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Monday, March 27, 2017

No soft drinks, candies in school canteens – DepEd

No soft drinks, candies in school canteens – DepEd

No soft drinks, candies in school canteens – DepEd


No soft drinks, candies, or french fries…only clean water, sugar-free drinks and foods that contain a wide range of nutrients.

To promote a healthy diet and positive eating behavior and provide healthy eating environment to learners and to its teaching and non-teaching personnel, the Department of Education (DepEd) has issued guidelines on healthy food and beverage choices in schools and in its offices.

DepEd’s policy has categorized food and drink under green, yellow or red to guide schools on the food and drinks that can, or cannot be, sold in the canteens.

Soft drinks, candies and French fries fall under the red category which lists “foods and drinks not recommended in the canteen menu” since these “contain high amounts of saturated fat or sugar or salt” and may provide “excess energy or calories.”

The three categories are explained in the recent “Policy and Guidelines on Healthy Food and Beverage Choices in Schools and in DepEd Offices” issued by the Department of Education (DepEd).

The policy was signed by Education Secretary Leonor Briones as DepEd Order number 13 series of 2017, on March 14.

The guideline also aims to “provide guidance in evaluating and categorizing foods and drinks” in schools and DepEd offices,” Briones said.

THREE CATEGORIES

The green category enumerates food and drinks that should always be available in the canteen and are “the best choices for a healthy school canteen.”

The yellow category cites food and drinks that “should be served carefully” since these “contain some nutrients but also large amounts of saturated or trans fats and/or sugar, and/or salt.”

RED CATEGORY

DepEd said that foods and drinks under the red category, with saturated fat more than 5 grams, with trans fat; added sugar or total carbohydrates more than 20 grams and those with more than 200 mg sodium, “should not be served in healthy school canteens.”

Foods and drinks under the red category include: soft drinks, alcoholic drinks, sports drinks, flavored mineral water, energy drinks, sweetened waters, powdered juice drinks and any product containing caffeine (for school canteens); processed fruit/vegetable juice with added sugar of more than 20 grams or four teaspoons per serving; jelly, ice cream, ice drop, ice candies; cakes, donuts, sweet biscuits and pastries, and other sweet bakery products.

This category also prohibits selling of all types of candies, heavily salted snacks such as chips, french fries and instant noodles; deep-fried food including fish balls, kikiam, and fruits canned in heavy syrup.

VIOLATION

DepEd warned that any personnel who violate any provision of the said guidelines “shall be dealt with administratively” as pursuant to its existing rules and procedure on administrative cases.

GREEN CATEGORY

Foods in the “Green” category are those that should always be available in the canteen and are “the best choices for a healthy school canteen.” These are foods and drinks that contain a wide range of nutrients, with saturated fats less than three grams; with no trans fat; and those that have lesser added sugar and sodium per serving.

“Green” foods incude unsweetened milk, clean water and fresh buko water; brown rice or iron-fortified rice, corn, oatmeal and whole wheat bread; root crops like cassava and sweet potato, shell fish, lean meats, nuts, eggs, fresh fruits in season and green, leafy, and yellow vegetables.

YELLOW CATEGORY

Foods under the “Yellow” category should only “be served once or twice a week only, in small servings, and should be less prominent in the canteen menu,” DepEd said.

Foods and drinks under the “Yellow” category include 100 percent fresh fruit juices; fried rice, biscuits, pancakes/waffles, champorado, pancit, arrozcaldo, sandwiches with butter, margarine, and mayonnaise and processed food such as meat, fish, hotdogs, sausage, burger patties, chicken nuggets, tocino, tapa, etc.

UNHEALTHY FOOD PATTERNS

DepEd explained that “unhealthy food patterns – more sugars, fats, and oils, and less leafy green vegetable and whole grain cereals –and a sedentary lifestyle, led to an upward surge in overweight and obesity.”

Since schools “are recognized as good venues for health promotion strategies,” DepEd has directed all public schools to implement strategies that would help promote healthy eating habits.

