|HB Oplan Balik Eskwela Information and Action Center|
The Quezon City Government has set up the HB Balik Eskwela Information and Action Center at the Quezon City Hall lobby starting June 4, 2012 in support the Oplan Balik Eskwela of the Department of Education. This will serve as help desk to accomodate concerns, complaints and other problems commonly encountered during the opening of classes.
For more information contact the following:
Quezon City Local School Board: Landline - 4447272 local 8132, Cellphone - 09055003231
Division of City Schools QC: Landline - 4550343, 3526809, 3680902;
For police assistance, QCPD is also making available the cellphones issued to the 12 QCPD station commanders (click for details)
QC IS READY FOR SCHOOL OPENING
All is set for the opening of classes in public elementary and high school in Quezon City, the division of city schools has reported to Mayor Herbert M. Bautista that the division had already addressed the reported classroom congestion and enrollment overflow especially at the high school level.
It was revealed that 16 new classrooms in Batasan High School which were funded by the national government can be utilized starting on June 4, 2012. The said classrooms can accommodate 3,000 students.
Batasan High School, Commonwealth High School, Holy Spirit National High School, Justice Cecilia Munoz Palma High School and the Judge Feliciano Belmonte Jr. High School are also ready to formally implement the alternative delivery modalities/intervention program such as open high school program, home study program and alternative learning system, which were all recommended by the Department of Education (DepEd).
"All alternative delivery modalities/intervention programs are now in place in five high schools in District II, which were earlier reported with overflow enrollees. Teachers were already trained to use the modules and instructional materials which they had already been provided," according to QC Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Betty Cavo.
She also expressed the appreciation of parents and teachers to the support of Mayor Bautista for approving the honoraria of teachers who underwent training for the alternative delivery modalities/intervention program.
In Payatas area, the excess enrollees at Payatas B Elementary School and Lupang Pangako Elementary School will be accommodated at Payatas C Elementary School.
Two mobile classrooms at President Corazon C. Aquino Elementary School were also set-up to be utilized this school year until the completion of a new four-storey 24-classroom school building there.
All public elementary and high schools adhere to the Department of Education memorandum of "no collection policy" during enrollment.