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  • DM No. 387 s. 2022 - Call for 2022 Brigada Pagbasa Volunteers
  • AD No. 162 s. 2022 - Venue of the Division Training Workshop of the Utilization of Learning Resources in the 8 Week Raise Learning Recovery Curriculum
  • AD No. 160 s. 2022 - Corrigendum and Addendum to Division Memorandum No. 315 S. 2022 Re Division Limited Face-To-Face Tournaments in Various Sports
  • Addendum - To Division Memorandum No. 378, s. 2022 RE 2022 Division Brigada Eskela Oplan Balik Eskela Kick Off Program
  • Unnumbered Memorandum - Replacement of Teacher Participant to the Division Training Workshop on the Utilization of Learning Resources in the 8 Week Raise Learning Recovery Curriculum
  • Unnumbered Memorandum - 3-Day RASSEAE Regional Live-Out Training and Accreditation for DEBRA Officials
  • DM No. 386 s. 2022 - Division Staff Orientation and Preparatiopn of Learning Resources in the 8-Week RAISE Learning Recpvery Curriculum
  • DM No. 349 s. 2022 - Submission of the Least Learned Skills/Competencies in English
  • DM No. 348 s. 2022 - Division Orientation on the 2nd Extension of Feeding Days for the School Based Feeding Program SY 2021-2022
  • AD No. 137 s. 2022 - to Division Memorandum No. 10 s. 2022 (Division Training on Continuous Improvement
  • AD No. 136 s. 2022 - to Division Memorandum No. 140 s. 2022 re: CY 2022 Division Monitoring, Evaluation and Adjustment (DMEA) - Postponemnent of Q1-Q2Regional Monitoring, Evaluation and Adjustment (RMEA) Presentation and Conduct of Inter-SDO Validation
  • DM No. 347 s. 2022 - Production of the 1st and 2nd Podcast Based Lessons in English and Quality Assurance of SMILE Learner's Packets in English to Digital Audio Files
  • DM No. 346 s. 2022 - Planning Conferences
  • DM No. 345 s. 2022 - Division Planning Conference on the Production of Video Lesson in MAPEH
  • AD No. 134 s. 2022 - re: Honor Awards Program (HAP) and Lingkod Bayan Diaries (LBD)
  • DM No. 344 s. 2022 - Minimum Specifications for ICT Equipment to be Procured Using DEPED Funds
  • AD No. 135 s. 2022 - (Corrigendum and Addendum to Division Memorandum No. 337 s. 2022) re: Schedule of Intensive of Basketball and Volleyball Players and Team Officials
  • DM No. 343 s. 2022 - Fund Allocation for the Implementation of Progressive Expansion of Face to Face Learning Modality
  • DM No. 342 s. 2022 - Capacity Building Workshop for Federated PTA Officers on the Preparation of Dcuments for Recognition cum GAWAD PARANGAL for 2021 Brigada Eskwela/Pagbasa Best Implementing Schools, Outstanding Volunteers and Stakeholders
  • DM No. 341 s. 2022 - Division Workshop on the Production of Video Lessons in Araling Panlipunan and Social Sciences
  • DM No. 340 s. 2022 - Regional Monitoring of OPLAN sa Kalusugan (OKsaDEPED) Programs
  • DM No. 339 s. 2022 - Reorientation/Cum Video Preparations and Quality Assurance for EPP Video Lessons Planning Consultative Meeting
  • DM No. 338 s. 2022 - Implementation of the 2nd Extension of Feeding Days of the School-Based Feeding Program (SBFP) for Nutritious Food Products (NFP) and Milk Feeding (MF) for SY 2021-2022
  • DM No. 337 s. 2022 - Schedule of Intensive Practice of SDO Basketball and Volleyball Players and Team Officials in Preparation for Regional Inter-Division Tournament RASSEAE Bakbakan Cup 2022
  • DM No. 336 s. 2022 - Division Invitational Limited Face-to-Face Competition in SEPAK Takraw (Secondary Boys and Girls)
  • DM No. 335 s. 2022 - Regional Monitoring of OPLAN sa Kalusugan (OKsaDEPED) Programs
  • AD No. 131 s. 2022 - Advisory to Division Memorandum 328 s. 2022 - Competency Advancement Review for Examination (CARE) for Third-Level Aspirants
