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General Reminders on the Preparation and


Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)

• Black ballpen shall be used in filling up all the forms.


• Certificate for Kindergarten, Grade 6 and Grade 10
School documents like class records, grading sheets,
Summary Rating Sheets.
• List of Academic Excellence Awardees (Grade 1 to
12) ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED and strictly with
attached supporting documents (Certified True Copy
of Form 138/SF9 and Form 137/SF10)

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)

•List of Leadership Awardees (Grade 6, Grade


10, Grade 12) strictly with attached supporting
documents (Table for computed Criteria and
Weight, and Certified True Copy of
Certificates/Certification/Documentation)

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)
•List of Awardees for Outstanding Performance in Specific Disciplines (Grade 6,
Grade 10, Grade 12) strictly with attached supporting documents Table for
computed Criteria and Weight, and Certified True Copy of
Certificates/Certification/Documentation)
• Athletics
• Arts
• Communication Arts
• Science
• Mathematics
• Social Sciences
• Technical-Vocational Education

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)
 List of Awardees for Work Immersion (Grade 12) strictly with
attached supporting documents
o Table for computed Criteria and Weight, and
o Certified True Copy of Certificates/Certification/Documentation)
 List of Awardees for Research/Innovation (Grade 12) strictly with
attached supporting documents:
o Table for computed Criteria and Weight, and
o Certified True Copy of Certificates/Certification/Documentation)

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)

 List of Awardees for Club or Organization


Achievement strictly with attached supporting
documents
•Table for computed Criteria and Weight, and
•Certified True Copy of
Certificates/Certification/Documentation)
•Special Recognitions

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)
DEPED SCHOOL FORMS SIGNATORIES

Prepared by the Class Adviser


the School Head and
Certified Correct
District Supervisor
the EPS in-charge of
Reviewed by
the Grade Level.
the Schools Division
Approved by
Superintendent

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)

 School Form 6 shall be accomplished by the School Heads


consolidating the reports of the different grade levels. The
school should have only one (1) SF6 to be submitted in 3
copies.
 Forms shall be properly, completely and neatly
accomplished. Entries in all the forms shall be legibly written.
 Observe the correct nomenclature and order of the different
subjects in Forms 137/SF10 & Form 138/SF9.

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)
 The spelling of the names of pupils/students should be the
same in all the forms including the Diploma/Certificate.
 The correct way of writing the names of the pupils/students
are as follows: Last Name, First Name, Name Extension
and Middle Name)

a. LLEGO, MARK ANTHONY AQUINO


b. DEL LLEGO, MARK ANTHONY AQUINO (Name extension)
c. LLEGO, MARK ANTHONY JR. AQUINO(Name extension)

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
 DepEd Order No. 36, s. 2016 shall be the basis for
the Awards and Recognition from Kinder, Grades
1 to 12.
 Candidates for Academic Excellence Award in
Grades 1 to 12 shall have a General Average of
90% and above and must not have a failing grade
in any of the subjects.

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)
The following Awards shall be given to Qualified
learners:
•Performance Awards for Kindergarten
•Conduct Awards
• Character Traits for Kindergarten to Grade 3
• Conduct Awards for Grade 4 to 12
•Academic Excellence Award (Grade 1-12)
•Award for Leadership (Grade 6, Grade 10, Grade 12)

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)

Award for Outstanding Performance in Specific Disciplines


(Grade 6, Grade 10, Grade 12)Athletics
•Arts
•Communication Arts
•Science
•Mathematics
•Social Sciences
•Technical-Vocational Education

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)

•Award for Work Immersion (Grade 12)


•Award for Research/lnnovation (Grade 12)
•Award for Club or Organizational Achievement
•Special Recognition
List of Qualified Academic Excellence Awardees are
ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY. It shall be submitted in 3
copies. Attach Certified True Copy of Form 138/SF9 and
Form 137/SF10.
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARDEES
Academic Excellence Awardees shall be classified as:

With Highest with an average


GOLD
Honors of 98-100

With High with an average


SILVER
Honors of 95-97

with an average
With Honors BRONZE
of 90-94

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)
 Awards and Certificates for learners in graduating/ moving up
levels (Kinder, Grade 6, 10 and 12) should be checked against
the SF1 for consistency.
 For the Medal and Plaque Specifications, refer to DepEd Order
No. 36, s. 2016, dated June 07, 2016.
 For Grades 1-10, Learners who have incurred failures in not more
than two (2) subjects prior to the effectivity of D.O. No. 8, s. 2015,
may be promoted to the next grade level; however, they should
be provided with learning opportunities to catch up or make
progress on the specific competencies of the subjects they failed.

