Graduation Fee in Public Schools: NOT A REQUIREMENT

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Graduation Fee(s) in public schools is Not a Requirement. Parents and guardians should be keen in understanding that there is a school budget for that.

And wtih the release of DepEd Order 02 s. 2019 version 2, parents clamoured that the announcement was too late. Declaring JHS (Grade 10) Completion merely as a moving-up ceremony and not a graduation rites. Further, DepEd Memo 25 s. 2019 clarified that only grades 6 and 10 should hold graduation rites.

It was discovered that many parents and stakeholders were required to pay graduation fee(s) that included Grade 10 even in public schools.

In fact, under the Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) of public schools, an allocated budget is due for graduation ceremonies. Every graduating student is allocated with Php 250.00.

Hence, there is no need to require parents and guardians to pay for any graduation fee. All public schools must provide a Transparency Board on MOOE in accordance with RA9485 (Anti-Red Tape Act of 2007). In other words, the allocated Php 250.00 per student is for graduation rites expenses only.

For more information on the MOOE Allocated for each public school, please click here.

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We would also like everyone to report any violation of this to the Schools Division Offices. Reports can also be submitted through the 8888-Hotline. Please provide necessary evidences such as receipts before filing a report.

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Automated Diploma Generator: Template for SY 2018-2019

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The release of DepEd Order 02, s.2019 prompted the End of the School Year Rites for SY 2018-2019. Along with this DepEd Order are templates for the Diploma and Certificates for completer(s) in the K to 12 Curriculum. As such, we provide you with our very own Automated Diploma Generator for SY 2018-2020.

Instructions on how to use this Automated Diploma Generator is available on our YouTube Video below. Also, we would like to request everyone to keep on supporting our YouTube Channel by subscribing to it. Further, the notification bell icon will keep you updated with our uploads.

How to Use the Automated Diploma Generator?

The Automated Diploma Generator relies from your SF-5 file from the LIS. Thus, you must update your LIS Classes first before using this free template.

Remember to install the Fonts that are found in the downloaded file. These fonts will used in the Diploma/Certificate template in general.

Download Links are the following:


Kindergarten Automated Diploma Generator

Elementary Sample Certificate 2019


However, we would like to inform everyone that we have yet to receive any news for the SF5-SHS LIS. This means that there’s a high chance the SHS will be encoding their SF5 manually.

Rest assured that as soon as we receive confirmation, we’ll update this article immediately.

What type of paper dimensions and quality is desired for diplomas and certificates?

Diplomas are usually printed on parchment paper with sizes and dimension that differ depending on the school. On the other hand, certificates for kindergarten, grade 6 and grade 10 are usually printed on special paper. Either way, both paper qualities are okay.


Please check the information below for desktop applications that would benefit your tasks in school. The following information provided should greatly help you along the way.


Please visit this link if you wish to download the background music used in this tutorial.

And if you don’t have a MS Office 2019 installed in your laptop, you can check on this link to download for free.

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How to Correctly Fill-Out the NEW SF10 (formerly known as Permanent Record-F137)

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There has been some few commotions regarding the filling out of the newly released SF10, Learners Permanent Record for Elementary School and/or High School. But if you actually take a good reading on DepEd Order no. 58 s. 2017, most of the common issues and concerns has already been answered there. But to summarize all these important points, here are the things you need to remember about the New SF10:

  1. As of release, the SF10 will only be used by Grades 1 and Grade 7 this SY 2017-2018. Next year, 2018-2019, the SF10 from these grade levels will be forwarded and continued until Grade 12.
  2. The class adviser will be in-charge of filling-out the data correctly as reflected in the School Form 1 and/or the Certificate of Live Birth of each student including the required documents prior entry to the said level.
  3. Scholastic Record which pertain to the learner’s academic achievement have been sectioned accordingly where all learning areas are available across Grade 1 to Grade 6 and Grade 7 to Grade 10 for Junior High School. 
  4. Each learning area, depending on the grade level, must be encoded with the final grades of each quarter respectively. In the example below, since the learner is in grade 1, certain learning areas have no entries since it is not offered on that particular period. 
  5. If for instance the student the student transferred to another school in the middle of the School Year, the school shall create another copy of the SF10 which will be a certified true copy. This certified true copy and original SF 10 shall have annotations in the remark section pertaining to the date of Transferred Out in MM/DD/YYYY format, the name of the School the student transferred to as reflected in the LIS, and the school ID of that particular school. The Original Copy of the SF 10 will be sent to the new school and the certified true copy will remain with the originating school.
Image 4: Originating School Encoded Grades before student transfers out
  • The receiving school shall copy these grades and transfer it to the succeeding box and will continue to indicate the student grades until the End of the School Year.
  • Image 5: Sample of the Original SF10 received and completed by the receiving school
  • All final rating of each learning area in the SF10 shall be rounded to the nearest whole number along with the final general average.
  • On the back portion of the SF 10, both original and certified true copies of the document shall indicate the necessary certification of eligibility of transfer of this particular student which shall be signed by the Principal or School Head along with the date and school dry seal. 
    For those who would like to have a copy of the Sample SF10 which we used in this article, you can download it below. All data which are needed to be fill-out for the Learners’ Permanent Record are already available below.

  • Download Sample SF 10 (ES) from DepEd Drive

    Alternate Link if Above is unavailable

    Download Sample SF 10 (JHS) from DepEd Drive

    DOWNLOAD SAMPLE COMPLETED SF10 (JHS) HERE


    Read this article to know more about the Frequently Asked Questions regarding the School Form 10 which many of our teachers encounter in the field.

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    Download: Revised School Forms Prototypes for Testing (New Junior High School Forms)

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    Disclaimer:

    The following forms and prototypes are not originally coded by our developer (author) of the Integrated School Forms. However, as part of the School Forms Reengineering Team, we are uploading it here on our website so that other public school teachers may be able to test and evaluate the new forms which will be implemented this School Year 2017-2018.

    The following file prototypes are for Junior High School Forms (grades 7 to 10). The forms are downloadable and can be opened using WinRAR. If you do not know what WinRAR is, please read our previous post in the ALS-CLC Forms so that you may download the link in installing the said program.

    If you have WinRAR in your desktop or laptops, you may download it directly below. Please submit the evaluation tools you will be accomplishing from the files below. Send these evaluation tools to our facebook page or to our developer for consolidation and reporting in the DepEd Central Office for more review.

    Thank you!


    DOWNLOAD PROTOTYPE FORMS FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL (GRADE 7-10) HERE


     

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