Food intake options should also include those that “increases consumption of fruits and vegetables, legumes, whole grains, and nuts,” “limits the intake of free sugars” and “limits salt (sodium) consumption from all sources,” the DepEd said.

DepEd stressed that “canteens in schools and DepEd offices shall not sell foods and beverages high in fat and/or sugar and/or sodium” and that there should be “a shift towards healthier fat consumption by providing more of foods with unsaturated fats and limiting foods laden with saturated and trans fats.”

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Son of shoe repair man graduates summa cum laude

Son of shoe repair man graduates summa cum laude

Son of shoe repair man graduates summa cum laude


Twenty-one-year old Jireh Bautista is no stranger to receiving awards. 

He has been reaping medals since he was young. He graduated first honor from elementary, and was the valedictorian of his batch in Cebu City National Science High School. He was even awarded the ABS-CBN Medal of Excellence. 

His latest achievement is graduating with a bachelor's degree in computer science, summa cum laude, from Cebu Institute of Technology - University.

Bautista's father is a shoe repair man, while his mother is a housewife. He helps his family with the monthly allowance he gets from his scholarship grants.
"Never give up and always put God first," Bautista said. 
His secret to his good grades is diligence and prayer.

He plans to take a short rest after graduation, despite receiving job offers from various companies. 

He wants to be a software engineer and is still looking for a company that would suit him.

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DepED Complete School Operational Plan Forms

DepED Complete School Operational Plan Forms

DepED Complete School Operational Plan Forms


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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Special Program for the Employment of Students (SPES) 2017

Special Program for the Employment of Students (SPES) 2017

Special Program for the Employment of Students (SPES) 2017


DepEd has opened the application for SPES 2017 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. student/out-of-school youth (OSY) at least 15 years old but not more than 24 years old
  2. must be enrolled this school year (in school) / must have the intention to enroll next school year (out-of-school)
  3. the combined annual net income of both parents, including his/her own income if any, must not exceed P143,000
  4. student must have obtained at least an average passing grade during the last school year/term attended
  5. must possess office skills such as knowledge in computer applications

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. SPES application form
  2. birth certificate (certified true copy)
  3. photocopy of the latest Income Tax Return of parents or certification issued by BIR that the parents are exempted from payment of tax, or Original Certificate of Indigence, or Original Certificate of Low Income issued by the barangay

HOW TO APPLY:

You may send your application form and requirements enclosed in a brown envelope to Youth Formation Division at DepEd Central Office.

OR 

You may send your scanned documents (zip file: SPES2017) through email at blss.yfd@deped.gov.ph

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DO 16, s. 2017 - Research Management Guidelines

DO 16, s. 2017 - Research Management Guidelines

DO 16, s. 2017 - Research Management Guidelines

DO 16, s. 2017

Research Management Guidelines
To:     Undersecretaries
          Assistant Secretaries
          Bureau and Service Directors
          Regional Directors
          Schools Division Superintendents
          Public and Private Elementary and Secondary Schools Heads
          All Others Concerned
  1. In support of the Department’s policy development process, research agenda, and policy and program development and implementation, the Department of Education (DepEd) continues to promote and strengthen the culture of research in basic education. DepEd hereby establishes the Research Management Guidelines (RMG) to provide guidance in managing research initiatives in the national, regional, schools division, and school levels. The enclosed policy also improves support mechanisms for research such as funding, partnerships, and capacity building.
  2. This policy which is built on the gains in evidence-based decision-making from various education reforms or initiatives shall strengthen the culture of research in the Department. In addition, it improves the fund-sourcing mechanisms, and reinforces the link of research to education processes through research dissemination, utilization, and advocacy.
  3. This issuance repeals DepEd Order (DO) No. 43, s. 2015 and DO 4, s. 2016 and other issuances, rules and regulations, and provisions which are inconsistent with this policy. These provisions shall be rescinded or modified accordingly.
  4. Immediate dissemination of and strict compliance with this Order is directed.    