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)
 For Grades 11-12, Learners who failed in a subject must be
immediately given remedial classes. However, if the learner still
fails remedial classes, he/she must retake the subject/s failed
during the summer as back subject.
 For SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, General Average shall be
computed by Semester. The two semesters determine the
Final Grade in a School Year.
 To determine the Honor Graduates for Grade 12, get the
average of the Grade 11 and Grade 12.

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)

 Learners who failed in one (1) or two (2) learning areas should
strictly attend to Summer Remedial Classes conducted by the
subject teacher in the same school.
 Report on the conduct of such and the Certificate of Recomputed
Final Grade noted by the School Principal shall be submitted to
the Schools Division Office on or before May 31, 2019. (Attn:
EPS in-charge of the concerned district/QuALci)
 Learners who failed in three (3) learning areas will be
RETAINED in that grade level.

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)

 School GRADE LEVEL COMMITTEE of 3 members headed


by Department Head or the most senior Grade Level teacher,
shall be organized to check the accuracy, completeness and
neatness of entries in the forms.
 SCHOOL CHECKING COMMITTEE (SCC) composed of 3
Members, the School Head as the Chairman; and one (1)
School ICT Coordinator and one (1) Most Capable Teacher for
Curriculum and Assessment shall be created to re-check the
forms previously checked by the grade level committee.

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)
 Once the SCC has completed the checking of forms for all
classes in all grade levels, the SCC shall accomplish the School
Forms Checking Report (SFCR1) attached as Annex 1a
of DepEd Order No. 11, s. 2018.
 Likewise for the Elementary, a DISTRICT CHECKING
COMMITTEE of 5 members headed by the Public Schools
District Supervisor shall be organized to check the accuracy and
completeness of entries in the forms.
 A School Head should be assigned per grade level as Chairman
in the District Checking of Forms, for Elementary.

General Reminders on the Preparation and
Checking of School Forms (SFs)
(Elementary and Secondary)
All List of Awards and Recognitions shall first be checked by
the School Head and Public Schools District Supervisors.
 Final checking and validation will be done by the DCC before
the approval of the SDS.
For further understanding of the guidelines, refer to DepEd Order
No. 11, s. 2018 for the guidelines on the preparation and
checking of School Forms

Strictly NO ERASURES in all the Forms.


ELEMENTARY
School Form 10 – Learner’s Permanent Academic Record for
Elementary (SF10-ES) as per DepEd Order No. 58, s. 2017

• The Grade 1 teacher will prepare two (2) copies of SF10-ES and attach the
relevant supporting documents (such as copy of the birth certificate,
kindergarten completion certificate/Early Childhood Care and
Development (ECCD) checklist, progress report or other equivalent
document).
• Any erasures or alterations on the document should be validated and bear the
signature of the School Head in ink.
• The SF10-ES shall be accomplished at the end of the school year or in the
event that the learner transfers to another school within the school year.
The SF10-ES shall be printed using ordinary legal-size bond paper.
Commercial printing that will result in unnecessary expenses is
hereby discouraged.
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
School Form 10 – Learner’s Permanent Academic Record for Secondary
(SF10-JHS) as per DepEd Order No. 58, s. 2017

 The Grade 7 class adviser will prepare two (2) copies of SF10-JHS and attach the
certified true photocopy of SF10-ES along with other relevant supporting
documents.
 If the Form 137 or SF10-ES is not available due to learner’s acceleration, the
certified true copy of assessment result or certificate shall be used as
reference and attachment in SF10-JHS.
 Any erasures or alterations on the document should be validated and bear the
signature of the School Head in ink.
 The SF10-JHS shall be accomplished at the end of the school year or in the event
that the learner transfers to another school within the school year.
 The SF10-JHS shall be printed using ordinary legal-size bond paper. Commercial
printing that will result in unnecessary expenses is hereby discouraged.
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
School Form 10 – Learner’s Permanent Academic Record for
Secondary (SF10-SHS) as per DepEd Order No. 58, s. 2017

 The Grade 11 and 12 class advisers will prepare two (2) copies
of SF10-SHS and attach the certified true photocopy of SF10-
JHS along with other relevant supporting documents.

