Organizational Excellence requires the Department of Education (DepED) to employ strategies for its continuous improvement to better serve its stakeholders as a learner-centered public institution. Guided by this long-term vision, it is the team’s vision for DepED by 2022 to become a modern, professional, pro-active, nimble, trusted and nurturing institution delivering quality, accessible, relevant and liberating K to 12 Education enabling the learners to be nation-loving, resilient and competent lifelong learners. DepEd officials and employees at different governance levels strive to perform their mandated functions in accordance to the vision, mission, and core values. The battle cry of the DepED calls for the convergence of all governance levels as “ONE DEPED” in strategizing organizational excellence. Continue reading Strategizing Organizational Excellence as One DepED
Emergency situations are inevitable. It is just a matter of time when it will happen but it should not be a reason for our lives to stop and live in fear. We just have to prepare for it. We already know that it is coming, we need to be ready for it. Continue reading Disaster preparedness practices of schools worth emulating
MALAYBALAY CITY – Division Memorandum No. 278, s. 2018 re: Integration of Safety Measures in all Programs, Trainings, Workshops, and other Activities was released last June 21, 2018. There were three objectives of the memorandum:
- ensure that the safety of the participants are included during the planning process of an activity;
- ensure that the participants of the activities conducted in the Division know what to do, whom to call, and where to go in times of emergencies; and
- inculcate the culture of safety in the day-to-day experience of the learners, personnel, and guests of this Division.
Engr. Anianita R. Fortich, Senior Weather Specialist and the Officer-in-Charge of Mindanao Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Regional Services Division (MPRSD), during the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Talks or DRRMx said, “We are all climate criminals.” Continue reading We are climate criminals – Fortich
The brilliance and efforts of Kurt Bryan P. Salarda, Roquen O. Pabillaran, John Lloyd P. Feliciano, and Ida Lyn A. Azuelo for their research entitled Temperature and Plastic Property: Biodegradation Factors of Pseudomonas Aeruginosa on the Seven Society of the Plastic Industry – Coded Plastics, Justinne Raphaell G. Acuna, Christy G. Valle, and Ruby B. Dahilog for their research entitled Physico-chemical Analysis and Habitat Status of Dila River, CEDAR, Impalutao, Impasug-ong, Bukidnon, and Rosmend Lex V. Bongocan, Jasper Villarosa, and Barbra Joey P. Moreno for their research entitled Species Diversity and Conservation Status of Ferns and Lycophytes in the Montane Forest of Sinaburan, Imbayao, Malaybalay, Bukidnon paid off for they were invited to present their researches in the said event by no less than Ms. Ronilda R. Co, Director IV of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Service (DRRMS) of the Department.National Climate Change Conference or (NCCC) is an annual activity that started last year to increase awareness on global warming and climate change adaptation and mitigation in the Department. It is a one-day activity held during the observance of Global Warming and Climate Change Consciousness Week in the country. By the way, the Global Warming and Climate Change Consciousness Week is observed on November 19 to 25 of every year through Presidential Proclamation No. 1667, s. 2008. Continue reading BNHS students present researches during the 2nd NCCC