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DepEd LIS Learner Enrollment Survey (LES) Quick Count Facility for MLESF

The Department of Education (DepEd) releases the Modified Learner Enrollment and Survey Form (MLESF) for SY 2021-2022 for incoming Kindergarten Learners, Grades 1-12 Learners, Transferee, Balik-Aral Enrollees, and ALS Enrollees.

The DepEd LIS Learner Enrollment Survey (LES) Quick Count Facility for MLESF is available for encoding starting August 12, 2021, until September 12, 2021.

  • This facility is available to all sectors: Public, Private, and SLUCs.
    • Private and SLUCs can still access the facility without setting the calendar.
  • Only one answer is required, just select one (1) applicable combination if more than one combination is appropriate.
  • The total column must be equaled with the number of respondents per grade Level (validation apply).
  • Total column per grade level must not exceed to 5,000.
  • Maximum of 5,000 only per each text box is accepted.
  • If value is more than 5,000, data will automatically revert to 5,000.
  • Total columns will be automatically highlighted if not equal to other tables.
  • Legends for each table are available for easy reference.
  • In the Father/Mother/Guardian Highest Educational Attainment table, only the highest attainment among the three shall be encoded in the table.
  • Only School Head and System Admin can access this facility.
  • Private and SLUCs can still access the facility without setting the calendar.

Step-by-Step Guide on How to Access Learner Enrollment Survey (Les) Quick Count Facility for MLESF

Access the LIS using the School Head or the School System Admin account.

Once logged in, click the LES Quick Count tab.

Fill up the Quick Count Tables.

Click Save.

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