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New 2017 Automated IPCRF Form for T1, T2 & T3

New 2017 Automated IPCRF Form for T1, T2 & T3

New 2017 Automated IPCRF Form for T1, T2 & T3


Heres the new Automated IPCRF Form for T1 T2 T3 & New 2017 RPMS Form, You may Download it below along with other older IPCRF's for other Teacher Position.

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Friday, March 24, 2017

How to Make Graduation Gratitude Speech with Samples

How to Make Graduation Gratitude Speech with Samples

How to Make Graduation Gratitude Speech with Samples


How to Write a Graduation Gratitude Speech

Graduation is an important event, and often, people like to use the occasion to thank everyone that supported them through school or a program. However, writing a good graduation speech can be challenging. Keep reading to learn how to write a graduation thank you speech, whether you are speaking to a large audience or simply making a toast at dinner.

Make a list of everyone you want to thank. This is a great first step to take so you don't forget someone important. If you will be talking to a large audience, feel free to be vague about who you are addressing. For example, say "I want to thank all my teachers" rather than listing their names, and say “I want to thank my friends” rather than naming everyone. This is quicker and less likely to make some feel left out.
  • If you are talking to close friends or family, address the people you are thanking by name.
  • Write down every person or group of people that comes to mind. You can edit this later on.
Write down why you want to thank those people. Unless you have a very short amount of time to speak, you should expand your speech to include why you are thankful towards these individuals. Write down words or phrases about why you are thankful towards these friends, family members, coaches, professors, and so on.
  • Be honest about why you are thanking someone.
  • The reasoning here can be very simple. For example, “My history teacher always made me laugh,” or “My mom woke me up every morning” are good reasons to thank someone.
  • The more heartfelt the gratitude, the better. Take time to reflect on your feelings.
Write down any other thoughts you have about this topic. Freewrite about the topic of graduation and being thankful. Jot down any thought that relates to being thankful and graduating from your school or program. You may find some interesting ideas or things you want to say that didn’t come up before.
  • Remember, there is no wrong way to brainstorm. Just keep writing.
  • Continue to freewrite until you cannot think of anything else to say, and for at least 30 minutes.
  • Now, you’ve brainstormed about your speech, so it is time to write it.

Writing the Gratitude Speech

Write the introduction of the speech. The introduction of the speech should be interesting and engage the audience. Some strategies you can use are: beginning with a rhetorical question, a quote, or a short anecdote. Any strategy is fine as long as it relates to being thankful and graduating. Try to keep this to 2-5 sentences (or 2 paragraphs for a speech longer than 5 minutes). A few examples are:
  • “What are you thankful for?” This is beginning with a rhetorical question, since the audience will not answer.
  • As Willie Nelson once said, "When I started counting my blessings, my whole life turned around." This is beginning with a quote.
  • “It was the first day of high school, and I stood outside the door of my first class, scared to go in. On the last day of high school, I left that same door feeling thankful.” This is beginning with an anecdote.
Write the body of the speech. This is where you get to thank your friends, family, teachers, and so on in depth. Look at your brainstorming notes, and write 1-2 paragraphs where you say who you want to thank and why in complete sentences. (2-3 for a speech longer than 5 minutes). Don’t spend more than 2-3 sentences talking about a single person unless you really want to emphasize being thankful towards them.
  • For example, you can say, “I would like to thank my friends and family for always inspiring me when I felt hopeless.”
  • Another example is, “I want to thank Professor Z for helping me choose a major.”
  • The body of the speech comes immediately after the introduction.
  • Avoid insulting or offending those you are speaking to. Do not vent about problems or criticize others during this speech.
Write the conclusion of the speech. Write 1-2 sentences (1 paragraph for a speech that is longer than 5 minutes) that summarize everything you just said. Make sure to refer back to your theme and tie everything together in these 1-2 sentences. The conclusion comes after the body of the speech, and it can be very simple. For example, you can just say “Thank you again.”
  • Another simple example is, “Once again, I am so lucky to have such great friends and family. Thank you.”
  • You can end on thanking someone by saying, “The last person I want to thank is my grandma. She was always there for me. Good night.”
Edit the speech before practicing aloud. Remove grammar errors, parts of the speech that seem too long, or anything you are unsure about including. If you have time, ask a friend, family member, or teacher to read over the speech and give you feedback. When you are satisfied with what you have written, you can being to practice delivering the speech.

