The question as to how educational programs are to be managed has long been asked by educators’ students and parents. Educational reforms are seemed to be inconsistent and irrelevant to current needs of students. Few researchers have investigated the status of student services in schools that is why its importance to the life of students has not yet been addressed comprehensively. This book therefore provides a new paradigm in managing student services particularly in rewarding and in evaluation , anchored on the premise that school principals should in many ways be skillful in managing the multifaceted tasks involved in its implementation particularly guidance and counseling and library . This academic exploration will pave the way to the understanding that students in schools are human beings whose lives are affected by the school system and that attending to their needs are the most important element of quality education. This book is useful to the academicians and students whose focus is to undergo educational reform to realize the quest for quality education where students are the most treasured recipient.