DEPED CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2013-14 PDF

Enclosure No. Learners are expected to be in school for a total of class days for this SY. To ensure quality in the school operation and actual teaching learning, the day contact time for teachers and learners is non-negotiable. The physical presence of school heads in schools shall also be enforced.

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Private schools may deviate from this School Calendar. However, they may not start classes earlier than the first Monday of June nor later than the last day of August, as provided in Republic Act R. Said schools should notify in advance their respective regional offices ROs regarding any deviation from the school calendar.

Likewise, the guidelines shall allow the ROs and the schools division offices to provide support to schools, particularly in the areas of instruction, and progress monitoring and evaluation. Schools may observe national and local celebrations other than those indicated in Enclosure Nos. In this regard, ROs may issue a supplemental calendar to reflect their local events. The conduct of such activities must be agreed upon by school heads, teachers and concerned parents.

Immediate dissemination of and strict compliance with this Order is directed. Rationale 1. The Department of Education DepEd ensures the effective implementation of the K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum for every learner to acquire quality, accessible, relevant, and liberating basic education.

Scope 3. The implementing guidelines for this school calendar shall be applicable to both public and private elementary and secondary schools nationwide. Definition of Terms 5. For the purpose of this policy, the operational definition of the following terms are as follows: a. Awards Committee— a committee organized by the school head to establish processes of, standards, and timelines in determining qualifiers for awards as well as to deliberate on the qualifications of candidates for awards and recognition.

Co-curricular Activities— activities and learning experiences that are undertaken side by side with the curricular activities. These learning experiences complement what learners are learning in school. Early Language Literacy and Numeracy Assessment ELLNA — an assessment administered at the end of Grade 3 as a key stage assessment to determine if learners are meeting the learning standards in early language, literacy, and numeracy.

Exit Assessment— a standardized set of examinations taken by learners in Years 6, 10, and The test, which covers the 21st century skills, is designed to determine if learners are meeting the learning standards set forth in the K to 12 Basic Education Program. National Career Assessment Examination NCAE — an aptitude test geared towards providing information through test results for self-assessment, career awareness, and career guidance of Grade 9 students of the K to 12 Program.

Teachers shall discuss with the parents the academic progress and social behavior of their children and showcase the outputs of the learners. Policy Statement 6.

Guidelines 7. Corollary to the K to 12 goal for the holistic development of the learner, schools are encouraged to organize curricular non-classroom-based activities that involve learners such as science fairs, showcase of portfolios, trade fairs, school sports, campus journalism, festival of talents, job fairs, career orientation, and other similar activities.

Parent-Teacher Conferences shall be done every Second Saturday after the Quarterly Examinations, except on the last conference in April It will be used as a venue to apprise the parents on the performance of their children and ensure their involvement in school activities. These conferences shall be conducted alongside with the Distribution of Report Cards and conduct of curricular non-classroom-based activities where feasible and appropriate.

A year-end General Assembly is also encouraged to present the School Report Card SRC and consult the assembly on how to better achieve the vision, goals, and objectives. Deworming of children in school shall be conducted in the months of July and January Career guidance activities shall be conducted between July and November to guide Grades 9 and 10 students in making informed choices on their preferred Senior High School track.

College and middle level skills fair, job fair, business and entrepreneurship expo, and similar activities shall be conducted during the last quarter of the school year to ensure placement of Grade 12 students in their preferred curriculum exits. At the end of the Second Quarter, a semestral break for learners shall be observed to evaluate individual teachers and their collective performance, as well as to conduct the School-based In-Service Training INSET activities for their continuing professional development and for the preparation of their Instructional Materials IMs.

The Christmas break shall begin on Sunday, December 15, Classes shall resume on Monday, January 6, To ensure quality of learning, formative assessments shall be regularly conducted by the teachers. Deliberation of awards and recognition may be conducted two weeks before the graduation or moving-up ceremonies by the School Awards Committee AC for the following: a. Learners who will receive recognition and awards; and b. Learners who are candidates for graduation. In preparation for the opening of classes for the coming SY , the schools shall conduct the following activities: a.

Early Registration of learners beginning on the last Saturday of January in the schools where they wish to study, as stipulated in DepEd Order No. Brigada Eskwela date to be announced to enable the community and the school to prepare their facilities before the start of another school year. In Enclosure No.

Declared holidays and weekdays with no classes x. Monitoring and Evaluation Effectivity This Policy shall take effect immediately upon publication in the DepEd website. References D.

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Private schools may deviate from this School Calendar. However, they may not start classes earlier than the first Monday of June nor later than the last day of August, as provided in Republic Act R. Said schools should notify in advance their respective regional offices ROs regarding any deviation from the school calendar. Likewise, the guidelines shall allow the ROs and the schools division offices to provide support to schools, particularly in the areas of instruction, and progress monitoring and evaluation. Schools may observe national and local celebrations other than those indicated in Enclosure Nos. In this regard, ROs may issue a supplemental calendar to reflect their local events.

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The opening of classes shall be on Monday, June 3, and the last day shall be on Monday, March 31, with a total of school days. The different school events and activities with the number of school days per quarter are detailed in Enclosure No. Private schools may deviate from this School Calendar. However, they shall not start their classes earlier than June 3 and not later than the last day of August as provided in Republic Act RA No. Specific guidelines are provided in Enclosure No. The regional offices ROs and the division offices DOs shall provide support to the schools especially in the areas of instruction and progress monitoring and evaluation.

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Private schools may deviate from this School Calendar. However, they may not start classes earlier than the first Monday of June nor later than the last day of August, as provided in Republic Act R. Said schools should notify in advance their respective regional offices ROs regarding any deviation from the school calendar. Likewise, the guidelines shall allow the ROs and the schools division offices to provide support to schools, particularly in the areas of instruction, and progress monitoring and evaluation. Schools may observe national and local celebrations other than those indicated in Enclosure Nos. In this regard, ROs may issue a supplemental calendar to reflect their local events. To compensate for unplanned suspension of classes such as natural and manmade calamities, the Alternative Delivery Mode ADM or make-up classes are recommended to be undertaken.

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