Practicing the Speech

Print out or write a copy of your speech. You can keep this with you as you speak, but remember to look up from your notes occasionally. Print or write the speech in large print so you can clearly see the words. You may need to print out or write a clean copy of the speech after you edit it more.

Read the speech aloud as you time yourself. Begin a timer when you begin reading, and see how long it takes you to read the entire speech. You may have an assigned time limit, such as 3-5 minutes; if you are giving a speech informally, decide on a time limit. Stop the timer when you are done reading.

Edit your speech according to how long you want to speak. Begin to remove parts of the speech, shorten sentences, and make more concise statements if your speech is too long. Once you edit out a sentence or idea, read the speech again to see if it is short enough. Continue this until you can read the speech well within the time limit.

Practice the speech often. Read the speech aloud a few times per day until you deliver it. Continue to time yourself so you do not speak for an excessive amount of time. As you familiarize yourself with your speech, your delivery will speed up.

Practice confident body language as you speak. This includes smiling often, making eye contact, and not fidgeting. Breathe as you talk, and avoid saying “Um” or “Uh” too often. Practicing in front of a mirror, a video recorder, or a friend is a good way to see if you have nervous body language.

Deliver your thank you graduation speech. Remember to breathe, make eye contact, and smile as you are talking. Reference your notes if you get stuck, and have fun thanking those people important 
to you.


Here are some Graduation Gratitude Speeches you may Download as your Reference:
  • Graduation Speech Elem & High School Sample Only.docx - DOWNLOAD
  • Graduation Speech High School Sample Only.docx - DOWNLOAD
  • How to Write a Graduation Thank You Speech.docx - DOWNLOAD
  • SPEECH OF GRATITUDE.docx - DOWNLOAD
  • A-debt-of-gratitude.pdf - DOWNLOAD
  • How-we-will-measure-these-years.pdf - DOWNLOAD
  • The-future-is-in-our-hands.pdf - DOWNLOAD
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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Colored Ribbon Templates Depending on Division Motive for Kinder to Grades 6-12

Colored Ribbon Templates Depending on Division Motive for Kinder to Grades 6-12

Colored Ribbon Templates Depending on Division Motive for Kinder to Grades 6-12


Custom Made by DepED LPs Team, These Ribbons are Editable in Adobe Photoshop for more Text & Color editing and Modification by the Teacher in Relation to Division Motive, Template is Provided below, Colored Ribbon Templates.

UPDATE


For Grades 6-12 (with Editable Template)

Note: That You can Customize the Ribbon for More Awards Editing on Text and Colors Simply Download the Template and Edit it on Photoshop

For Kindergarten: Ribbon Awards

Note: That You can Customize the Ribbon for More Awards Editing on Text and Colors Simply Download the Template and Edit it on Photoshop

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How To Apply for a CHED Scholarship Program

How To Apply for a CHED Scholarship Program

How To Apply for a CHED Scholarship


Ang Commission on Higher Education (CHED) ay nag-bibigay ng scholarship sa mga qualified at deserving high school graduates na nais magpatuloy ng pag-aaral sa college ngunit kapos sa pang tuition at pang gastos sa eskwela. Sa pamamagitan ng CHED scholarship, maraming bata ang nabibigyan ng opportunity na makapag tapos ng nais nilang kurso at makahanap ng maayos na trabaho pagka-graduate.

Narito ang mga qualifications at requirements na kailangang ihanda kung nais mong mag-apply ng scholarship mula sa CHED.

FULL SCHOLARSHIP

Ang Full Scholarship ay para sa mga high school graduates na may general weighted average (GWA) na at least 90% o ang equivalent nito. Para rin ito sa mga graduating high school students na may GWA na at least 90% noong third year ang bata at at least 90% sa unang tatlong grading periods ngayong na sa fourth year na siya. Ang mga applicant ay maaaring mag enroll ng mga identified priority courses sa mga authorized public or private higher education institutions (HEIs) o colleges / universities.

PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Ang Partial Scholarship ay para sa mga high school graduates na may GWA na at least 85% o ang equivalent nito at para sa mga graduating high school students na may GWA na at least 85% noong sila ay nasa third year at least 85% sa unang tatlong grading periods ngayong nasa fourth year na siya. Sila ay pwedeng mag enroll sa identified priority courses sa mga duly authorized public HEIs.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Kailangang Filipino citizen ang estudyanteng applicant.
  2. Kailangang high school graduate o kaya ay candidate for graduation, o kaya naman ay may ilang units nang nakuha sa kolehiyo. Ang mga pumasa sa ALS/PEPT (Alternative Learning System at Philippine Educational Placement Test) ay maaari din mag apply.
  3. Ang mga magulang o tagapag-alaga ay dapat na may combined annual gross income na hindi lalagpas sa P300,000.00.
  4. Isang CHED scholarship o financial assistance program lamang ang maaaring ma-avail ng isang aplikante.
  5. Dapat ay hindi pa siya nakatapos ng kahit na anong degree program.
Ang StuFAPs Committee ang siyang magpapasya sa qualification ng mga application.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES AND DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS

Ang mga student applicants ay dapat mag submit ng accomplished CHED StuFAPs Application form sa CHED Regional Office kung saan sakop ang kanilang eskwelahan.

Ang mga aplikante na nais mag enroll sa mga State Universities at Colleges (SUCs) ay maaaring mag submit ng kanilang StuFAPs Form 1 sa mismong state university o college.

REQUIREMENTS

Academic Requirement (for application)

For incoming freshmen
  • Para sa fourth year high school applicants: third year grades and first three grading periods of fourth year;
  • Para sa high school graduate: fourth year report card (form 138).
For applicants with earned units in college
  • Certificate of grades sa lahat ng subjects ng mga na kumpletong semesters.
For other applicants
  • ALS – Alternative Learning System
  • PEPT – Philippine Educational Placement System
Other Requirements
  • Kahit alin sa mga sumusunod:
    • Latest Income Tax Return (ITR) ng mga magulang o tagapag-alaga (guardian)
    • Certificate of Tax Exemption mula sa Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR)
    • Certificate of Indigency mula sa Barangay
    • Case Study mula sa Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), o kaya ay Affidavit of No Income.
    • Para sa mga anak ng mga Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) at seafarers, ang pinaka huling kopya ng Contract o proof of income ay maaaring i-consider.
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character mula sa pinanggalingang eskwelahan.

Requirements for the Processing of Financial Benefits of scholars, grantees, and Borrowers

Para sa mga bagong scholars, grantees, at borrowers:
  • Kopya ng notice of award
  • Kopya ng Certificate of Enrollment / Registration Form o kaya ang Official Receipt of Payment
  • StuFAPs Contract
  • Para sa scholars at grantees : CHED Scholarship / Grant Agreement (StuFAPs Form 9.2)
  • For borrowers : SNPLP Loan Agreement (StuFAPs Form 9.3)
Para sa on-going scholars, grantees, at borrowers:
  • Photocopy ng certificate of enrollment / registration form;
  • Certified true copy of grades during the previous semester issued by the registrar of his / her authorized school representative;
  • Photocopy of valid school ID, upon claim of financial benefits.
Ang lahat ng information na ito ay hango sa website ng Official Gazette.  Maaari kayong mag inquire sa eskwelahan kung saan nais mag aral ng inyong anak para sa mga karagdagang information tungkol sa CHED Scholarship.


