Anda di halaman 1dari 7

Recomendaciones del Docente

Nombre del alumno_______________________________________________ Grado


Docente ________________________________________________

Descriptores

Criterio
Asistencia/
Puntualidad
Preparacin

Hbitos de
Trabajo

Muy Bajo
1

Satisfactorio
4
2

Excelente
7
5 Bueno / 6 Muy Bueno

Muy pocas veces est a tiempo

Usualmente llega a tiempo a clase

Siempre llega a tiempo.

1
2
Muy pocas veces est preparado
con sus materiales de clase.

3
4
Usualmente est preparado con
sus materiales.

Entra a clase con todos los


materiales necesarios.

Sus asignaciones no las hace con


regularidad.

Sus asignaciones estn


Usualmente completadas a
tiempo.
3
4

Todos los trabajos son completados a


tiempo.

Usualmente esta preparado para


trabajar cuando el profesor entra en
clase.

Siempre est listo para trabajar


cuando el professor entra a clase.

No se prepara para la clase hasta


que el profesor le indica.
Rara vez escucha las
instrucciones y recomendaciones
del profesor.
Requiere monitoreo para que se
mantenga enfocado en las
asignaciones.

Conducta

Fecha ____________

2 Bajo / 3 Inadecuado

____________

Usualmente escucha las


instrucciones y recomendaciones
del profesor.
Usualmente est atento y en las
asignaciones ignora las
distracciones.

Siempe escucha atentamente las


instrucciones y recomendaciones
del profesor.
Siempre atento y en las
asignaciones ignora las
distracciones.

1
2
Frecuentemente muestra falta
de respeto.

3
4
Usualmente trata a los dems con
respeto.

5
6
7
Siempre trata a los dems con
respeto.

Frecuentemente muestra un
comportamiento en contra de los
docentes.

Usualmente se relaciona de
manera correcta con los adultos.

Siempre se relaciona de manera


correcta con los adultos.

Usualmente no interrumpe a los


dems.

No interrumpe a los dems en


clase.

Ocasionalmente genera problemas


con otros.

Excelente trato a los dems.

Usualmente no socializa en clase.

Contribuye constructivamente a la
clase No socializa durante clase.

Trata de interrumpir a sus


dems compaeros de clases.
Se relaciona pobremente con los
dems.
Pasa la mayora del tiempo
socializando.
Rara vez se comunica en el
idioma que se est enseando.

Usualmente se comunica en el
idioma que se est enseando.

Siempre se comunica en el
idioma que se est enseando.

1. Describe any special services the child receives:


SEN (Special Education Needs program)
Gifted [ ]
2.

Speech [ ]

[ ]

EAL (English as an Additional Language) [ ]

Language [ ]

Other ________________________________________________

Please indicate the strength of your recommendation by checking the appropriate response.
I recommend this student: Enthusiastically

[ ]

Strongly

[ ]

Comfortably

[ ]

With reservations [ ]
I do not recommend this student: [ ] Explanation: ___________________________________________________

3. Personal insights on the student: ___________________________________________________________________


Thank you

ENROLLMENT CONTRACT 2015-2016 ACADEMIC YEAR


In accordance with Peruvian Governments Law Decree No 27665, regarding Protection of the Familys Economy
Law concerning payment of tuition to Private Educational Institutions, and with Article 5 of Supreme Decree 0062009-PCM, all parents must be informed of the following:
1.

I understand and agree with the information provided by the school, regarding tuition fees described in the chart below, as
well as the legal and philosophical framework abided by Colegio Roosevelt and to comply with the Internal Regulations of
the school. I understand that the Board of Directors of Colegio Roosevelt has the right to revise the fees annually.
EARLY
CHILDHOOD/KINDERG
ARTEN
$13,220

Annual Tuition
Monthly Tuition
Annual Transportation
(optional)
Annual Technology
2.

ELEMENTARY
1st 5th

SECONDARY
6th 12th

$14,320

$15,020*

$1,322

$1,432

$1,502

$1,566

$1,566

$1,566

$400

$400

$400

Tuition Fees: The tuition may be paid in ten monthly installments from July to December and from March to June. The
deadline to pay the fees will be the last day of each month.

Seniors will pay this annual fee in nine monthly installments from July to December and from March to May
($1,669 per month).
FIRST SEMESTER
Month

3.

SECOND SEMESTER
Due Dates

Month

Due Dates

July (Matriculation)

July 31

March

March 31

August

August 31

April

April 30

September

September 30

May

May 31

October

October 31

June

June 30

November

November 30

December

December 31

Matriculation Fee: The matriculation fee is equivalent to the July tuition fee and it is due on July 31. New students
accepted to Colegio Roosevelt after the beginning of the school year, must pay a matriculation fee equivalent to a months
tuition.