  • AD No. 130 s. 2022 - (Addendum to Division Memorandum No. 290 s. 2022) re: Meeting to EsP and Guidance Coordinators in the Preparation for the Implementation of Character Building Program
  • AD No. 129 s. 2022 - to Regional Unnumbered Memorandum re: Orientation-Workshop on the Utilization of Learning Resources in the 8-Week RAISE LRP Curriculum (Batch 2)
  • DM No. 334 s. 2022 - Schedule of Activities for the Nestle Wellness Campus Program S.Y. 2022-2023
  • DM No. 333 s. 2022 - Division Conference of the Core Teams in Preparation for the Production of Video Lessons in Science
  • AD No. 128 s. 2022 - to Division Memorandum No. 276 s. 2022 (Recruitment and Selection of Elementary and Secondary School Teachers for Teacher 1 Position (School Year 2022-2023)
  • AD No. 127 s. 2022 - re: Regional Consultative Conference for MADRASAH Education Program (MEP) in Public Schools and Private MADARIS
  • AD No. 126 s. 2022 - to Division Memorandum No. 216 s. 2022 (Conduct of Presentation Portfolio Assessment for Alternative Learning System Elementary and Junior High School Learners for School Year 2021-2022)
  • AD No. 125 s. 2022 - to Division Memorandum No. 10 s. 2022 (Division Training on Continuous Improvement)
  • AD No. 124 s. 2022 - DM No. 199 s. 2022 re: Division Training-Workshop on the Conversion of Learning Materials (SLM/LAS/SMILE LP) to Audio Files for the 2nd Quarter in Elementary and Secondary Science - Schedule and Venue
  • AD No. 123 s. 2022 - (Division Memorandum No. 304 s. 2022 re: 1st Division WINS Convention and Recognition)
  • DM No. 332 s. 2022 - Division Upskilling and Workshop for Storybook Writers
  • DM No. 331 s. 2022 - Planning Conference of the Division Association of the Secondary School Paper Advisers (DASSPA) Officers for the Division  Schools Press Conference
  • DM No. 330 s. 2022 - Participation to a Free 2-Day Virtual Boot Camp on a Development Career Education Program for Guidance Officials
  • DM No. 328 s. 2022 - Competency Advancement Review for Examination (CARE) for Third-Level Aspirants
  • DM No. 327 s. 2022 - Division Conference for the Preparation for the Forthcoming Hosting of the Regional MANCOM Meeting
  • DM No. 326 s. 2022 - Pagtiyak ng Kalidad ng mga Kontekstuwalisadong Video Lessons (Phase 2) ng Pagbasa and Pag-Asa Program
  • DM No. 325 s. 2022 - Paligsahan (National Level) Instabright Literacy Awards 2022
  • DM No. 324 s. 2022 - Results of School Reading Program Implementation Grade 5 & 8 (FILIPINO)
  • AD No. 122 s. 2022 - (Addendum to Division Memorandum No. 321 s. 2022) re: Training-Workshop on the Use of Adobe Software and Different Multimedia Tools for SDO-Catanduanes
  • AD No. 121 s. 2022 - (Addendum to Regional Memo No. 259 s. 2022) re: Division Cluster Training in Officiating on Various Events
  • AD No. 120 s. 2022 - (Addendum to Division Memorandum No. 321 s. 2022) re: Training-Workshop on the Use of Adobe Software and Different Multimedia Tools for SDO-Catanduanes
  • AD No. 119 s. 2022 - (Corrigendum and Addendum to Division Memorandum No. 295 s. 2022) re: Division Cluster Training in Officiating of Various Sports Events
  • AD No. 118 s. 2022 - (Addendum to Division Memorandum No. 318 s. 2022) re: Division Limited Face-to-Face Competition in Football and Futsal
  • DM No. 323 s. 2022 - Planning Conference on Upskilling and Workshop for Storybook Writers
  • DM No. 322 s. 2022 - Preparation for the 2022 Brigada Eskwela Implementation
Request for Publication of Vacant Positions
Bids and Awards Committee Updates
REGISTRY OF QUALIFIED APPLICANTS FOR TEACHER-I POSITION IN THE ELEMENTARY, JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL S.Y 2021-2022

