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Wednesday, 10 May 2017 01:48 Written by 
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The social networking platforms are not the proper forum or venue for the discussion or airing of grievances against or of personal or private concerns with co-employees, administrators, students, or parents. In line with the policy of open communications,  the different stakeholders in the school are encouraged to discuss concerns, issues or grievances with the person concerned or with the immediate head.
Any employee, parent, student or administrator who airs, ventilates, discusses, discloses or uploads concerns or issues with other stakeholders on the social networking platforms without first taking it up with the person concerned shall be considered guilty of fomenting, creating or causing dissension or discord, disloyalty or disrespect for authority and/or acts inimical to the common good of the institution and shall be dealt with accordingly. 
 
- Atty. Faustino R. Madriaga, Jr.

 

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