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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

10 Graduation Songs with Marching and Pambansang Awit

10 Graduation Songs with Marching and Pambansang Awit

10 Graduation Songs with Marching 24mins and Pambansang Awit MP3/MP4 Package for Graduation Ceremony


10 Most Commonly Used by DepED Teachers Graduation Songs in Philippines with its Lyrics with Download links Already Also with MARCHING SONG with 24 Minutes Duration Repeat Automatically and Followed by PAMBANSANG AWIT. These are all you need for Graduation Ceremony and you can Download it All on the following links below with Preview Videos.
  • Anastasia - At The Beginning With You ((With Lyrics).mp4 - DOWNLOAD
  • Charlie Puth - One Call Away (Lyrics).mp4 - DOWNLOAD
  • Dare - We Were Friends (lyrics).mp4 - DOWNLOAD
  • Follow the Stars - Batch 2010 Graduation Song.mp4 - DOWNLOAD
  • Kelly Clarkson Breakaway (With Lyrics).mp4 - DOWNLOAD
  • Reach for the Sky - Sarah Geronimo.mp4 - DOWNLOAD
  • Thank You My Friend (Lyrics).mp4 - DOWNLOAD
  • The power of the dream lyrics.mp4 - DOWNLOAD
  • Tyrone Wells - Time of our lives lyrics.mp4 - DOWNLOAD
  • GRADUATION MARCHING SONG aka MARTSANG PANDANGAL WITH PAMBANSANG AWIT - DOWNLOAD


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Monday, March 20, 2017

DEPED MEMO: 2017 OPLAN BALIK ESKWELA

DEPED MEMO: 2017 OPLAN BALIK ESKWELA

DEPED MEMO: 2017 OPLAN BALIK ESKWELA


1. The Department of Education (DepEd) shall launch the Oplan Balik Eskwela (OBE), and the Public Assistance Station (PAS) for School Year (SY) 2017-2018
to ensure the smooth opening of classes. This year, the annual campaign will run from May 29 to June 16, 2017.

2. The OBE and the PAS primarily aim to address the problems commonly encountered at the start of the school year to ensure that learners are already properly enroled and able to attend school by the first day of classes.

3. The OBE and the PAS shall include the following components:
  • a. Convergence. The Department shall coordinate with the following government agencies involved in school opening matters to assemble the annual OBE Inter-Agency Task Force (OBE-IATF):
    • i. Department of Energy (DOE);
    • ii. Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG);
    • iii. Department of Health (DOH);
    • iv. Department of National Defense (DND);
    • v. Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH);
    • vi. Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD);
    • vii. Department of Trade and Industry (DTI);
    • viii. Manila Electric Company (MERALCO);
    • ix. Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS);
    • x. Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA);
    • xi. Office of Civil Defense (OCD);
    • xii. Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA); and
    • xiii. Philippine National Police (PNP).
The OBE-IATF meeting/orientation shall be on May 19, 2017.
  • b. Command Conference. A Command Conference among the DepEd Officials, partner agencies, Presidential Management Staff (PMS), State Universities and Colleges (SUCs), Local Universities and Colleges (LUCs), private schools, K to 12 Champions, media, private corporations, and other stakeholders shall be held at the Bulwagan ng Karunungan, DepEd Central Office (CO) on May 30, 2017.
Information Dissemination. DepEd shall provide the public with important information through press releases, media interviews, and social media updates.

