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Col. E. De Leon Elementary School 136761-Pqc joins the National Learning Camp 2023 Tara Na! Learning Camp Tayo! See you Campers! #NationalLearningCamp2023 #DepEdMATATAG #BansangMakabataBatangMakabansa
EARLY REGISTRATION for S.Y.2024-2025
mula January 27 hanggang February 23, 2024
Bilang paghahanda sa pagbubukas ng School Year 2024-2025, ang Col. E. De Leon Elementary School 136761-Pqc ay magsasagawa ng “Early Registration.” Inaanyayahan ang mga magulang na magpalista:
📌 KINDERGARTEN : Mga batang limang (5 )taong gulang sa o bago mag September 30 ,2024.( DepEd Order No.27 s.2016 /DepEd Order No.20 s 2018)
📌 GRADE 1 : Mga batang nkapagtapos ng Kindergarten sa S.Y. 2023-2024 ( Mga batang Kindergarten ngayon)
📌TRANSFEREES: Mga batang mula Grade 2 – Grade 6 na nagnanais lumipat.
📌BALIK-ARAL: Mga batang nagnanais bumalik sa pag – aaral.
MGA DOKUMENTO NA KAILANGANG ISUMITE:
📌KINDERGARTEN and GRADE 1
– Photocopy ng PSA Birth Certificate
– No PSA Birth Certificate : Magpasa ng Photocopy ng alinman sa mga sumusunod:
– NSO Birth Certificate/Local Live Birth/Barangay Certification/ Late Registration Form
📌GRADE 1
– ECD Checklist
-Report Card
📌Ang mag – aaral naman mula Grade 2 hanggang Grde 6 ay considered ng pre-registered.
ON-SITE ENROLMENT:
📍Kumuha/Magfill-up ng enrolment form sa paaralan.
📍Mangyari lamang na makipag-ugnayan sa Col. E. De Leon Elementary School 136761-Pqc para sa Early Registration.
📍Para po sa inyong katanungan ay maaari pong tumawag,magtext at magmessage sa ating mga Focal Persons.
📌Ms. Dores O. Arcilla
Kindergarten Chairman
Contact Number: 09773767835
📌Ms. Rosievic S. Gorillo
Grade1 Chairman
Contact Number: 0960 612-8279
📌Col. E. De Leon Elementary School
Contact Number : 8-403-39-19
Congratulations to Ma’am Daisy C. Nacario on her nomination in the Search for the Most Outstanding Teacher in the Division of Parañaque City! It’s a fantastic recognition of her exceptional contributions to education. Additionally, being awarded as the Col. E. De Leon Elementary School 136761-Pqc Most Outstanding Teacher is a testament to her dedication and outstanding performance within the school community.
Ma’am Daisy’s passion for teaching, dedication to her students, and commitment to excellence make her a true inspiration for everyone around her. We appreciate her hard work and the positive impact she has had on the school.
 
📣 Be part of the Department of Education’s 236,000 Trees – A Christmas Gift for Children on December 6, 2023!
Simultaneous tree-planting activities are scheduled for this day, with the active involvement of all public schools in this vital environmental endeavor.
DepEd presents this initiative as a meaningful gift, dedicated to ensuring a clean and green environment for Filipino children and the generations to follow.
Don’t forget to share your live videos, reels, and photos of your tree-planting activities on December 6 using the hashtags #depedxmastrees .
“Join hands, spread smiles, and build a better tomorrow through education. Together, let’s make Brigada Eskwela a resounding success!”
BRIGADA ESKWELA 2023
Simula ngayong Agosto 14 – 19 , 2023, 08:00 ng umaga.
Makilahok at makibahagi sa mga programang ihahanda ng ating paaralan para sa pagsisimula ng klase!
Para sa mga impormasyon at iba pang katungan ay maaaring magmensahe sa aming page at sa mga numero na nasa ibaba:
Dr. Susan J. Corro
Prinicipal II
09667333547
Mrs. Mary Jean C. Gutierrez
Brigada Eskwela Coordinator
09424940462
Ms. Marissa E. Cayabyab
Adopt-a-School Coordinator
09759683196
Ano pang hinihintay ninyo?
Tara na at Maki-Brigada Eskwela Na!

School Enrollment is now ongoing!

