National Teachers’ Month to kick off in Initao, Misamis Oriental
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, September 6, 2019 – The national celebration of the National Teachers’ Month (NTM) will kick off at the Initao National Comprehensive High School (INCHS), Initao, Misamis Oriental, on September 9.
Part one of the kickoff is a caravan at 8:00 a.m. from the Libertad National High School (LNHS) all the way to INCHS for part two, the opening program.
As a prelude, a production number will be given by the select INCHS teachers who will lead the crowd in dancing to the music of “celebration,” after which Joel C. Flores of the Manticao National High School (MNHS) will render a song number titled “Magsimula Ka.”
The opening numbers will be followed by the entrance of colors; the Philippine National Anthem and invocation by the Local Government Unit (LGU) of Initao Chorale; and the regional and Misamis Oriental hymns by INCHS Amihan-Sidlakan Dance Troupe; with a special number from the select Special Program for the Arts (SPA) students of Misamis Oriental General Comprehensive High School (MOGCHS).
DepEd honors teachers on National Teachers’ Month celebration
PASIG CITY, September 6, 2019 – The Department of Education (DepEd) continuously recognizes the significant role of teachers in educating the Filipino children through the National Teachers’ Month (NTM) starting September 5, and its culmination on October 5 in celebration of the National Teachers’ Day (NTD) and World Teachers’ Day (WTD).
This year’s theme, “Gurong Pilipino: Handa sa Makabagong Pagbabago,” stresses the crucial role, loyal service, and dedicated commitment of teachers in developing globally minded citizens, nurturing families, strengthening communities, and building the nation.
“The NTM is a great avenue to honor those who are in the teaching profession and to express gratitude for the positive influence of teachers on Filipino learners,” DepEd Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones stated.
NorMin eyes top spots in NSPC ‘20
The teacher-journalists grip their cellular phones to document the lecture-presentation of Marvin M. Enderes, award-winning school paper adviser, during the regional training in school papering at Manolo Fortich National High School, Bukidnon, on August 11-12.
BUKIDNON, August 11, 2019─Fuelled by a formula of passion, wit, and solid training, the teacher-journalists in Region X are now poised for success toward notching top spots in the NSPC 2020 tilts.
The participants took inspiration from the gained winning writing styles during the intensive training in school papering entitled “The Writing Styles of Champions” at Manolo Fortich National High School, Bukidnon, on August 11-12.
Taking the lead in offering Region X the appropriate training in school paper management, Dr. Angelina B. Buaron, Region X’s journalism coordinator, spearheaded the regional training facilitated by Mr. Marvin M. Enderes to 156 school paper advisers coming from the 14 divisions of the region.
Published: 21 July 2019
Finance Division facilitates regional workshop
The participants listen to the inspirational message of Regional Director Arturo B. Bayocot during the regional workshop facilitated by the Finance Division (FD) at Mallberry Suites Business Hotel, on July 8-12, 2019.
The Finance Division (FD) of the Regional Office (RO) spearheaded the Regional Workshop on the Reconciliation of Accounts and the Preparation of CY 2019 Midyear Financial Reports.
Held at the Mallberry Suites Business Hotel, on July 8-12, 2019, the regional workshop was hosted by the Division of Misamis Oriental under the leadership of Schools Division Superintendent Randolph B. Tortola.
The activity was participated in by the regional office/divisional accountants and budget officers, select financial staff responsible for the preparation and submission of the required reports, and bookkeepers of the 39 secondary Implementing Units (IUs).
Gracing the occasion on the second day was Regional Director Arturo B. Bayocot who stressed in his inspirational message the importance of achieving balance between career and the home.
“Learn to balance work and life. True success lies not only on how you excellently perform your work but also being able to bring your success with your family,” Bayocot said.
Meanwhile, FD Chief Administrative Officer Mary Ann D. Neri gave updates on the recent issuances of the Department and also facilitated a forum on financial operations.
Further discussed were topics like additional provisions on the guidelines on the FY 2018 Release and Utilization of TVL Funds, Amendment to Policies and Guidelines on Overtime Services, Revised Implementing Guidelines on the Direct Release, Use, Monitoring, and Reporting of MOOE Allocation of Schools, and Implementing Guidelines on the Utilization of Program Support Funds to Alternative Learning System.
Completing the regional workshop was the Schools Division Offices’ (SDOs) full compliance with the required submission of accurate midyear financial reports, which the FD was able to facilitate with its strict implementation of the “No Submission-No Certificate of Appearance Policy.”│ Riza Jean D. Baulo