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CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE YOUTH FOR ENVIRONMENT

IN SCHOOLS (YES) ORGANIZATION





PREAMBLE



We, the student-members of the Youth for Environment in Schools (YES)

Organization of BICOL REGIONAL SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL, with the help of God,

aware of the steady deterioration and degradation of our environment, believing in the

need for our school-based co-curricular organization devoted to the safeguarding,

protection and conservation of the environment, committing to perform specific and

doable actions to contribute to the re-building and renewal of our environmental values,

skills and attitudes, hereby form a consolidated environmental organization that shall

embody the ideals and principles of a healthy environment , democracy and the general

welfare, do hereby promulgate and adopt these constitution and by-laws that will

promote, implement, and maintain the goals and aspirations of the future generations.



Article I

General Provisions

Sec. 1: This Constitution and By-Laws shall be known as the Constitution and By-

Laws of the Youth for Environment in Schools Organization of the BICOL

REGIONAL SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL.

Sec. 2: For purposes of this Constitution and By-Laws, YES-O refers to the Youth

for Environment in Schools Organization of the BICOL REGIONAL

SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL.



Article II

Name and Domicile

Sec. 1: The organization shall be known as the Youth for Environment in Schools

Organization.

Sec. 2: The office of the YES-O shall be located inside the premises of the school.



Article III

Declaration of Principles and Objectives

Sec. 1: The YES-O shall promote environmental understanding and action

through social, civic, intellectual, recreational and science-related

programs and activities.

Sec. 2: The YES-O shall have the following objectives:

a. Be aware and create awareness in others of the state of the

Philippine environment and ecology, including prevailing issues and

concerns relative thereto;

b. Establish specific and doable programs, projects and activities to

address issues and concerns on the environment and ecology;

c. Network with other government and non-government organizations,

including other Youth for Environment in Schools (YES)

Organizations in other schools within the Division and Region, with

regard to support and assistance to programs, projects and

activities of the organization;

d. Encourage community participation and initiative in environmental

and ecological movements and actions and;

e. Develop among the members and the community proper

environmental values, skills and attitudes.

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Article X

YES-O Moderator and Assistant Moderator

Sec. 1: The YES-O Moderator and Assistant Moderator shall be the

Science Department Head/Coordinator and Teacher, respectively.

Sec. 2: The Moderator and Assistant Moderator shall lead and operationalize the

YES-O and its activities in the school level with the guidance of the School

Head/Principal.

Sec. 3: The YES-O Moderator and Assistant Moderator shall, at all times, monitor

the conduct of activities and meetings of the YES-O.



Article XI

YES-O Division and Regional Councils

Sec. 1: YES-O Division and Regional Councils shall be organized in the

respective division and region with the Science Education Supervisor or

Coordinator as the YES-O Coordinator who shall lead, coordinate and

monitor the conduct of activities pertinent to the YES-O in their respective

areas of jurisdiction.

Sec. 2: Every YES-O is an automatic member of the Division and Regional

Councils in its respective division and region.



Article XII

Regular Ad-Hoc Committees

Sec. 1: The YES-O Executive Committee shall organize, as soon as practicable,

four (4) regular committees, namely: Projects and Activities

Implementation Committee (PAIC), Environmental Issues and Research

Committee (EIRC), Environmental Campaigns Committee (ECC), and

Waste Management, Segregation, and Recycling Program Committee

(WMSRPC).

Sec. 2: The Chair and Co-Chair of the regular committees shall be appointed by

the President amongst the officers of the Executive Committee. The

President may also choose from any of the members of the YES-O who

are known for their efficiency.

Sec. 3: The Projects and Activities Implementation Committee shall take charge of

the implementation of the approved projects or activities.

Sec. 4: The Environmental Issues and Research Committee shall lead the YES-O

in conducting research of current environmental issues and concerns, in

highlighting such issues and concerns in the school, in encouraging

debate on some issues and concerns and in proposing appropriate and

localized solutions for implementation in the school.

Sec. 5: The Environmental Campaigns Committee shall initiate various campaigns

for the preservation, protection and rehabilitation of the environment

through, but not limited to, contests, posters, parade demonstrations,

signs and notices

Sec. 6: The Waste Management, Segregation, and Recycling Program Committee

shall undertake and facilitate waste management, segregation and

recycling activities in the school on a regular basis.

Sec. 7: Ad-hoc committees may be created by the Executive Committee as the

need arises.

Sec. 8: Coordination and synchronization among the various committees shall be

the rule.

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