Guidance Program

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Analysis of the Guidance Program:

The Guidance Program of the three schools is divided into two categories: the student development program and human resource.

I. Student Development Program

The projects within this program are directly centered on the development of the students or child.

Program: Orientation

Orientation is a key part of any guidance program, whether it is for elementary or high school. This is one of the first, if not the earliest project they have to produce.

Target People: Freshman Student

Orientation should not be just centered on freshmen students. It should also be given to new recruits to that school who just need as much adjustment as the others.

Objectives: To assess the student for the adjustment in new school setting.

This should really be the key purpose of an orientation.

Activities: Orientation for Freshman Students

They could include games and activities within that orientation for the school to appear not entirely centered on school policies alone. This is to make the students feel more welcome.

Person Involved: - Guidance Counselor and Freshman Students

During orientation, we believe it's key that every member of the faculty is there for proper introduction, as well as administration officers.

Time Frame: June

Orientation should really be done at the first week of school.

Budget: 10,000

The money is sufficient to address the financial aspect of the program.

Success Indicator: Freshman Student will orient to the school policy.

Aside from this, the students should also feel a sense of luck for getting to the school where they at.

Program: Mental Ability Test

Mental Ability Test should be a key part of any guidance program, whether it is for elementary or high school. The implementation of such a program establishes the school as an institution who recognizes the individuality of the students.

Target People: Grades 3-6 and High School

This should really be administered every year to see how much progress the student achieved.

Objectives: To measure the mental ability level of each student.

This should really be the key purpose of a mental ability test

Activities: Group test.

Person Involved: - Guidance Counselor and Students

Time Frame: July-December

If this could be done at the earlier part of the school, it should be done that way.

Budget: 50,000

The money is sufficient to address the financial aspect of the program.

Success Indicator: Students from each department will be asked to take the test.

Each and every student of the school should be given this test, with the results properly evaluated.

Program: PNLT (Purdue Non-language Test)

PNLT should be a key part of any guidance program, whether it is for elementary or high school. The implementation of such a program establishes the school as an institution who recognizes the individuality of the students.

Target People: Pre-School, Elementary and High School

This should really be administered every year to see how much progress the students achieved.

Objectives: To measure the mental ability level of each student.

This should really be the key purpose of a mental ability test

Activities: Group test.

Person Involved: - Guidance Counselor and Students

Time Frame: September

If this could be done at the earlier part of the school, it should be done that way.

Budget: 10,000

The money may be insufficient to address the financial aspect of the program.

Success Indicator: Students from each department will be asked to take the test.

Each and every student of the school should be given this test, with the results properly evaluated.

Program: CDT (Catechetical Diagnostic Test)

CDT is a unique part of this guidance program that can only be found in catholic schools.

Target People: Personnel Faculty

Other members of the school, including the administrators...
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