 Any erasures or alterations on the document should be


validated and bear the signature of the School Head in ink.

 The SF10-SHS shall be accomplished at the end of the school


year or in the event that the learner transfers to another school
within the school year.
Form 137 (Permanent Record)/ SF10

 To be accomplished in duplicate copies, both ORIGINAL and with


attached NSO/PSA Birth Certificate. (Photocopy of the duplicate
copy is not allowed).
 The new Form 137 (SF10) shall be used by the present Grades 1-2
and Grades 7-8. All other Grades shall use the old/existing Form
137 until the learner completes elementary/ junior high school level.
 Components of MAPEH for Grades 1-10 shall be written with the
corresponding grade. Average per component should not be
computed and written in the Form 137. Only the average of
MAPEH as a subject, and not per component.
Form 137 (Permanent Record)/ SF10

 The Final Grade in each learning area and the General Average
are reported as whole numbers.
 Remarks in the Final Grade for every learning areas shall be
Passed or Failed.
 Failing grade shall be written in red ballpen including the action
taken Failed.
 For the General Average, red ballpen shall be used for Retained
while black ballpen for Promoted.
 Class Adviser shall affix his/her initial beside the General
Average.
Form 138 (Report Card)/SF9

 The arrangement of learner’s names in the SF9 (formerly Form


138) should be written the way it was generated in the SF5. (Last
Name, First Name, Name Extension, and Middle Name)
 Components of MAPEH for Grades 1-10 shall be written with the
corresponding grade. Average per component should not be
computed and written in the Form 137. Only the average of
MAPEH as a subject, and not per component.
 The Final Grade in each learning area and the General Average
are reported as whole numbers.
Form 138 (Report Card)/SF9

 Remarks in the Final Grade in all the learning areas shall be


Passed or Failed
 Failing grade shall be written in black ballpen including the action
taken Retained.
 Passing grade shall be written in black ballpen including the
action taken Promoted.
 Class Adviser shall affix his/her initial beside the General Average.
 Class Adviser and School Head must sign the Form 138. Fill up
ELIGIBLE FOR ADMISSION to the next grade level with the
corresponding signatures.
School Form 5 (Kindergarten to Grade 12)

 School Form 5 must be LIS-generated. The following School Forms 5


are specified as follows:
•SF5-K – for Kindergarten
•SF5 – for Elementary and Junior HS
•SF5A-SHS – for Senior High School
•SF5B-SHS – List of Learners with Complete Senior HS requirements
 SF 5 – Report on Promotion and Level of Progress and
Achievement shall be accomplished using legal size (8.5” x 13”)
bond paper, computerized using black ink and to be submitted in 3
copies all original.
 Do not include Dropouts and Transferred Out.
School Form 5 (Kindergarten to Grade 12)

 The SF5 shall be accomplished by the Class Adviser. Final Rating per learning
area should be given by the subject teachers. The class adviser should compute
for the General Average.
 On the summary table, reflect the total number of learners PROMOTED (final
grade of at least 75% in ALL learning areas), RETAINED (Did not meet
expectations in three (3) or more learning areas, and CONDITIONALLY
PROMOTED (Did not meet expectations in not more than two (2) learning areas)
and the Level of Progress and Achievement according to the Individual General
Average.
 The table for Level of Progress and Achievement must also be filled up. The
basis shall be the General Average of the learner.
 Instructions stated in the SF5 must be strictly followed.
School Form 6

 School Form 6 must be LIS-generated. The following School Forms 6 are


specified as follows:
•SF6 – for Elementary and Junior HS
•SF6-SHS – for Senior High School

 SF 6 – Summarized Report on Promotion and Level of Progress and


Achievement shall be accomplished using legal size (8.5” x 13”) bond paper,
computerized using black ink and to be submitted in 3 copies all original.

