Grade 6 Completers will have a Graduation Ceremony – DepEd

GRADE 6 GRADUATION

UPDATE: For everyone’s info., as published on our website last February 19, 2019, indicated there,  in fact,  is that there is a Graduation Ceremony for Grade 6 completers. Therefore, No update has been made on the said article. That’s why we were wondering where the copy of the DepEd Order with error came from. This is in support to the Department of Education in disseminating  verified information. Thank you. Original article here: K TO 12 BASIC EDUCATION PROGRAM END OF SCHOOL YEAR RITES – SCHOOL YEAR 2018-2019     Statement…

Rules and Regulations on the Grant of Uniform / Clothing Allowance to Civilian Government Personnel

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Republic of the Philippines Department of Budget and Management Boncodin Hall, General Solano Street, San Miguel, Manila   BUDGET CIRCULAR No. 2018 – 1 March 8 2018 TO:  All Heads of Departments, Bureaus, Offices, and Agencies of the National Government, Including State Universities and Colleges (SUCs), and Government-Owned or – Controlled Corporations (GOCCs); Local Government Units (LGUs); and All Others Concerned   SUBJECT : Rules and Regulations on the Grant of Uniform/Clothing Allowance (U/CA) to Civilian Government Personnel   1.0 Background Section 50 of the General Provisions of Republic Act…

Pres. Duterte Believes Corporal Punishment Still Effective

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Malacañang on Friday said President Rodrigo R. Duterte still believes that corporal punishment is an effective way of disciplining children that is why he vetoed a bill banning its practice. In a statement, Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo cited the Philippines’ unique culture and parenting experience as the reasons for the President’s stand. “As a parent to four children, the President believes that responsible parents can administer corporal punishment in a self-restrained manner. While taking into consideration the growing trend in Western countries which perceive corporal punishment as an outdated mode…

Week 8 – 4th Quarter Daily Lesson Log (March 4 – 8, 2019) | Weekly DLL

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Update! Week 8 – 4th Quarter Daily Lesson Log (March 4 – 8, 2019) | Weekly DLL  now available. In the past academic years, we shared Daily Lesson Logs and other files submitted by our Contributors that are proofread and formatted by our File Editors. Let’s welcome this new and progressive school year of collaboration and support! We are always on the process of uploading new and updated K-12 Daily Lesson Logs weekly. For K-6, we are almost complete in uploading Daily Lesson Logs. Yet, we will keep on uploading new…

MS Excel Student Age Calculator | DepEd Teachers Club

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Dear fellow Teachers, our MS Excel Student Age Calculator is now available via Google Drive. It’s easy to use, direct and avoids errors  especially when we manually compute our students’ ages.  Just Type-in the Date of Birth, the Current Date on their respective cells then press Enter or click on any cell to show the result. Thanks to our Tech Volunteers for this Student Age Calculator. Please share with our fellow Teachers. Please LIKE our Facebook Page as your support and thanks to our Tech Volunteers. Thank you!   You…

Guide on Documents to be Checked , School Forms and Reports to be Validated

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The Department of Education (DepEd) continuously works to simplify the processes and reduce forms while ensuring that the data collected are not compromised and are integral to proper assessment, planning, and allocation of resources and intervention. In essence, reports enable teachers and the Department to identify areas of improvement and set the direction for evidence-based decisions to aid in the delivery of quality basic education. As a result, the Department has reduced 36 common school forms to 10 official school forms, which already include forms for Senior High School, and…

DepEd Statement on the Proposed “No Vaccination, No Enrollment” Policy

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DepEd: In view of the rising number of measles cases in the country, the Department of Education (DepEd) is studying the proposal of the Department of Health (DOH) to implement a “no vaccination, no enrollment” policy in public schools. As much as there is a growing need to reinvigorate the campaign for the importance of vaccination, Education Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones emphasizes that the proposed policy must take into consideration the human rights of learners, especially their access to quality basic education. While DepEd is looking into different ways to…

Week 7 – 4th Quarter Daily Lesson Log (February 25 – March 1, 2019) | Weekly DLL

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Update! Week 7 – 4th Quarter Daily Lesson Log (February 25 – March 1, 2019) | Weekly DLL  now available. In the past academic years, we shared Daily Lesson Logs and other files submitted by our Contributors that are proofread and formatted by our File Editors. Let’s welcome this new and progressive school year of collaboration and support! We are always on the process of uploading new and updated K-12 Daily Lesson Logs weekly. For K-6, we are almost complete in uploading Daily Lesson Logs. Yet, we will keep on uploading…

Pres. Duterte Signed Universal Health Care Law

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MANILA — President Rodrigo R. Duterte on Wednesday signed the Universal Health Care Act into law which will automatically enroll all Filipinos under the government’s health insurance program. Duterte signed the landmark legislation in a ceremony at the Rizal Hall in Malacañan Palace, saying the new law will surely make a positive impact in the lives of the people. “By automatically [enrolling] our citizens into the National Health Insurance Program and expanding PhilHealth coverage to include free medical consultations and laboratory tests, the Universal Healthcare Law that I signed today will…

Pres. Duterte Signed Expanded Maternity Leave Law

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MANILA — President Rodrigo R. Duterte has signed into law a bill that extends the maternity leave of female workers in the country from 60 to 105 days with full pay, Malacañang said on Thursday. Under the measure passed by Congress, all working mothers in the government and private sector are guaranteed with 105 days of paid maternity leave credits, with 7 days transferable to fathers. An additional 15 days will be granted to single mothers. The law also gives mothers the option to extend their leave for another 30 days…