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Monday, March 23, 2015

DepEd Memo 22, s. 2015 - Annual Physical Examination of DepEd Employees (Teaching and Non-teaching Personnel)

DepEd Order 5, s. 2015 - Integration of Travel Expenses of Special Program in Foreign Language Teachers Attending Local Training on Teaching Foreign Language in the Region/Division/School Budget

DO 5, s. 2015
Integration of Travel Expenses of Special Program in Foreign Language Teachers Attending Local Training on Teaching Foreign Language in the Region/Division/School Budget
To:     Regional Directors
          Schools Division Superintendents
          Heads, Public Secondary Schools
  1. In connection with the participation of the current and incoming Special Program in Foreign Language (SPFL) teachers to various professional development activities to upgrade Foreign Language (FL) pedagogical skills effective 2015 onwards, reimbursement/release of allowances which include transportation expenses and per diem, when applicable shall be charged/reimbursed to any of the following:
    1. Regional Human Resources and Training Development (HRTD) Funds in compliance withDepEd Order No. 66, s. 2010 on the utilization of HRTD Funds for 2015; 
    2. Schools Division INSET Funds;  
    3. Local Funds such as Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE); or 
    4. Special Education Fund (SEF), subject to the usual accounting and auditing rules and regulations.
  2. Activities covered are short or long term local professional development courses and language proficiency tests including Diplomas of Spanish as a Foreign Language (DELE), Dipl├┤me d’├ętudes En Langue

DepEd Order 4, s. 2015 - Implementing Guidelines on the Allocation and Utilization of the Indigenous Peoples Education (IPEd) Program Support Fund for Fiscal Year (FY) 2015

DO 4, s. 2015
Implementing Guidelines on the Allocation and Utilization of the Indigenous Peoples Education (IPEd) Program Support Fund for Fiscal Year (FY) 2015
To:    Undersecretaries
         Assistant Secretaries
         Bureau Directors
         Directors of Services, Centers and Heads of Units
         Regional Directors
         Schools Division Superintendents
         Heads, Public Elementary and Secondary Schools
         All Others Concerned
  1. The Department of Education (DepEd) has instituted a National Indigenous Peoples Education (IPEd) Program in pursuit of the National Indigenous Peoples Education Policy Framework based on DepEd Order No. 62, s. 2011 entitled Adopting the National Indigenous Peoples (IP) Education Policy Framework and Republic Act No. 10533 otherwise known as the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013.
  2. To support the plans and priorities on IPEd, this Department issues the enclosed Implementing Guidelines on the Allocation and Utilization of the Indigenous Peoples Education (IPEd) Program Support

DepEd Order 2, s. 2015 - Guidelines on the Establishment and Implementation of the Results-Based Performance Management System (RPMS) in the Department of Education

DO 2, s. 2015
Guidelines on the Establishment and Implementation of the Results-Based Performance Management System (RPMS) in the Department of Education
To:     Undersecretaries
          Assistant Secretaries
          Bureau Directors
          Directors of Services, Centers and Heads of Units
          Regional Directors
          Schools Division Superintendents
          Heads, Public Elementary and Secondary Schools
          All Others Concerned
  1. This Department issues the enclosed Guidelines on the Establishment and Implementation of the Results-Based Performance Management System (RPMS) in the Department of Education (DepEd).
  2. It aims to provide comprehensive guidelines for the adoption of the Civil Service Commission’s (CSC) Strategic Performance Management System (SPMS) in DepEd.
  3. These guidelines stipulate the specific mechanisms, criteria and processes for the performance target setting, monitoring, evaluation and development planning for schools and offices, covering all officials and