Mahirap magkasakit sa panahon ngayon lalo na kung ang mga bata ang nakakaramdam nito.
Alamin kung ano ang HFMD, mga pamamaraan ng pagkalat, palatandaan at sintomas, at maging ang pag-iwas at pagkontrol nito.
Agad na magpakonsulta sa pinakamalapit na HEALTH CENTER sa inyong LUGAR / BARANGAY kapag nakakaramdam ng alinman sa sintomas.

upcoming activities

August 29, 2023

Opening of Classes

September 5-October 5, 2023

 National Teachers’ Month
October 26-27,2023 First Quarter Examination

 

enrolment status

Updated as of september 2023

 

Male

Female

Total

Kinder

101124225

Grade 1

143

120

263

Grade 2

150

145

295

Grade 3

122

131

253

Grade 4

135

108

243

Grade 5

136

122

258

Grade 6

152

127

289

TOTAL

939

887

1826

ALS – MALE: 1 FEMALE: 1  TOTAL: 2

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Congratulations to Col. E. De Leon Elementary School for the outstanding achievement of earning a coveted 3-star rating in the WASH in School (WinS) program, recognized by DepEd NCR. This remarkable success would not have been possible without the exceptional leadership of our dear principal Dr. Susan J. Corro, the dedication of WINS Coordinator Arlene M. Nebres, and the hard work and support of the entire CEDLES teaching and non-teaching staff. Your collective efforts have created a safe, hygienic, and nurturing educational environment for students, setting a shining example for schools in the region. Thank you for your unwavering commitment to education and well-being.
“LIMITLESS” is the official school newspaper of Col. E. De Leon Elementary School. The school newspaper provides a platform for teachers and students to showcase their skills while exploring and promoting writing, and publication.
 
It is essential to keep connected through the news in this age of social isolation, and it is the duty of these student journalists to bridge the gap between online life and typical educational life of these learners.
 
To view the soft copy, you can use the following link.
 
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  • MID – YEAR INSET PUSHES THROUGH IN CEDLES – Lucille T. Mendez
    MID – YEAR INSET PUSHES THROUGH IN CEDLES                    While the students were on semestral break, the teaching force of Col. E. De Leon Elementary School used this valuable time on worthwhile pursuit by  conducting its mid – year In Service Training (INSET) for teachers on January 24-25 and 28-30, 2023 as stipulated in DepEd continue reading : MID – YEAR INSET PUSHES THROUGH IN CEDLES – Lucille T. Mendez
  • “PAGBASA :Pag-asa sa Matatag na Kinabukasan”
    “PAGBASA :Pag-asa sa Matatag na Kinabukasan”                                                         November is National Reading Month, a celebration that encourages reading for all learners. As we celebrate the value of reading, Col. E. continue reading : “PAGBASA :Pag-asa sa Matatag na Kinabukasan”
  • CHILDRENS MONTH CELEBRATION PROMOTES FILIPINO VALUES
    Childrens Month Celebration promotes Filipino Values Col. E. De Leon Elementary School celebrated two important events in November: Filipino Values Month and National Childrens Month.  November is designated as “Filipino Values Month” in accordance with Proclamation No. 479, which was issued on October 7, 1994. The celebration aims to raise national awareness and moral awakening continue reading : CHILDRENS MONTH CELEBRATION PROMOTES FILIPINO VALUES
  • CEDLES celebrates Filipino Values Month
    CEDLES celebrates Filipino Values Month        On November 20, 2023 Col. E. De Leon Elementary School celebrated the Filipino Values Month with the theme: “MATATAG na  Edukasyon, MATATAG na Karakter Moral: Kaakibat  ng Magandang Kinabukasan ng Bawat Pilipino. Held annually in November, it aims to recognize different values that are remarkably and emphatically continue reading : CEDLES celebrates Filipino Values Month
  • <strong>CEDLES MIDYEAR P.I.R. for SY 2022- 2023</strong>
    CEDLES MIDYEAR P.I.R. for SY 2022- 2023 Program Implementation Review (PIR) is an activity to review, assess, and evaluate programs, projects, and services to ascertain the level of their implementation and impact. Col. E. De Leon Elementary School conducted PIR on December 16, 2022, to determine whether the school’s Programs, Projects and Activities (PPAs) had continue reading : CEDLES MIDYEAR P.I.R. for SY 2022- 2023
  • <strong>Project CEDLES MTs: Content Enrichment Directing to Level Up and Enhance Skills in Mathematics Teachers</strong>
    Project CEDLES MTs: Content Enrichment Directing to Level Up and Enhance Skills in Mathematics Teachers         Mathematics plays a crucial role in the modern world. It has connection in science, technology, business, and society. Knowledge of math not only makes life easier by enabling you to navigate through daily life but also continue reading : Project CEDLES MTs: Content Enrichment Directing to Level Up and Enhance Skills in Mathematics Teachers
For many years, climate change has been a problem, and it is only getting worse. Climate change is already affecting our planet in ways we can’t imagine. Global temperatures are rising, and rainfall patterns are shifting in unimaginable ways. The primary cause of our planet’s terrible consequences is pollution.It is a blessing that we can always take a stand to combat climate change. It is our responsibility to fight these dreadful changes and protect the environment for generations to come. It is up to us to save the environment.You can help the environment and save it by doing the following:
Ways to help:
1. Make Your Commute Green
2. Be More Conservative with Energy Usage
3. Recycle
4. Educate Yourself and Others
5. Save Electricity
6. Plant more trees
 