4. Annual Transportation Fee: School transportation is optional. Users of this service may pay it in nine installments of $174
each, from August to December and from March to June and need to be paid the last day of each month.
5. Technology Fee: Mandatory fee per student for the purchase and implementation of computer hardware and software,
other technology equipment, internet and e-mail systems. The annual technology fee may be paid in two installments of
$200 at the beginning of each semester (July and March).
6.

Optional Programs and Services: Most after school sports and activities have no charge, but there are semester fees for
some extra curricular activities and classes such as photography, swimming academy, Suzuki lessons, Classroom Without
Walls Program, Outdoor Adventure Education, etc.

7.

Default Interest: A 3.30% annual interest rate will be charged to any monthly fee paid after the due date. This rate may be
modified based on the rate published by the "Superintendencia de Banca, Seguros y Administradora de Fondo de
Pensiones" in compliance with the statements detailed in their publication "Circular No.021-2007-BCR".

8.

Payments for Applicants:


Application fee (non refundable, non transferable): $500 per student
One-time Entrance Fee (non refundable, non transferable): $18,500 per student
A $1,000 must be paid in advance (refundable if the student is not accepted, non refundable if the student is accepted but
the parents decline the opening). Once the student is accepted, parents must pay the balance of the entrance fee (minus
the $1,000 paid as a deposit).

9.

Withdrawals: I agree that payments made to the school for entrance or application fee are non-refundable should my
child be withdrawn from the school for any reason, any time during the year.
Entrance Fee Reimbursement in Cases of Withdrawals: The administration may decide to refund a portion of the
entrance fee for reasons of academic or learning deficiencies or an inability to meet the terms of conditional admittance.
Such decision must be made after a period of documented evaluation. The amount of any such refund will not be greater

than the difference between the fee paid and 25% for each partial year of attendance. In the case of expulsion, no refund
will be granted.

10. School Policies: Parents commit themselves to support the policies and procedures outlined in the Parent Handbook of
each school. Please click on the following link to access Colegio Roosevelt policies.
https://www.amersol.edu.pe/data/files/gallery/ContentGallery/FDR_Board_Policy_Manual_Dec20121.pdf
11. Academic Reports: I am aware that report cards and transcripts will only be issued to parents or legal guardians who do
not have pending debts with the school. According to current regulations, Colegio Roosevelt has the right to withhold
certificates of studies and other records of evaluations corresponding to the periods of unpaid debts.
12. INDECOPI Bulletin: Please click on the following link to access to the INDECOPI bulletin informing parents of their rights
and obligations within the frame of the educational service.
(http://www.amersol.edu.pe/data/files/gallery/ContentGallery/INDECOPI.pdf)
13. Medical Information: I attest that the medical information that I have provided is accurate and complete, to the best of my
knowledge.
14. Technology Digital Citizenship Agreement: I understand and agree with all that is said in the Digital Citizenship
Agreement(s) that my child/children will sign during the first month of school.
EC - K DCA: http://www.amersol.edu.pe/data/files/gallery/PrimaryDownloads/2013June_FDR_PS_DCA_ECK.pdf
G1 - G2 DCA: http://www.amersol.edu.pe/data/files/gallery/PrimaryDownloads/2013June_FDR_PS_DCA_G1_2.pdf
G3 - G5 DCA: http://www.amersol.edu.pe/data/files/gallery/PrimaryDownloads/2013June_FDR_PS_DCA_G3_5.pdf
G6 - G12 DCA: http://www.amersol.edu.pe/data/files/gallery/ContentGallery/DCA_SS_20142015.pdf
15. Internal Bylaws: I acknowledge to have read the Schools Internal Bylaws
(https://www.amersol.edu.pe/data/files/gallery/ContentGallery/FDR_Internal_Bylaws_April20141.pdf) I commit
myself to comply with the information stipulated in this document. Likewise, I declare that the information included in the
Internal Bylaws might be modified of which I will be timely informed, and agree to revise. If you have any question, please
contact Cynthia Sturner at csturner@amersol.edu.pe
16. Parent Participation: The school expects parents to commit themselves to support Colegio Roosevelts Mission, Vision
and Core Values listed below:
Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt, The American School of Lima, is an independent, international school providing a
college preparatory program in English for students from age 3 through grade 12.
MISSION STATEMENT - Our mission is to empower our students to pursue their passion for learning, lead lives of integrity
and create socially responsible solutions.
VISION STATEMENT - The school will provide an educational experience that:

is academically rigorous
enhances student learning through a diversity of teaching practices and styles
encourages independent thought, collaboration and artistic expression
offers choices in curricular and co-curricular activities
promotes environmental responsibility and social awareness
is competitive by international standards for a community that is united by the English language

