A school is a school if there is the existence of the following; learning materials, classrooms, teachers and of course, students. If we will try to remove teaching materials, it will remain to be a school. If classrooms are to be removed, it will once again to be a school, and if we will try to put off the teachers from setting, it will again still be treated as school as well. But if the students will be taken away from the scene, school will no longer be seen as one and will not exist.
From that context, it is in the effect that students are the primary and most vital element in all forms of learning environment. From thereon, school administration should have the most complex view of what kind of community the school has. As stated by Karl Ludwig in his Systems Theory, “management system should adopt the type of environment it has, the more complex the system the more complex its model of the environment can be, and the greater potential the system has for the adaptive responses when interacting with the environment”. Although it is commonly done among various institutions of both public and private firms, it is to embark that bureaucracy is observed in majority of the offices, agencies and even the national government itself. It was then articulated by Max Webber in his Bureaucracy Theory of Management that rules and regulations ate the most beneficial guiding principle in all perspective of management where “one size fits all” has to be enforced.
Welcome to Bignay National High School as we unfold our initiatives for developing our programs, projects and activities for the betterment of our learners. In BNHS we believe in “Bridging Home and Community towards Success.”
EDWIN L. VALERA