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DepEd LIS Important Advisory – November 23, 2015

  1. All Private Secondary Schools and SUCs can now provide and view LRN of their learners through LIS. In case a Grade 10 learner is not included in the uploaded masterlist, the duly authorized encoder shall enroll the learner through the Enrol Learner link that is accessible from the SHS Registration page.
  2. All Private schools and SUCs are now allowed to enter June 1-5 as the learners’ first date of attendance.
  3. Instructional video, manual, and infographics for SHS Registration for Public and Private Schools and for Non-LIS Registrants are available through the LIS Support page.
  4. School ID listed in SHS Registration Module in LIS refers to Senior High School ID and not the Regular Secondary School ID. The first 2 digits of SHS ID should start with 34****.
  5. Updating of enrollment (encoding of late enrollment, transferred In/Out) will ONLY be available for Grade 10 learners starting November 9, 2015.
  6. For all other grade levels, updating of enrollment (encoding of late enrollment, transferred In/Out, NLS) and correction of learners profile will resume in December 2015.
  7. Submission/Encoding of Grade 10 learners preference/s through LIS for Public and Private Schools will be available from November 9 to 29, 2015. Refer to DO 48, s. 2015 for additional details.
  8. We encourage LIS users who do not have an official DepEd email account to register through DepEd email service as this might be a requirement to validate the eligibility of the account user.
  9. Procedures for Submission of Learner Preferences for SHS for Public Schools in LIS.
  10. Procedures for Submission of Learner Preferences for SHS for Private Schools and SUCs in LIS.

Previous Update: DepEd LIS Important Advisory – November 09, 2015

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