 The SF6 shall be accomplished by the School Head after receiving and
validating the SF5 submitted by the Class Advisers
School Form 6

 SF 5 and SF6 should be submitted to the Schools


Division Office by the end of the School Year (after
the scheduled Division Checking of Forms) in 3
copies. Soft copy in DVD by district.
 The table for Level of Progress and Achievement must
also be filled up. The basis shall be the General
Average of the pupil.
 Instructions stated in the SF6 must be strictly followed.
DIPLOMA/CERTIFICATE OF
COMPLETION

 Diploma/Certificate shall be accomplished using the


attached format. (Refer toDepEd Order No. 002, s. 2019)

 Based on the latest guidelines, Filipino and English medium


shall be used in the Diploma/Certificate (with translation).

 For the Diploma (Grade 12), use A4 parchment paper.


Documentary stamp should be pasted on the left side.
DIPLOMA/CERTIFICATE OF
COMPLETION

 For the Certificate (Kindergarten, Grade 6 and Grade 10), use A4


specialty paper, (colors: beige, cream, light yellow). No documentary
stamp.
 The names of the pupils/students in the Diploma/Certificate shall be printed
using simple and readable print (no Gothic printing).

For Honor Graduates:


MARK ANTHONY A. LLEGO
LRN 001234567890
With Highest Honors
DIPLOMA/CERTIFICATE OF
COMPLETION
For Non-Honor Graduates:

MARK ANTHONY A. LLEGO


LRN 001234567890

 For the signatories translation: Punung-guro (Principal); Ulong-guro (Head


Teacher) while Teacher In-Charge and Officer In-Charge shall be as it is.
 Diploma/Certificate shall be countersigned by the Education Program
Supervisor (EPS) in-charge of the district, Chief of the Curriculum
Implementation Division and Assistant Schools Division Superintendent
before the signature of the Schools Division Superintendent.
 Diploma/Certificate shall be placed in brown expanded envelope with the list
of names and LRN printed outside the envelope.
Schedule and Venue of Year-end
Accomplishment Report presentation

Date Qualci Venue


March 4, 2019 Qualci 1 Division LRMDC
March 5, 2019 Qualci 2 R. Magsaysay
March 6, 2019 Qualci 3 Tukuran TVHS
March 7, 2019 Qualci 4 Antonio NHS
March 8, 2019 Qualci 5 & 6 Division LRMDC

PORTFOLIO PRESENTATION AND SUBMISSION : 3RD WEEK


OF MARCH
Guidelines on the Preparations and
Checking of Forms
D.O No. 11 s. 2018
Procedures:
A. Before Checking of Forms
1. Division Level
1.1 Composition of the Division Committee
Chairman CID Chief Juliet A. Magallanes
Vice Chairs SGOD Chief-Dr. Ernesto Tardo
Public Schools District Supervisors
Members All EPSs and Division Coordinators
All SEPS and EPS II
Planning Officer and Personnel
Identified Principals/Master Teachers (Per
D.O. 11,
s.2018
SF1-
School Register
Monthly Learner
Movement and
Attendance
Report

6-
Summarized
5-Report on
report on
Promotion
Promotion
and Level of
and Level of
Proficiency
Proficiency
 A. FOR GRADUATING PUPILS AND MOVING UP STUDENTS
(Grades 6, 10 and 12)

