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launching of 'Brigada Eskwela 2017' in Davao City PDF Print E-mail

Over 5,000 students, parents and representatives from the government and the private sector joined the launching of the 2017 "Brigada Eskwela" at the Calinan Senior High School in Calinan District here on Monday.

titleHighlighting the activity is the distribution of financial assistance from the Philippine Public School Teachers Association (PPSTA) and the ceremonial turnover of 2,130 T-shirts from Habitat for Humanity Philippines to be distributed to all Division ES (elementary school) or HS (high school) Brigada Coordinators in Region XI (Davao Region). Also to be conducted during the day is the Launching of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Schools (WinS) Program and the Signing of memorandum of agreement (MOA) with DOST (Department of Science and Technology) on the project called Starbooks.

Led by Education Undersecretary for Finance Victoria Catibog, the six-day Brigada Eskwela kicked off in public elementary and secondary or high schools across the country in preparation for the opening of classes in June.

Jenielito Atillo, Department of Education (DepEd) XI spokesperson, said the launching of Brigada Eskwela at the Calinan Senior High School also aims to convey the message that senior high school has taken off nationwide.

This year marks the full implementation of the K-12 system because there are already entrants to Grade 12, he said.

altThere are 297 public schools and 189 private institutions offering senior high school curriculum in the region, with Atillo saying the number is expected to increase given the number of applications pending for DepEd’s approval.

Atillo said there are 66,986 senior high school students in the Davao Region.

With this year’s theme, "Isang DepEd, Isang Pamayanan, Isang Bayanihan Para sa Handa at Ligtas na Paaralan," Usec. Catibog underscored the efforts and resources pooled from all sectors.

She said the cooperation of the whole community is for the sake of the children.

“This is not simply (about) attendance but the message here is we are preparing the school for the future of the children. I think the private sector also touches the hearts of everyone that we are doing this for we value education," Atillo said.

altAtillo pointed out that children, parents and other stakeholders sacrificed their time, talent and skills even just for a few minutes.

Brigada Eskwela, or the national schools' maintenance week, aims to bring together all education stakeholders to participate and contribute their time, effort and resources to prepare public school facilities in time for the opening of the new school year. 

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‘Davao City Durians’ gears up for 2017 Palarong Pambansa PDF Print E-mail

By: MAY ANN M. JUMUAD,PhD
Education Program Supervisor-English & SPFL
DepEd Division of Davao City

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Photo by: Roe Kim Antipuesto

GEARING UP FOR THE BATTLE. Davao City athletes head for Tagum City as they prepare for 2017 Palarong Pambansa.

Following their victorious stint in the recently concluded Davao Region Athletic Association (DAVRAA) Meet 2017 in Mati  City where they emerge as the champion,  ‘Davao City Durians’ are up in their preparations ahead of the 2017 Palarong Pambansa in Antique, April 23-29, 2017.
Jonas Piore, Division Sports Coordinator, said Wednesday they have been in tough training to ensure the readiness of the ‘Davao City Durians’ in the battle of the country’s best athletes.  Among the preparations are the rigid training in Tagum City where 206 athletes and 54 coaches are up for rigorous drills and physical activities that would test their endurance and athletic skills. The said training will start on March 29 to April 14, 2017.

The hardworking sports coordinator Piore added that the road for glory for ‘Davao City Durians’ is a mountain-high challenge for they will be up against the top players in the country. Furthermore, she  said they are hoping to give more gold medals for Davao City and Region XI in the Palarong Pambansa. "We would like to thank Tagum City for helping us in our preparation as well as Dr. Maria Ines C. Asuncion, our Schools Division Superintendent for her all-out support," she added.
 

 
‘Davao City Durians’ crowned 2017 DAVRAA Overall Champion! PDF Print E-mail

By: MAY ANN M. JUMUAD,PhD
Education Program Supervisor-English & SPFL
DepEd Division of Davao City

altThe 2017 Davao Regional Athletic Association (DAVRAA) Meet  closed another season with ‘Davao City Durians’ taking home the overall championship in a closing and awarding ceremonies held March 24 at Mati City Sports Complex.
Davao City ran away with the title once again with a final medal tally of 126 golds, 105 silvers, and 76 bronzes, according to the Department of Education, Region XI final and official result on Friday, March 24.
Coming in second is Tagum City with 62 golds, 48 silvers, and 65 bronzes. Panabo City came in third place finish this year with a 39-43-72 medal haul.
Digos City showed fierce competitiveness with a 39-34-45 medal tally, good for 4th place.
Davao del Norte and Davao del Sur finished fifth and sixth with 25-23-39 and 17-25-38 medal standing respectively. Compostela Valley came in 7th place with 16-28-67 medal count with Davao Oriental (10-15-18), Davao Occidental (6-14-18),Mati City (6-10-20),and IGACOS (1-3-5) completing the cast placing 8th, 9th , 10th,and last in the league.
Dr. Maria Ines C. Asuncion, CESO VI, Schools Division Superintendent of Davao City Division beams with pride as she receives the award. “This is a great accomplishment of the entire Davao City Division. I am very proud of my team. We invested so much for this and we hope to keep on improving year after year, “said Asuncion.