CORE VALUES - We believe that:

Embracing diversity sustains and enriches life


Service develops the individual and builds community
Experience is the most profound source of learning
Each person has the potential to contribute
Individual integrity is fundamental to a healthy community
Choice empowers
Survival of humanity depends on the health of the environment

STRATEGIES:
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES - By 2019, all students will:

Consistently engage in exploring and sharing diverse learning experiences in the pursuit of educational
excellence

Consistently align their words and actions, take responsibility for the consequences of their choices and treat
themselves and others with respect

Choose to act as socially responsible change agents for sustainable solutions to challenges in their community
I declare that I have read the above expectations and I am committed to support the school to ensure a successful
learning experience for my child. I accept that failure to abide the above may result in the suspension or cessation
of my child/children educational service and that school re-registration is not guaranteed. Likewise, I assume the
commitment of complying with the timely payment of school tuition.
Name of Parent or Guardian_____________________________________________________________________
Signature ________________________________
Date_____________________________

May 2015

Colegio
FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT
The American School of Lima
PARENTS AGREEMENT TO PARTICIPATE
Dear Parents,
Thank you for considering Colegio Roosevelt (FDR) as the education of choice for your child. FDR is an IB World
school with top class educators from many countries. We believe in education that is inquiry- based, relevant and
meaningful.
Our mission is to empower our students to pursue their
passion for learning, lead lives of integrity and create
socially responsible solutions.
Educational research has shown that there is a high correlation between student performance and parental support and
involvement. At Colegio Roosevelt we expect our parents to actively participate in their childrens education. This
participation includes attending orientation sessions, parent workshops, parent teacher conferences, open houses and
special school events. Very often, parents can help in classrooms and all parents are expected to carefully read all
school communications sent home (mainly via email). We also expect that parents will communicate with teachers
about any concerns or questions they might have, so that together we can enhance your childs learning.
We encourage parents to help their children to learn good study and work habits at home by supervising and checking
that homework is being done, reading regularly to their children, and being positive and enthusiastic cheerleaders for
education and the importance of learning.
We ask that you please sign this letter and return it to the Office of Admissions as part of the application process. This
letter acknowledges that you agree to be an active and committed partner in your childs learning. We want you to
clearly understand the schools expectations of your support and assistance in making your childs experience at
Colegio Roosevelt a successful one.
Sincerely,

Barbara Rynerson
Elementary Principal

Paul Ducharme
Middle School Principal

Chris Akin
High School Principal

I HAVE READ THE ABOVE EXPECTATIONS AND COMMIT TO SUPPORT THE SCHOOL TO ENSURE A
SUCCESSFUL LEARNING EXPERIENCE FOR MY CHILD.
Students name
Name or signature of parent/guardian

Date

EC-K (3 4 5 years old) to Grade 1


OFFICIAL PERUVIAN PROGRAM (OPP) REGISTRATION FORM
Date: ____________________
Applicants full name:
(As it appears on Birth Certificate
/Passport)

_____________________________ ________________________
Fathers last name
Mothers maiden name

Current grade level: ___________

_________________________
First & middle name

Grade level applying to: ____________

______

YES, I would like my child to be enrolled in the Official Peruvian Program

______

NO, I do not want to register my child in the Official Peruvian Program

Parent or guardians name: ____________________________________

Signature: ___________________________________

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - Applicants information (Only if you chose YES):


Date of birth: ________/ ________/ _______
Month
Day
Year
Nationality: __________________________

Place: __________________/_________________
Country
City
First language: ___________________________

DNI number:

Expiration date: ___________________________

________________

(Peruvian citizens and dual nationals must have this document)


Foreign students only:

Residence card number (C.E.): ______________________


(If available)

Expiration date: ___________________________

https://www.migraciones.gob.pe/index.php/registro-de-extranjeros/

Current nursery school/school: __________________________________

District: _________________________________

City: _________________________________________________________

Country: _________________________________

Due to the difference between Colegio Roosevelt's start of the school year in August, and all other schools in Peru starting in March, applicants
who are coming from local nursery schools or schools, the applicant may be older than the minimum required age for entrance into their
corresponding grade.
Have you submitted the following documents to the Admissions Office?
Original Birth Certificate
DNI or Residence card copy (front & back)
Ficha nica de Matrcula of the current local Peruvian Pre-school/School

(Note: You need to submit a current Ficha nica de Matrcula one month before the school starts)

CALENDARIZACION
http://www.amersol.edu.pe/data/files/gallery/ContentGallery/FDR_School_Calendar_2015_2016.pdf

DELANO ROOSEVELT
http://www.amersol.edu.pe/join-us/admissions/index.aspx