March 14-15, 2019 4th Quarter Examinations for


Grades 6 & 12

March 11-13 , 2019 Schools Pre-Checking of


LIS Generated SFs

March 19-20 , 2019 District / Consolidation of SFCR 1


Number of School Days

Month No. of Days


June 18
July 22
August 20
September 20 April 11-12, 2019-
October 18 Distribution of
November 19 Report Cards for
December 11 Grade 6, Grades
January 22
10 and 12
February 19
March 21
April 5
Total 195
At the School Level
Composition of the School Checking Committee
(SCC)
 Chairman: School head
 Co-chairs:ICT Coordinator / LIS Coordinator (For
enrolment and learners’ profile) 1 MT or T for
Curriculum and Assessment.
At the School Level
Composition of the School Checking Committee (SCC)
 Co-chair: ICT Coordinator / LIS Coordinator (For
enrolment and learners’ profile will focus on LIS-related
issues and report generation
 Vice chair for Curriculum will ensure that the contents of
school forms and reports are compliant with the policies
related to enrolment eligibility, curriculum, promotion and
retention.
At the School Level
Composition of the School Checking Committee
(SCC)
 Schoolswith three (3) or more sections in each
grade level may organize sub-committees
comprised of class advisers and subject teachers.
Roles and Functions of the SCC
 Conduct a pre-checking activity in preparation for the
scheduled checking of forms with the DCC.
 Tasked to communicate with the DCC regarding the
schedule of the checking of forms and other necessary
arrangements.
 Discuss the results and findings of the DCC during the
checking.
 Summary of Tasks and Reference Documents at the School Level
Responsible Persons References Outputs
(Documents to be Checked) (Reports / Forms to be Validated
CLASS ADVISERS  PSA Birth Certificate and SFs generated from the LIS are
ther equivalent documents correct:
 SF9 (Formerly Form 138, and  SF1 – School Register
SF10 (Formerly Form 137), or  SF2-Learner Daily Attendance
ECCD Checklist, Report (for the months of
Kindergarten progress February and March only)
Report, and Certificate of  SF5 – report on Promotion and
Completion for Kinder Level of Proficiency
 PEPT/PVT/ A&E Certificate if (including SF5K, SF5A-SHS, and
applicable SF5B-SHS for Grade 12
 Summary of Tasks and Reference Documents at the School Level
Responsible References Outputs
Persons (Documents to be Checked) (Reports / Forms to be Validated
SCHOOL HEAD Prepare summary report using the Ensure that the following SFs
Attendance Report following references provided by the generated from LIS are correct:
class advisers:  SF4-Monthly learner
 SF1-School Register Movement and Attendance
 SF2-Learner Daily Attendance Report (for the months of
Report (for the months of February February and March only)
and March only)  SF6-Summarized Report on
 SF5 – report on Promotion and Level Promotion and level of
of Proficiency Proficiency
(including SF5K, SF5A-SHS, and SF5B-
SHS for Grade 12, as appropriate)
Guidelines on the Preparations and
Checking of Forms
D.O No. 11 s. 2018
Procedures:
A. During Reading and Checking of Forms
At the School Level
 Print Layout, order or arrangement of the list of names of learners
should likewise not be edited.
 The format and content of the system generated SFs are considered
final and official.
 Commercialized electronic school forms shall not be
recognized nor accepted.
 To ensure that only SFs generated from the LIS are being presented
during the checking of forms, the LIS coordinator is required to sign
or initial each SF
Guidelines on the Preparations and
Checking of Forms
D.O No. 11 s. 2018
Procedures:
A. During Reading and Checking of Forms
At the School Level
 SF 9 and SF10 (Forms 137 & 138) shall be manually
updated and must be consistent with SF5 and other
documents.
 The arrangement of learners’ names in the SF9 (Formerly Form
138) should be written the way it was generated in the SF5
 The system generated SFs print the names of learners in this
order: Last Name, First Name, Name extension
Guidelines on the Preparations and
Checking of Forms
D.O No. 11 s. 2018
Procedures:
A. During Reading and Checking of Forms
At the School Level
 For uniformity and correct recording, the extension name, must
be encoded in LIS in the separate data field for extension name
regardless of the order in which it appeared in the Birth
certificate.
 Once the SCC has completed the checking of forms for all
classes in all grade levels, the SCC shall accomplish the School
Forms Checking Report (SFCR1)
Guidelines on the Preparations and
Checking of Forms
D.O No. 11 s. 2018
Table 3: School Size Sampling Guide
Size of School Priority Grade levels Other Grade Levels
Based on Combined Minimum No. of Classes
enrollment
Percentage Estimated Number of
Classes
Very small (99 and 100% all 2
Below)
Small (100-299) 50% 4 2
Medium (300-499) 30% 5 2
Large (500-799) 20% 6 3
Very large (800-999) 10% 7 4
Huge ( 1,000 and 5% 8 5
Guidelines on the Preparations and
Checking of Forms
D.O No. 11 s. 2018
Procedures:
A. During Reading and Checking of Forms
 For schools categorized as Small, Medium, Large, Very Large,
and Huge, the minimum number of classes of priority grade
levels that shall undergo the checking of forms shall be
determined through drawing of lots.
 The raffle shall be done by the DCC in the presence of the SCC
on te actual day of checking.
• Simple refreshment and
• Host schools
identified as venues
lunch served during the • Principals and
checking/validation of
for the DCC are
LIS Generated SFs of
Master
requested to Teachers of
the DCC shall be
prepare 12 Rooms,
charged against school each Qualci
3 rooms for each
MOOE/ School
grade level (kinder,
Canteen Funds subject
are requested
Grade 1, Grades 6, to assist the
to the usual government
10 and 12) with
accounting and auditing DCC
Tables and chairs
rules and regulations
For Grades 1-10
 Learner who did not Meet Expectations in at most two
learning areas must take remedial classes.
 Remedial classes are conducted after the Final Grades
have been computed.
The learner must pass the remedial classes to be
promoted to the next grade level
 Teacher should ensure that learners receive
remediation when they earn raw scores which are
consistently below expectations in Written Work and
Performance Tasks by the Fifth week of any Quarter.
For Grades 11-12 (Senior High School)

