimidating, coercing, making obscene or libelous statement about another employee, parent or student


S7.          Smoking in campus 


S8.          Smoking or drinking alcohol with a student of the school


S9.          Public display of affection within the school premises


S10.        Scandalous display of homosexual behavior


S11.        Over familiarity with students and/or parents


S12.        Conducting school related activities outside the school premises without management consent 


S13.        Tutoring of ESS students without the consent from the ESS management


S14.        Conducting unofficial activities within the premises of the school


S15.        Causing damage to school property due to negligence


S16.        Unauthorized use of school equipment and facilities


S17.        Practice of any degrading and offensive discipline techniques in dealing with students


S18.        Possession of any form of pornographic material


S19.        Damage of school property


S20.        Gambling, of any form, inside school premises


S21.        Playing of on-line (Dota), social network (Farmville), networking games (Special Force) and/or other forms of computer gaming using school facilities and during working hours



S22.        Abandonment of an on-going class or official duty for no valid / justifiable reason




S23.        “Moonlighting” or accepting employment in other organizations without consent from the school management


S24.        Unreasonable act of mortification or defamation of the school, its management or school policy or practice


S25.        Proselytizing (Ostentatious practice or discussion of another faith/belief aside from that practiced by the school)  on campus


Disobedience and Dishonesty

S26.        Tending to incite, instigate or provoke any person to create unlawful disturbance , alarm, scandal, division, or disorder against the school / a member of the school community


S27.        Giving false testimony during an official investigation


S28.        Refusing to submit to the authority of the school security personnel while performing their duties


S29.        Disrespecting a superior


S30.        Disregard of instruction and/or orders from immediate supervisor or members of management without justifiable cause


S31.        Misuse of collected funds


S32.        Non-remittance of collected funds within the given deadline


S33.        Failure to submit well-accounted and balanced liquidation report within the specified period


S34.        Breach of confidentiality


S35.        Unauthorized access of official school documents or records


S36.        Misrepresentation of the school



Extremely Serious


Are offenses which are considered done with malice and intention to harm others or violate the school rules and regulations. Such offenses are considered extremely grave and if proven, will automatically result to the employee’s dismissal after due process. 


        Professional Ethics

ES1.        Conviction in any afore-cited criminal cases even if on appeal


ES2.        Inflicting  bodily injury or assaulting a student or guest of the school, except for self-defense


ES3.        Reporting to work intoxicated


                ES4.        Possession of prohibited drugs and/or regulated drugs unless prescribed for medical reasons


ES5.        Possession of a deadly weapon


ES6.        Indecent bodily exposure


ES7.        Initiating / involvement in an intimate relationship whether physical or not with a minor 


ES8.        Sexual harassment


ES9.        Child Abuse


ES10.     Acts of immorality


ES11.     Accepting bribery and/or illegal commission from any source in-exchange for special favors and the like


ES12.     Conducting unofficial activities outside the premises of the school



ES13.     Conducting unauthorized collection of funds from parents, students or co-workers


ES14.     Willful and malicious breach of trust


ES15.     Falsifying or tampering of official school records / documents


ES16.     Unauthorized possession and use of official school documents or records


ES17.     Plagiarism or intellectual dishonesty



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