DepEd Order 3, s. 2015 - 2015 Graduation Rites

DO 3, s. 2015
2015 Graduation Rites
To:     Bureau Directors
          Directors of Services, Centers and Heads of Units
          Regional Directors
          Schools Division Superintendents
          Heads, Public and Private Elementary and Secondary Schools
          All Others Concerned
  1. The 2015 Graduation Rites shall focus on the theme Saktong Buhay: Sa De-kalidad na Edukasyon Pinanday. This theme highlights the importance of quality education in forging a decent future for Filipino Youth.  It emphasizes  the commitment of the Department of Education (DepEd) to hone the 21st century skills among Filipino graduates in order for them to actualize their life goals and dreams not only for themselves but also for the less fortunate.
  2. The Graduation Rites should be scheduled either on March 26 or 27, 2015. For schools divisions or regions whose school year has been extended, all concerned shall be guided respectively by their revised school calendar.
  3. In line with the government’s austerity program, this Department reiterates the following policies: 

Principal's Test

Application for Principal's test was extended up to March 31, 2015
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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Scholarships from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED)

FULL SCHOLARSHIP (FS)
Intended for high school graduates whose general weighted average (GWA) is at least 90% or its equivalent, and for graduating high school students whose GWA is at least 90% or its equivalent in the third year and at least 90% in the first three grading periods of the fourth year, who will enroll in identified priority courses in duly authorized public or private higher education institutions (HEIs).
PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIP (PS)
Intended for high school graduates whose GWA is at least 85% or its equivalent and for graduating high school students whose GWA is at least 85% in the third year and at least 85% in the first three grading periods of the fourth year, who will enroll in identified priority courses in duly authorized public HEIs

Thursday, January 8, 2015

DepEd Memo 141, s. 2014 - 2014 Best Implementing Schools of Brigada Eskwela

DepEd Order 51, s. 2014 - Guidelines on the Conduct of Activities and Use of Materials Involving Aspects of Indigenous Peoples Culture

DO 51, s. 2014
Guidelines on the Conduct of Activities and Use of Materials Involving Aspects of Indigenous Peoples Culture
To:     Undersecretaries
          Assistant Secretaries
          Bureau Directors
          Directors of Services, Centers and Heads of Units
          Regional Directors
          Schools Division Superintendents
          Heads, Public Elementary and Secondary Schools
          All Others Concerned
  1. In line with the National Indigenous Peoples Education (IPEd) Policy Framework (DepEd Order No. 62, s. 2011), particularly the policy thrusts to “implement stronger affirmative action to eradicate all forms of discrimination against IPs in the entire Philippine education system” and to “uphold and advocate the protection of the intellectual property rights of IPs”, the Department of Education (DepEd) is adopting the enclosed Guidelines on the Conduct of Activities and Use of Materials Involving Aspects of Indigenous Peoples Culture.

DepEd Order 50, s. 2014 - Guidelines on the Recruitment, Selection and Placement of Personnel Pursuant to the DepEd Rationalization Program Under Executive Order 366 s. 2004

DO 50, s. 2014
Guidelines on the Recruitment, Selection and Placement of Personnel Pursuant to the DepEd Rationalization Program Under Executive Order 366 s. 2004
To:     Undersecretaries
          Assistant Secretaries
          Regional Directors
          Schools Division Superintendents
          Directors of Bureaus, Services, Centers and Heads of Units
          Heads of Elementary and Secondary Schools
          All Others Concerned
  1. Background
    1. On November 15, 2013, the Rationalization Plan (RP) of the Department of Education was approved by the Department of Budget and Management (DBM). The approval included the rationalized structure and staffing pattern of offices in the Central, Regional and Schools Division Levels.
    2. As provided in the approval, personnel whose plantilla items were affected by the rationalization had the following options:

DepEd Order 49, s. 2014 - Guidelines on the Functions and Assignment of School Health and Nutrition Personnel in the Implementation of the DepEd Rationalization Program