Latest SDO Catanduanes Articles:

Strengthening Parent-Teacher Partnership Amidst Pandemic by: Lilibeth B. Manlangit
Catagbacan Elementary School Parent-Teacher Association Induction Ceremony was held last March 12, 2022 with the theme: “Panahon ning Pandemia:  Komunidad asin Eskwelahan Magtarabangan para sa Kaakian”. This was celebrated amidst pandemic because it is a must to strengthen partnership  between parents, teachers and other stakeholders. This is also a means to collaborate with them to help their children in understanding their progress and status in school. See More...

Embracing the New Normal in DepEd by Lilibeth B. Manlangit
Accepting challenge is not easy amidst pandemic. Two weeks before the opening of Limited Face to Face Classes, school heads, teachers, learning support aide (LSA), parents and other stakeholders are busy in the preparation of the school  following the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) Guidelines and School Safety Assesssment Tool (SSAT). The Division  Memorandum # 95, s. 2022 dated February 24, 2022, on the Conduct of Limited Face to Face Classes reiterated the start on March 7, 2022  with  86 schools in the division of Catanduanes in which Catagbacan Elementary School  is one of the schools listed compliant with the SSAT. See More...

Tibang Elementary School Partners with Philippine Statistics Authority in Community-Base Civil Registration by: Danilo C. Climaco Jr.
Tibang Elementary School partnered with the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) in a community-based civil registration as the latter marked the celebration of their 32nd Civil Registration Month February 2022 with the theme “Improving Civil Registration and Vital Statistics Implementation Strategies through Digital Transformation”. The school initiated “One- Stop Shop PSA Outreach Program” to address the increasing number of learners without birth certificates due to financial constraints. This addresses the need as such document is one of the requirements in entering Kindergarten Class. See More...

Progressive Limited Face to Face Classes on its way to Tibang Elementary School by: Danilo C. Climaco Jr.
Tibang Elementary School started its progressive limited face-to-face classes along with other 86 schools in the Schools Division of Catanduanes on March 7, 2022.
 
This limited face-to-face classes is anchored on DepEd Memorandum No. 71, s.2021 or the Preparations for the Pilot Face-to-Face Expansion and transitioning to New Normal, that all schools nationwide shall conduct a self-assessment using the School Safety Assessment Tool (SSAT). See More...

Assessment of SBM Practices: Schools Initiated Assessment for Self-Directed Improvement by: Salve T. Templo, School Principal
The implementation of the School-Based Management (SBM) is a key component of Basic Education Sector Reform (BESRA). Its objective is to decentralize educational management to improve its operating efficiency and upgrade education quality (DepEd Order No 55, s. 2011). See More...

Winning Brigade: Virac Pilot ES Brigada Eskwela Success Story by: Salve T. Templo, School Principal II
Winning is not everything, but the effort to win is.
 Generating a total of Php5,120,636.50 worth of material resources, scope of work, other donations, and man-power volunteers for physical maintenance and clean-up drives, Virac Pilot Elementary School (VPES) was hailed Brigada Eskwela Best Implementing School (Mega School Category) in the Bicol Region, March 16, 2022 at Malilipot, Albay. See More...
KADALASANG TANONG SA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (SHS)
ANO ANG SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (SHS)?
Saklaw ng Senior High School (SHS) ang huling dalawang taon ng K to 12, ang Grade 11 at Grade 12.  Sa SHS ang mga mag-aaral ay magtutungo sa isang Core Curriculum at mga Kurso sa ilalim ng kanilang napiling track.

