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Guidelines on Enrollment for SY 2022-2023

Guidelines on Enrollment for SY 2022-2023


Guidelines on Enrollment for SY 2022-2023 – The Department of Education (DepEd) issued DepEd Order No. 035, S. 2022 titled “GUIDELINES ON ENROLLMENT FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2022-2023 IN THE CONTEXT OF RE-INTRODUCTION OF THE IN-PERSON CLASSES”. Attached to the said order is the New Enhanced Basic Education Enrollment Form for SY 2022-2023 (Annex 1) and the Alternative Learning System Modified ALS Enrollment Form – AF2 (Annex 2). Get the free downloadable copies below:

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GUIDELINES ON ENROLLMENT FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2022-2023 IN THE CONTEXT OF RE-INTRODUCTION OF THE IN-PERSON CLASSES

DepEd ORDER No. 035, S.2022

To:

Undersecretaries

Assistant Secretaries



Minister, Basic, Higher, and Technical Education, BARMM

Bureau and Service Directors



Regional Directors

Schools Division Superintendents Public and Private School Heads



All Others Concerned

1. In preparation for the opening of School Year (SY) 2022-2023 on August 22, 2022, and in consideration of the easing of mobility restrictions, the Department of Education (DepEd) will be implementing the enhanced enrollment procedures that are reflective of the current health and safety situation in the country for SY 2022-2023. Consistent with DepEd Order (DO) No. 034, s. 2022 or the School Calendar and Activities for the School Year 2022-2023, the enrollment shall begin on July 25 to August 22, 2022.

2. In this light, DepEd issues the enclosed enhanced policy guidelines restoring the in-person enrollment as provided in DO 003, s. 2018 and providing options for remote enrollment through various means that adhere to the minimum health and safety standards promulgated by the national government.

3. These enhanced enrollment guidelines shall guide learners, parents, legal guardians, and teachers in the enrollment procedures for Kindergarten, Elementary, Junior High School, and Senior High School, including Alternative Learning System (ALS), for SY 2022-2023. State/Local Universities and Colleges (SUCS/LUCs) offering basic education and private schools are encouraged to adopt this policy to their specific contexts.



4. These guidelines shall govern the SY 2022-2023 enrollment. For this purpose, provisions of DO 003, s. 2018 on the eligibility and documentary requirements, registration, tagging, and enrollment recording protocols shall remain in effect.

 5. These guidelines shall be posted at the DepEd website and certified copies of this Order shall be registered with the University of the Philippines Law Center-Office of the National Administrative Register (UP LC-ONAR), UP Diliman, Quezon City. 6. For more information, please contact the Planning Service-Education Management

Information System Division, Department of Education Central Office, DepEd Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City through email at ps.emisdideped.gov.ph.

7. Immediate dissemination of and strict compliance with this Order is directed.

SARA Z. DUTERTE 

Vice President and Secretary

Here are the downloadable files attached to DepEd Order No. 35, S. 2022. Download the New Enhanced Enrollment Form for SY 2022-2023 from the link below:

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New Enhanced Enrollment Form for SY 2022-2023 – (Enhanced BEEF)Download
Guidelines of Enrollment for SY 2022-2023 (DO No. 034, S. 2022)Download

FAQ Regarding the Guidelines on Enrollment for SY 2022-2023

For clarifications and questions, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions below:

Guidelines in the Conduct of General Enrollment

As we return to the regular classes and remove blended learning from the school system, a new set of policy guidelines for Basic Education Enrollment will be released.

Nevertheless, because the policy mentioned above has not yet been released, it would be beneficial to familiarize ourselves with the current approach and the normal processes involved in enrollment.

Conduct of General Enrollment and Date of First Attendance

(Source: DO 03 s. 2018 or Basic Education Enrollment Policy)

Public elementary and secondary school officials, SDOS and ROS in collaboration with the local officials of the community shall ensure that pre-registered learners shall report to public school on the first day of classes.

A week before the opening of classes, the school shall post the respective class/section assignment of the learners. This shall ensure that the learners will be guided in their respective classes.

Learners who are not pre-registered must proceed to the enrollment desk located in the principal’s office, guidance office, or any designated strategic location in the school for enrollment and subsequent placement in a specific section.

Enrollment in public schools nationwide will begin on Monday, July 25 and will end on August 22, according to DepEd Order 034 s 2022 or the DepEd School Calendar and Activities for School Year (SY) 2022-2023.

During the enrollment period, teachers are still on vacation.

However, teachers may be required to report and render services on days without classes in the exigency of public service.

Equivalent vacation service credits, in accordance with DepEd Order No. 53, s. 2003, shall be given to teachers required to report for work.

“Exigency of public service” refers to “a situation where service is urgently needed, and where any delay in its execution and delivery will adversely affect the outcome of the service to clients and its effective and efficient delivery.”

In such cases, requests to require the attendance of public school teachers during vacation must satisfy the following conditions:

1) A letter-request is submitted their school head to his/her respective SDO;

2) Sufficient justification is provided to establish that exigency of public service exists; and

3) The request is duly approved by the Schools Division Superintendent (SDS).

Who will facilitate the enrollment if teachers are not mandated to report to school during vacation?

Teachers may be required to report to school provided that there is a memo that states they are entitled to service credit/s equivalent to the number of day/s served.

Teaching personnel with approved written requests for the enrollment will be allowed to report.

As mentioned in the
DepEd Order No. 03 s. 2018 Basic Education Enrollment Policy enrollment desks are located in the principal’s office, guidance office, or any designated strategic location in the school for enrollment.

Equivalent vacation service credits, in accordance with DepEd Order No. 53, s. 2003, shall be given to teachers required to report for work.

“Exigency of public service” refers to “a situation where service is urgently needed, and where any delay in its execution and delivery will adversely affect the outcome of the service to clients and its effective and efficient delivery.”

In such cases, requests to require the attendance of public school teachers during vacation must satisfy the following conditions:

1) A letter-request is submittedtheir school head to his/her respective SDO;

2) Sufficient justification is provided to establish that exigency of public service exists; and

3) The request is duly approved by the Schools Division Superintendent (SDS).

Who will facilitate the enrollment if teachers are not mandated report to school for the enrollment?

Teachers may be required to report to school provided that there is a memo that states they are entitled to service credit/s equivalent to the number of day/s served.

As mentioned in the DepEd Order No. 03 s. 2018 Basic Education Enrollment Policy enrollment desks are located in the principal’s office, guidance office, or any designated strategic location in the school for enrollment.

The SDO SDS of Cotabato through a Division Memorandum (DM) said “enrollment activities from July 25 to August 12, 2022 shall be facilitated by the school heads and non-teaching staff only.”

“With the current school break, it shall allow teachers to unwind, relax, and restore a sense of balance in their lives. It will allow them to go back to the classrooms with renewed passion and enthusiasm,’ said memo.

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