DepEd Guidelines on Enrollment for School Year 2022-2023 in the Context of the Re-Introduction of the In-person Classes

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Brigada Eskwela Vacation Service Credits

The Department of Education (DepEd), through the External Partnerships Service (EPS), shall implement the Brigada Eskwela (BE) Program in time for the preparation for the opening of classes for School Year (SY) 2022-2023 on August 22, 2022 pursuant to DepEd Order (DO) No. 034, s. 2022 titled School Calendar and Activities for the School Year 2022-2023. The different components of Brigada Eskwela Program shall be implemented starting August 1 to 26, 2022 for its Brigada Eskwela sa Paghahanda and shall continue with the year-round implementation of Brigada Eskwela Plus and Brigada Pagbasa.

Brigada Eskwela Vacation Service Credits

Teaching personnel are entitled to earn vacation service credits arising from their active involvement as member of the school Brigada Eskwela working committees and/or voluntary services in the Brigada Eskwela activities.

Teachers shall earn a one-day service credit for accumulated eight hours of services as committee member and/or volunteer in the school preparation and partnership engagement activities, but not to exceed the total of ten days’ service credits.

For further details on the granting of service credits to teachers, please refer to DO 53, s. 2003 titled Updated Guidelines on Grant of Vacation Service Credits to Teachers, particularly on Item No. 1-d sub-items d and k and Item. No. 1-f, which contain relevant provisions on the grant of service credits.

For any concern, you may contact:

Office of the Undersecretary for Legislative Affairs, External Partnerships Project Management Service and Private Education Office (OULAPPP)

AttentionExternal Partnerships Service
Telephone No.(02)8638-8637/39
Email addressexternalpartnerships@deped.gov.ph

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