#Be RICEponsible
“Be RICEponsible” ating hinihikayat ang bawat isa na maging responsable at tandaan ang ABKD.
A – Adlay, mais, saba, atbp. ay ihalo sa kanin
B – Brown rice ay kainin
K – Kanin ay huwag sayangin
D – Dapat bigas ng Pilipinas ang bilhin
Malaki ang kahalagahan ng puno sa ating kapaligiran at kalikasan. Ang pagtatanim ng puno ay kasama sa mga solusyon upang labanan ang climate change. Batid ng lahat na ang mga puno tulad ng bungang kahoy ay pinangagalingan ng pagkain at ang mga puno rin ay ginagawang tirahan ng mga ibon at ng ibat-ibang uri ng hayop at insekto.
Kung isa ka sa mga taong nais na magkaroon ng malinis, maayos, luntian, mahalaman at mapuno ang kapaligiran ay dapat nagkakasundo ang bawat isa, maiwasan ang masamang polusyon at mabigyan ng malinis na hangin ang mga bata, bakit hindi pairalin ang tamang eco-friendly attitude o ang mapangalagaan ang kapaligiran sa pamamagitan ng pagtatanim ng tamang mga halaman at gawing luntian ang buong komunidad.
 
Halika na, Tayo’y Magtanim na!
 

TEACHER’S PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EXHIBITED IN CEDLES’ MIDYEAR IN-SERVICE TRAINING

Education is dynamic. It is continually evolving with the times and needs of each learner that is why In-Service Training (INSET) has been considered crucial to the continuing and further developing the skills of the teachers professionally to provide quality teaching and learning in the classroom. As much as teachers would also like to take a much-needed rest like their students, the mid-year break is used for a greater purpose:  as opportunity to enhance their competencies.

               With reference to DepEd Order No. 34, s. 2022 titled “School Calendar and Activities for the School Year 2022-2023, the Midyear In-Service Training was scheduled on February 6-10, 2023. The five-day mid-year break was spent in the conduct of the Midyear Performance Review and Evaluation. The first two days was focused on the performance review and evaluation of each teacher to determine his strength and weaknesses to improve in his work. Furthermore, it is also used to assess the progress in the implementation of the school’s various programs, projects, and activities. Col E. De Leon Elementary School (CEDLES) has six active programs: Project RAISE, TOUCH, DRIVE, IMATH, HUB and ELITE which are manned by different coordinators with their members. Together, they presented each projects’ mid-year accomplishments.  The last three days was devoted to the conduct of important school-based activities such as lectures and preparation of instructional materials.

             The matrix of activities of CEDLES is anchored on the identified training and development needs which is the result of the Electronic Self-Assessment Tool (eSAT) of the teachers and the priority indicators for the School Year 2022-2023. The topics discussed were the following: Test Construction, Action Research, Social Emotional Learning, Socio-Economic Learning, Basic First Aid, Learning and Development, teaching MAPEH and Preparation of Instructional Materials. Some of the resource speakers were home-based while some were sourced not just from SDO Parañaque but outside the division. They are the following: Dr. Edwin S. Doria, Dr. Leah Sudsakorn, Dr. Lucila Cruz, Eiselle Rose P. Pablo, Amalia R. Miranda, Jescyl A. Oserin and Armilene Mendoza.

             Throughout the duration of the training the Human Resource Development Team of the division were deployed to monitor the conduct of the activities.

             As an educator, there is no such thing as “We are done with studying!” For them learning is a continuous process to promote professional improvement, to be involved in participative and collaborative learning and to keep them abreast of new knowledge. Truly, they are at the center of any advancement effort in the educational system. Growth and development of teachers equals increased capacity of the students to learn. As the adage says, “You cannot teach, what you do not know.

-LUCILLE T. MENDEZ

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