Department of Education - Davao City Division - DepEd Davao

DepEd Davao City Division launched Oplan Kalusugan (OK) sa DepEd PDF Print E-mail

altIn close collaboration with the Department of Health, the City Government of Davao, and various stakeholders, the Department of Education Davao City Division launched Oplan Kalusugan (OK) sa DepEd on July 9, 2018 at Don Juan dela Cruz Central Elementary School, Toril, Davao City. This new health flagship program of DepEd aims to promote and provide all learners and DepEd personnel with holistic school health program towards better learning.

Participated by Division personnel, Public Schools District Supervisors (PSDSs), Cluster Heads, teachers and parents, the launching ceremony officially started with an orientation, headed by Dr. Ritchelle S. Aresco, Medical Officer III. Dr. Aresco emphasized on the health and nutrition services for public school learners, as well as the basic medical care to support DepEd personnel. PSDS Ava Marie P. Santiago and School Principal Jayreen P. Pabi welcomed the participants and extended their appreciation for the opportunity given to Don Juan dela Cruz Elementary School to host such an important activity. The support of teachers and the PTA officers and members significantly contributed to the success of the activity.

Teresita F. del Valle, PhD, Division Chief, a representative of the Schools Division Superintendent Maria Ines C. Asuncion, CESO V, reminded the participants about the week-long activities set in relation to OK sa DepEd. The Weekly Iron Folic Acid Supplementation kicked-off on July 10, 2018 at F. Bangoy NHS. Nutrition Month and National School Deworming was launched on July 11 and 12, 2018 at Lower Tamugan NHS and F. Bangoy CES. The OK sa DepEd Culmination was conducted on July 13, 2018 at the Davao City National High School.

Barangay Captain Lilibeth Al-ag, City Councilor Avegayle Dalodo - Ortiz Omalza, and Vice Mayor Bernard Al-ag also graced the event, and expressed their commitment to maximize and sustain opportunities for the success of health and nutrition service delivery.

During the program launching, the learners of Don Juan del Cruz were provided with dental kits while being entertained with Dr. Rabbit of the Colgate Philippines. Finally, a symbolic pledge of commitment by Deped personnel, public officials and various stakeholders ensured the event’s success.alt

Learners of Don Juan dela Cruz gladly receives dental kits from Colgate Philippines.

DepEd Davao City and Davao Light and Power Co. turnover Electrical Laboratory Facility to Vicenta C. Nograles National High School PDF Print E-mail

altThe Department of Education – Davao City Division and the Davao Light and Power Co. (DLPC) turned over an Electrical Laboratory Facility to Vicente C. Nograles National High School on July 6, 2018.

Schools Division Superintendent Maria Ines C. Asuncion, CESO V expressed her gratitude to DLPC, the School Principal Redilon S. Morales and the teachers, who have thoughtfully worked for the completion of the project. Engr. Rodger S. Velasco, Exec. Vice President and Fermin P. Edillon, Community Relations Manager of DLPC commit to sustain partnership with the Department of Education – Davao City Division by establishing more Skills Training Facilities in public senior high schools.

The presence of Hon. Karlo Alexei B. Nograles, Hon. Jericho Jonas B. Nograles, Hon. Rolando Trajera, and Hon. Allan L. Linao during the turnover ceremony significantly gave impact to DepEd’s main goal that is to provide safe, inclusive and effective learning environments for all learners.

altProject e.Lab (Electrical Laboratory) is an Electrical Installation and Maintenance (EIM) skills training facility installed in public high schools for the TechVoc Strand of K to 12

Coordination Conference for 2019 DAVRAA and Palarong Pambansa PDF Print E-mail

altDepEd Davao City Division held a coordination conference in relation to the 2019 hosting of Davao Regional Athletic Association (DAVRAA) and Palarong Pambansa. The Schools Division Superintendent Maria Ines Asuncion, CESO V and City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, duly represented by Atty. Lawrence Batinding, Asst. City Administrator led the planning for the upcoming sports events. City Sports Coordinator Michael Aportodera together with key officers from the City GSO Inspection Division, City Engineers Office, and DepEd Division Sports Committee discussed on the procurement updates for the necessary sports supplies and equipment.


altProject INNOTeach, a partnership with the University of Southeastern Philippines,  is one of the countless efforts of the Department of Education Davao City Division in addressing the challenges of the 21st century teaching and learning.