NANGANGAHULUGAN BANG DAGDAG DALAWANG TAON ANG SHS SA HIGH SCHOOL?
Ang dagdag na dalawang taong ito ay magbibigay sa mga mag-aaral ng mga kasanayang maghahanda para sa kanilang hinaharap, maging ito man ay sa: Trabaho, Negosyo, Pagpapatuloy ng Tech-Voc Training, Kolehiyo

NANGANGAHULUGAN BA NA DAGDAG GASTOS ANG DAGDAG NA DALAWANG TAON NG HIGH SCHOOL?
Libre ang SHS sa pampublikong paaralan.  Mayroon ding Voucher Program para sa mga nagsipagtapos mula sa public junior high school at maging sa Educational Service Contracting (ESC) Beneficiaries ng mga pampribadong paaralan.

PAANO MAAAPEKTUHAN NG SHS ANG PAG-AARAL SA KOLEHIYO?
Ang SHS, bilang parte ng K to 12 Basic Curriculum, ay binuo base ng Commission on Higher Education (CHED) - ang kagawarang namamahala para sa pamantasan at unibersidad sa Pilipinas. Sinisiguro ng Senior High School na mayroong sapat na kaalaman, kakayahan at kasanayang kinakailangan pagtungtong sa kolehiyo.

PAANO MAKAKAAPEKTO ANG K TO 12 SA COLLEGE CURRICULUM?
Ang  College General Education Curriculum ay magkakaroon  ng mas kaunting units.  Ang mga kursong nakuha na sa Basic Education ay matatanggal mula sa College General Education Curriculum.  Ang mga detalye ukol sa bagong GE ay matatagpuan sa CHED Memorandum Order No. 20, series of 2013.

KAILANGAN BA TALAGA ANG SHS?  KAILANGAN BANG TUMUNGTONG SA SHS?
Oo, ito ang nakasaad sa ating Batas (RA 10533).  Simula SY 2016-2017, dapat nang sumailalim sa Grade II at 12 upang makapagtapos mula sa High School.

KUNG HINDI TUTUNGTONG SA SHS, ANONG MANGYAYARI?
Ang isang studyante sa High School na hindi tutungtong sa SHS ay magiging isang Grade 10 completer at hindi isang High School Graduate.  Ang mga Elementary Graduate ay mga mag-aaral na nakapagtapos sa Grade 6, ang mga High School Graduates naman ay mga mag-aaral na nakapagtapos sa Grade 12.

MASISIGURO BA NG SHS ANG TRABAHO PARA SA MGA GRADUATES?
Hindi masisiguro ng SHS ang trabaho NGUNIT  magbibigay ito ng mga sumusunod na oportunidad:
Malalagay ng standard requirements upang masigurong ang mga magsisipagtapos ay may sapat na kaalaman upang makapasok sa trabaho.
Maaari nang mag-apply para sa TESDA Certificate of Competency (COCs) at National Certificate (NCs) upang makapagbigay nang mas mainam na oportunidad sa trabaho.
Magbibigay ng partnership sa iba’t ibang kumpanya para sa mga kursong teknikal at bokasyonal.
Maaari nang magkaroon ng karanasan sa trabaho habang nag-aaral pa, at maaari na rin tanggapin agad ng kumpanya ang mga magsisipagtapos.
Isasama na rin ngayon ang mga entrepreneurship courses.  Dahil dito, maaari nang magtayo ng sariling negosyo pagkatapos o ipagpatuloy pa ang edukasyon hanggang kolehiyo.

SAAN MAKAKAKUHA NG IBANG IMPORMASYON UKOL SA SHS?
Maaari makakuha ng iba pang impormasyon sa www.deped.gov.ph  at sa social media accounts ng DepED.  Maari ring tanungin ang mga pinuno ng eskwelahan (pampubliko o pampribado) upang kumonekta sa DepED Division Office at tumulong mag organisa ng orientation seminars.

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