Information and Action Center

DepEd CO OBBIAC. The DepEd CO OBE Information and Action Center (OBEIAC) shall be set up on May 27, 2017 at the Bulwagan ng Karunungan to serve as the information and complaints processing and routing zone for the duration of the project. To ensure the success of this project, the following offices/units are directed to actively participate and assign representative(s) to the OBEIAC:
  • Office of the Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs Service
    • Public Affairs Service
    • Communications Division
  • Public Assistance Action Center (PAAC)
    • Publications Division
  • Office of the Undersecretary for Planning and Field Operations
  • Planning Service
    • Policy Research and Development Division
    • Educational Management Information System Division
  • Office of the Undersecretary for Curriculum and Instruction
    • Bureau of Curriculum Development
    • Bureau of Learning Delivery
    • Bureau of Education Assessment
    • Bureau of Learning Resources
  • Office of the Undersecretary for Finance - Accounting
    • Finance Service
    • Accounting Division
  • Bureau of Human Resource and Organizational Development
    • Personnel Division
    • Employee Welfare Division
  • Office of the Undersecretary for Finance - Budget
    • Budget Division
  • Office of the Undersecretary for Administrative Service
  • Administrative Service
    • Asset Management Division
    • Education Facilities Division
    • General Services Division
  • Information and Communications Technology Service
  • Bureau and Learner Support Services
    • School Health Division
  • Office of the Assistant Secretary for Procurement Service
  • Project Management Service
  • Office of the Undersecretary for Legal Service
  • Investigation Division
  • Legal Division Office of the Assistant Secretary for Legal Affairs
Regional and Division OBEIAC. All regional directors (RDs) and schools division superintendents (SDSs) are hereby directed to set up their local OBEIACs, which shall be composed of the following:
  • i. Regional OBEIAC:
    • Chair: Assistant Regional Director (ARD)
    • Members: Public Affairs Unit
    • Field Technical Assistance Division (FTAD)
    • Policy, Planning and Research Division (PPRD)
    • Quality Assurance Division (QAD) for Private Schools Curriculum and Learning Management Division (CLMD) Senior High School/K to 12 Focal Person/s Legal Unit
  • ii. Division OBEIAC:
    • Chair: Assistant Schools Division Superintendent (ASDS)
    • Members: School Governance and Operations Division (SGOD)
    • Curriculum Implementation Division (CID)
    • Planning and Research Section
    • Social Mobilization and Networking (SocMob)
    • Legal Division
4. The project shall be under the general supervision of Undersecretary for Planning and Field Operations Jesus L.R. Mateo and Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs G.H. S. Ambat as co-chairs of Oplan Balik Eskwela 2017.

5. All expenses incurred during this activity shall be charged to Education Information and Communication Services Funds, and the payment for the services by the concerned personnel during the OBE, in addition to, or over and above their regular workload, shall be charged to OSEC Funds for CO personnel, and to local funds for regional and division personnel, subject to the usual accounting and auditing rules and regulations.

6. For more information, all concerned officials and individuals may contact:
  • The DepEd Central Office-Information and Action Center (DepEd CO-IAC)
  • Department of Education (DepEd) Central Office
  • DepEd Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City
  • Telephone No.: (02) 636-1663
  • Fax No.: (02) 638-8641
  • Mobile Phone No.: 0919-456-0027
  • Email Address: action@deped.gov.ph
7. All field and school officials are enjoined to support this campaign to ensure a smooth school opening.

8. Immediate dissemination of this Memorandum is desired.

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Press Release: DepEd formalizes moratorium on field trips

Press Release: DepEd formalizes moratorium on field trips

Press Release: DepEd formalizes moratorium on field trips


March 20, 2017

PASIG CITY, March 20, 2017 – The Department of Education (DepEd) issued Memorandum No. 47, series 2017 on March 9 that formalizes the moratorium on field trips and other similar activities, following the tragic bus accident involving college students in Tanay, Rizal.
The memorandum will be observed by all public elementary and secondary schools until the review and revision of related policies have been finalized.
“As the primary institution mandated to ensure access to quality basic education, it is imperative for the Department to look after the security and safety of learners in its education-related activities,” Briones said.
All private schools are also encouraged to abide by the provision of the Memorandum if deemed necessary. Meanwhile, schools with approved permits and finalized contracts for the conduct of educational field trips prior to the moratorium may still proceed with the activity, provided that existing guidelines, especially on safety and security measures, are strictly observed.
The review will cover alignment of field trips and other co-curricular activities with that of DepEd’s priorities ensuring the security and safety of learners, and reinforcing the responsibilities and accountabilities not only of schools, but also of parents, and other relevant government agencies and external partners.
The policies of DepEd on field trip reiterate that it is not mandatory nor compulsory. Moreover, schools are ordered to refrain from conducting punitive activities that put to disadvantage or affect the academic standing of students who are unable to join.

The policies on educational tours are based on DepEd Orders No. 56 s. 2001, No. 51 s. 2002, and No. 52 s. 2003.


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