Learners who fail a unit / set of competencies must


be immediately given remedial classes.
 They should pass the Summative Assessments
during remediation to avoid a failing grade in a
learning area/ subject. This will prevent students
from having back subjects in Senior High School
(SHS)
If the learner still fails remedial classes he/she
must retake the subject/s failed during the summer
Graduation
Exercises
Graduation / Moving Up Assignment
DISTRICT RESPONSIBLE DISTRICT RESPONSIBLE
OFFICIALS OFFICIALS
Dumingag I and II Dr. Sarah Lumabo San Pablo Dr. Lida Borongan
Mahayag North, Mahayag Dr. Josephine Tomboc San Miguel & V. Dr. Alma belarmino
South Sagun
Molave East & West Dr. Saturnina Abajon Margos & Lapuyan Dr. Belen Cuevas
Tambulig &R. Magsaysay DC Vangie Lamayo Guipos & Dinas Dr. Gay Apduhan
Midsalip & Sominot Dr. Juliet Magallanes Dimataling, Pitogo EPS Sandy Albarico
Labangan I and Aurora Dr. Glyn Sayson Tabina and Labangan DC Noel Sangrenes
East II
Tukuran East & West Dr. Alma Carbonilla Josefina & Aurora Dr. Ernesto Tardo
West
Dumalinao and Tigbao Dr. Melinda Tangalin Cong. District 1 ASDS Danny Cordova
Kumalarang Dr. Juanita Vasquez Cong. District 2 ASDS Judith Romaguera
Lakewood & Bayog Dr. Florencio Caballero Districts I and 2 SDS Liza Tubilon
1.Three (3) Private Schools operating in the following
municipalities are using Government Permit issued at
Region IV – A Calabarzon not from Region IX, Zamboanga
Peninsula. Advised to apply GP last July 2017 yet for
2018-2019 operation.
1.1 Cavite Baptist Academy – in Pitogo
1.2 Cavite Baptist Academy – in Bayog
1.3 Cavite Baptist Academy –
in Dumalinao
• June 3, 2019 – start of the Alternative Learning System
(ALS) Learning Intervention for school Year 2019-2020
• Activities to be conducted prior to the start of learning
intervention
a. Literacy Mapping from February to May 2019;
b. Learning Intervention for 2018 Learners in Preparation
for the 2018 Accreditation and equivalency (A&E) Test; and
c. Training on the Utilization of ALS K to 12 BEC and New
ALS Assessment Forms, Informal Education Training, and
Life skills Training for ALS Teachers from March to May 2019.
• Contracting of Service Providers and Implementation
of
ALS programs through the Balik Paaralan Para sa Out-
of- school Adult (BP-OSA) shall be temporarily
suspended except for regions with on-going BP-OSA
implementation.
• Ulirang Guro sa Filipino 2019.(DepEd Memo. No. 017,
s.2019)