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NOTICE OF VACANCY📢📢

Here are the following vacant positions at the Schools Division Office of Alaminos City, as follows:

(1) Assistant School Principal II - SHS
(1) JHS Head Teacher III
- must be science major
(1) Head Teacher III Elementary
(1) Administrative Aide VI

Deadline: August 2, 2024, 5:00pm
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For your queries, requests, suggestions and other concerns regarding the enrollment for the school year 2024-2025, kindly contact or message Ms. Genelle B. Orbos, Administrative Aide VI - Admin Unit and the assigned Help Desk Officer of the day for the 2024 Oplan Balik Eskwela, through the following numbers: 099944406634. ... See MoreSee Less

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To address important concerns regarding the enrollment and the opening of school year 2024-2025 on July 29, 2024, the Schools Division Office of Alaminos City, under the strong and proactive leadership of OIC-Schools Division Superintendent, Dr. Ely S. Ubaldo, CESO VI, and Assistant Schools Division Superintendent, Dr. Wilfredo E. Sindayen, CESO VI, reactivated its Oplan Balik Eskwela (OBE) Help Desk on July 22, 2024.

Dr. Ubaldo conveyed her earnest support to the OBE task force of the Division Office and to the assigned OBE help desk officers who will be serving on July 22 to August 02, 2024 to answer queries and concerns related to the opening of classes and to help in disseminating to the public the various DepEd policies, programs, projects and activities to ensure the safe return of the learners in schools.

OBE is an annual initiative of DepEd organized by the Public Affairs Service through the Communications Division and the Public Assistance Action Center. OBE aims to address challenges and answer queries, requests, suggestions and complaints which are commonly encountered at the start of the school year. Also, it aims to engage all education stakeholders from different organizations and sectors to ensure the smooth and safe opening of the school year for all learners. (DMGO)
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SDO AC LAUNCHES BRIGADA ESKWELA BY HONORING STAKEHOLDERS
by Jayreen M. Racraquin

The Schools Division Office of Alaminos City, under the proactive leadership of Dr. Ely S. Ubaldo, CESO VI, OIC-Schools Division Superintendent, and Dr. Wilfredo E. Sindayen, Assistant Schools Division Superintendent, formally launched the 2024 Brigada Eskwela during the Division Kick-Off held at Tangcarang Elementary, School, Brgy. Tangcarang, Alaminos City, July 22, 2024.

The event, which marks the beginning of the week-long activity, started with a motorcade from the Division Office to the kick-off venue, shows the unity and collaboration among the school heads, teachers, local government leaders, and stakeholders to commence the physical preparation of public schools for the school year 2024-2025.

Leading the activity was Dr. Ubaldo, who highlighted the significance of collaboration among all education stakeholders to ensure the efficient delivery of quality basic education in all public schools. She also emphasized that the Brigada Eskwela is a testament to the spirit of bayanihan and cooperation of all community members, and highlighted that when parents, teachers, students, and the whole community come together, it will create a nurturing learning environment where education thrives.

To show the full support of the Local Government Unit of Alaminos City, City Mayor, Hon. Arth Bryan C. Celeste, who was ably represented by City Councilor, Atty. Walter M. Macaiba, also graced the program, along with City Vice Mayor, Hon. Jan Marionne R. Fontelera, who was ably represented by Ms. Kathryn Ochave. In his message on behalf of Hon. Celeste, Atty. Macaiba reiterated that the LGU will always be a reliable partner to the educational programs, projects, and activities of the Division. Likewise, Atty. Macaiba also revealed that LGU-Alaminos City has earmarked more funds in support of these initiatives.

Meanwhile, the members of the Hundred Islands Masonic Lodge also extended their support by donating and distributing school supplies to select learners of Tangcarang ES.

As a way of showing gratitude, the Division Office has awarded plaques and certificates of recognition to all its stakeholders, especially to the host barangay led by Punong Barangay, Engr. Allan C. Soriano, along with Parent Teachers Association (PTA) of Tangcarang ES, for their support in hosting the kick-off ceremony. Moreover, uniformed personnel from the Philippine National Police (PNP), Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), and Bureau Jail Management and Penology (BJMP), were also recognized for their active participation.

Also present during the activity were Dr. Arturo R. Viray, Chief Education Supervisor - SGOD, Ms. Rosalie R. Sarmiento, Administrative Officer V, Dr. Miguel G. Gellado, Education Program Supervisor - SGOD, Mr. Leomar C. Abarra, Senior Education Program Specialist - SMME w/ SMN, Mr. Mario D. Rantayo, Education Program Specialist II - SMME w/ SMN, Mrs. Emelyn Razote, Principal I and the entire teaching force of Tangcarang ES, other division office personnel, school heads, teachers, and private stakeholders.

The Brigada Eskwela, also known as the National Schools Maintenance Week, is a nationwide initiative of the Department of Education. It involves the voluntary participation of different sectors to help clean, repair, and prepare public schools for the opening of classes.
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