The Department of Education (DepEd) issued DO 34, s. 2022 also known as the School Calendar and Activities for SY 2022-2023. Paragraph 33 of the said DepEd Order is about the prohibition of extra-curricular activities for SY 2022-2023.
“33. The number of school days in this DO shall solely be dedicated to academics and related co-curricular activities. The conduct of extra-curricular activities shall be strictly prohibited.” Read the DepEd Order about the prohibition of extra-curricular activities SY 2022-2023: (DO 34, s. 2022)
Meanwhile, DepEd Secretary Sara Duterte also reminded teachers to focus on teaching academics to compensate for the learning losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Nandito kami para kumustahin kayo sa pagbubukas ng ating mga classes at i-remind kayo na kailangan nakatutok tayo sa academics ng ating mga estudyante to catch up on the learning losses during the two years na hindi sila nakapag-in-person classes dahil meron talagang kaibahan ang pure online na klase at yung merong in person classes para sa ating mga learners,” Duterte said during her visit at the Don Pedro Vasquez Memorial School in Jordan, Guimaras over the weekend.
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“Ngayong taon po wala tayong Palarong Pambansa pero sa susunod na taon gumagawa sila ng draft proposal para sa Palarong Pambansa,” she said.
“Meron tayong ilalabas na department order na nagsasabing dapat co-curricular at academic activities lang ang gagawin this school year. So ang mga extra-curricular activities ay ipinag-babawal po natin,” she added.
According to her, the Deped Order will specify standards of school activities allowed for this school year.
“Nilagay na po namin doon ang listahan paano tayo mag-identify ng extra-curricular at kung paano tayo mag-identify ng co-curricular,” Duterte-Carpio said.
She also said that the education department has been communicating with the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) regarding the school construction.
“Sinabi naman po namin sa kanila, naka-ilang sulat na po si Sec. Briones. Sumulat na rin po ako sa kanila, inulit ang position ng Department of Education na ‘wag i-devolve ang constructions ng school building program sa ating mga LGUs dahil hindi pare-pareho ang kapasidad ng mg LGUs at hindi binigyan ng mandato ang mga LGUs na yung matatanggap nila na pera ay dapat ipagawa nila ng school buildings,” she explained.
“Patuloy naming kinakausap ang DBM at patuloy kaming nagre-request sa Office of the President na i-exclude ang school building program sa pagbigay nito sa mga LGUs para nandito pa rin sa Department of Education ang mga pagpapagawa ng classrooms sa lahat ng LGUs natin,” she added.
The DepEd Secretary also shared some good news to the teachers, like the creation of additional positions in the organization for the promotion of teachers and the non-monetary incentives being studied to provide more support to the teaching force as recommended by the Department of Labor and Employment.
Source: The Post
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