Mack Arthur Gamayot, Senior Education Program Specialist, Emmie Cabanlit, EdD., INNOTeach Project Leader, and some faculty of USEP conducted coaching to school researchers last June 27 , 2018 at My Hotel, Davao City. The expertise in research of Reynaldo M. Nogodula, EdD.,OIC- Dean of the College of Education and Lindy C. Lulab , EdD., Associate Professor V also gave impact in leading the changes in school and classroom practices through action research.

The action research by Paulino S. Angga, a teacher of Davao City Special School, entitled Improving the Learning Behavior of a Student Mainstreamed in the Regular Class Through 360- Degree Strategy was appreciated by the research panel. The study was evaluated to be simple yet relevant.

With greater accountability, the Schools Division Superintendent Maria Ines C. Asuncion, CESO V firmly believes that it is critical that schools have leaders who are equipped to improve teaching and learning through research-based plans and decisions.

This activity is supported by the City Government of Davao through the Special Education Fund (SEF).

2017 Rules on Administrative Cases in the Civil Service (2017 RACCS) and Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management (PRIME-HRM) PDF Print E-mail

titleIn the pursuit for integrity and commitment to excellence in public service, the Department of Education – Davao City Division has been conducting a series of seminar on the 2017 Rules on Administrative Cases in the Civil Service (2017 RACCS) and Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management (PRIME-HRM) for employees in the Division and the School Administrators in the public elementary and secondary schools. This initiative responds to the challenge of the Schools Division Superintendent Maria Ines C. Asuncion, CESO V to all DepEd employees to aim for transparency, accountability, effectiveness and efficiency in governance. title

During the seminar, Davao City Field Office Director Minda G. Ostique emphasized on PRIME-HRM as a mechanism that empowers government agencies through the development of human resource management competencies, systems, and practices towards excellence. In addition, employees were reminded of the eight (8) Norms of Conduct under Republic Act 6713, namely, Commitment to Public Service, Professionalism, Justness and Sincerity, Political Neutrality, Responsiveness to the Public, Nationalism and Patriotism, Commitment to Democracy, and Simplicity, as standards of personal conduct in the discharge and execution of official duties

The resource speakers from the Civil Service Commission (CSC) Region XI discussed the procedures on disciplinary and non-disciplinary administrative cases in detail.  Moreover, salient provisions of the 2017 RACCS pertaining to complaints in Sexual Harassment cases were also part of the lecture.

Furthermore, the presence of the CSC Regional Directors Adam D. Torres and Cyril-Nathan SM. Eamiguel during the open forum was significant in ensuring participant’s comprehensive grasp of learning from the topics.

The series of seminar started on May and runs until July 2018.

Efforts to strengthen International Partnerships with the Japan Philippines Volunteer Association (JPVA) PDF Print E-mail

altAlong with the efforts to strengthen international partnerships, the Department of Education - Davao City Division started an initial agreement with the Japan Philippines Volunteer Association (JPVA) last June 18, 2018. JPVA President Hiromitsu Hashimoto and Schools Division Superintendent Maria Ines C. Asuncion, CESO V led the planning for the upcoming activities for the Senior High School Students in Marilog District. Also joined by Division Supervisors Marilyn Marcelo and Marcelo Roco; School Heads Raul Cabilogan, Mirasol Fabuna and Francisco Reynaldo; Engr. Christian Lloyd Rosario and the Project Coordinator Ms. Kanako Takahashi, the group agreed to further strengthen the shared responsibility for education in public schools.


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