DO 49, s. 2014
Guidelines on the Functions and Assignment of School Health and Nutrition Personnel in the Implementation of the DepEd Rationalization Program
To:     Undersecretaries
          Assistant Secretaries
          Bureau Directors
          Directors of Services, Centers and Heads of Units
          Regional Directors
          Schools Division Superintendents
          Directors of Bureaus, Services, Centers and Heads of Units
          Heads of Public Elementary and Secondary Schools
          All Others Concerned
  1. On November 15, 2013, the Rationalization Plan (RP) of the Department of Education (DepEd) was approved by the Department of Budget and Management (DBM). The approval included the rationalized structure and staffing pattern of offices at the national/central, regional and schools division levels.
  2. As provided in the approved DepEd RP, personnel whose plantilla items were affected by the rationalization had the following options:

DepEd Order 48, s. 2014 - Amendments and Additional Provisions to DepEd Order No. 45, s. 2007 (Institutionalization of the Supreme Pupil Government in All Elementary Schools Nationwide)

DO 48, s. 2014
Amendments and Additional Provisions to DepEd Order No. 45, s. 2007 (Institutionalization of the Supreme Pupil Government in All Elementary Schools Nationwide)
To:     Regional Directors
          Schools Division Superintendents
          Heads, Public and Private Elementary Schools
          All Others Concerned
  1. The Supreme Pupil Government (SPG) in all elementary schools has been institutionalized in recognition of the need to organize a pupil governing body in the elementary school through DepEd Order No. 45, s. 2007 entitled Institutionalization of the Supreme Pupil Government in All Elementary Schools Nationwide. However, some provisions have been amended and added to said guidelines.
  2. Some of the amendments are the following:
    1. School-wide SPG Elections shall be held annually, consistent with the Constitution and By-Laws of SPG and Supreme Student  Government (SSG) in Elementary and Secondary Schools and the SPG and SSG Commission on Elections Standard Election Code;
    2. The SPG shall uphold the values, principles, ideals of the Department of Education (DepEd) and shall adhere with the Constitution and By-Laws of SPG and SSG in Elementary and Secondary Schools;
    3. Only pupils from Grades 5 to 6 who are qualified to run as candidates for the following major positions of the SPG shall be elected by the pupils from Grades 3 to 6:

Deped Order 47, s. 2014 - Constitution and By-Laws of the Supreme Pupil Government and Supreme Student Government in Elementary and Secondary Schools

DO 47, s. 2014
Constitution and By-Laws of the Supreme Pupil Government and Supreme Student Government in Elementary and Secondary Schools
To:     Regional Directors
          Schools Division Superintendents
          Heads, Public and Private Elementary and Secondary Schools
  1. Recognizing the significant role and contributions of the Supreme Pupil Government (SPG) and Supreme Student Government (SSG) in the schools and under the Student Governments Program (SGP), the Department of Education (DepEd) issues the enclosed Constitution and By-Laws of the Supreme Pupil Government in Elementary Schools and the Supreme Student Government in Secondary Schools, together with other documents, for implementation in all schools nationwide starting School Year (SY) 2014-2015 and onwards.
  2. Enclosed are the following documents for reference:
    • Enclosure No. 1 - Constitution and By-Laws of SPG and SSG in Elementary and Secondary Schools
    • Enclosure No. 2 - Guidelines on the Adoption of the Constitution and By-Laws of SPG and SSG in Elementary and Secondary Schools
    • Enclosure No. 3 - SPG and SSG Commission on Elections Standard Elections Code 

DepEd Order 46, s. 2014 - Guidelines on the Implementation of the Alternative Learning System for Persons With Disability (ALS for PWD) Program

DO 46, s. 2014
Guidelines on the Implementation of the Alternative Learning System for Persons With Disability (ALS for PWD) Program
To:     Undersecretaries
          Assistant Secretaries
          Bureau Directors
          Directors of Services, Centers and Heads of Units
          Regional Directors
          Schools Division Superintendents
          Heads, Public Elementary and Secondary Schools
          All Others Concerned
  1. To further attain the goals of the Department of Education (DepEd) in relation to Education for All (EFA) and Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and in the effort to reach all types of learners, this Department through the Bureau of Alternative Learning System (BALS) revitalizes the ALS for Persons with Disability (ALS for PWD) Program which is also formerly known as ALS for Differently-Abled Persons (ALS-DAP). 

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