Check out the final medal tally for the 2017 DAVRAA Meet 

 

 
DepEd Davao City Division joins International Women's Day PDF Print E-mail

By: LENA N.MERALLES
School Head
Bago Elem.School
Talomo District

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March 8,2017 ,marked the 108th International Women's Day celebration with the theme "kabag uhan alang sa mga kababayen an". It was attended by the 30 division personnel headed by the Gender and Advocacy Focal  person, Jonas Piore together with the 20 Public School District Supervisors , 20 School  Heads from Elementary and 9 Cluster Heads from Secondary as they participated in the early morning parade that started from the Freedom Park , Roxas St. and ended in Peoples Park Camus Street, Davao City. The participants from all other sectors were acknowledged having shared the success of the country.
International Women's Day (IWD) ,originally known as Int. Working  Women's Day is celebrated March 8 every year to commemorate the struggle for women's right.This is a global day celebration of the social,economic,cultural and political achievements of women.This day marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.
In the International Women's Day Timeline Journey from 1908 to present,the world has witnessed a significant change and attitudinal shift in both women's and society's thoughts on women's equality and emancipation,as ordinary women playing extraordinary role in the community and in the country in general.

 
ALS community CARAVAN PDF Print E-mail

DepEd Davao City Division Alternative Learning System (ALS) community CARAVAN at its best with all the barangay captain, officials and DepEd personnel fully supported by Local Government unit and the schools division office led by the Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Maria Ines C. Asuncion, CESO VI. Highlighting the programs and projects implemented by all barangays and its best practices as partners in the implementation.

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Oplan Balik Eskwela 2016 PDF Print E-mail

All Systems Go for Oplan Balik Eskwela
by Jed I. Bete
School Media Relations Officer
Davao City NHS


Exactly a week after the launching of Brigada Eskwela 2016, public schools all over the country are now gearing-up for the Oplan Balik Eskwela which started on Monday, June 6, 2016.

altIn Davao City National High School (DCNHS), one of the biggest public secondary schools in the Division of Davao City, a big number of students together with their parents and guardians flocked to its campus at F. Torres Street for the first day of enrolment. Faculty and staff of DCNHS readily and smoothly facilitated the enrolment by conducting conferences and orientations for parents of transferees and incoming grade 7 students. Orientations are necessary to educate the parents regarding the policies and guidelines of school.

Weeks before the enrolment period, confirmation and enrolment procedures, class schedules, and the sectioning of students were already formulated as per instruction of Dr. Wenefredo E. Cagape, Principal IV of DCNHS. All these information were made available to the public through tarpaulins and the use of social media. Dr. Cagape wanted to ensure a smooth and orderly enrolment to avoid congestions and replication of problems encountered in the past.

More or less 9,000 students are expected to enrol at DCNHS for School Year 2016-2017. Dr. Cagape is challenged and overwhelmed by this large number of enrolees in DCNHS. “It is challenging and at the same time overwhelming because a lot of students chose to stay and enrol to [Davao City] City High”, Cagape said. “This only means trust and confidence from our stakeholders”, he added.

This year’s enrolment is also unique because it is the first time for DCNHS to cater the incoming grade 11 students for Senior High School in pursuance to the K to 12 Enhanced Basic Education Program. DCNHS is set to offer all Senior High School tracks except for the Sports track. As of June 6, there are already 748 students who have enrolled to Senior High School. Of the 748 enrolees, thirty (30) students chose the Arts and Design Track, 189 students opted to take Applied Business and Management (Academic Track – ABM), 131 went for Humanities and Social Sciences (Academic Track – HUMSS), 134 students for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (Academic Track – STEM), and 264 students decided to take the Technical – Vocational and Livelihood Track.

DCNHS Administration is fully aware of the emerging concerns brought by the implementation of Senior High School. But despite these ‘roadblocks’, DCNHS is able to manage these concerns by providing alternative plans and solutions. In fact, some of the existing teachers in the junior high school who have earned National Certification (NC), masters’ and doctorate degrees are assigned to teach ‘temporarily’ in the Senior High School in the incoming school year since teachers’ items for SHS are still being finalized. Available classrooms and laboratories are also maximized to cater SHS students. Moreover, private schools in Cluster 1 of this division have also placed their enrolment satellites inside the DCNHS campus to give the incoming grade 11 students more options where to pursue SHS.

The Department of Education (DepEd) has already announced through the DepEd Order No. 23 s. 2016 that the opening of classes for School Year 2016-2017 is on June 13, Monday.

For more concerns and inquiries, students and parents may contact the DCNHS Oplan Balik Eskwela hotlines (082) 227-9102 or (082) 224-1639. They may also like the official Facebook page: DCNHS Media Relations_Official or visit the official website www.davaocnhs.edu.ph.
 

 


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