SDO SAN JUAN CITY CONDUCTS ORIENTATION ON THE ESSENTIALS OF BASIC EDUCATION STATISTICS
Dr. Torrecampo delivers the rationale of the activity The scenes from the two-day training during the event on LIS and EBEIS Data Management
The SDO San Juan City beefs up the consolidation and uniformity of electronic/Online data in all schools in the division by conducting the “Orientation on the Guidelines on Updating the Basic Education Statistics for the BoSY 2018-2019 in the LIS and BEIS” which was held at the Linden Suites Hotel in Ortigas, Pasig City last August 30-31, 2018.
The Training/Workshop has been participated in by the Learners’ Information System (LIS) coordinators from the 8 elementary schools and the lone secondary school in the division. The training is designed to equip the LIS coordinators on the tenets of handling the process of collecting data/information requirements for school year 2018-2019 in the Learner Information System and Enhanced Basic Education Information System as stipulated in DepEd Order No. 32, Series of 2018.
In his inspirational message, Dr. Joel T. Torrecampo, OIC-SDS of San Juan City, assessed first the needs of every school with an end to effectively and swiftly implement the objectives of the program of LIS and EBEIS. “We wanted to help you fast track the data processes in your schools in order to establish in our division a Centralized Learner Registry System in order to facilitate the accessibility, tracking and retrieval of records efficiently”, he explained.
Mr. Demie Atienza, SDO Planning Officer III and In-charge of the LIS & EBEIS, clarified the guidelines regarding the different steps and conventions in the finalization of the data as to the number of classes, learner’s data and other related matters.
Meanwhile, Dr. Felicito M. Angeo, SGOD Chief, reiterated the application of the innovative training vis-à-vis target for the school year. “The division is consistently improving its people and resources but effective delivery of these improvements to achieve customer satisfaction is the ultimate aim”, he surmised.
For her closing remarks, the indefatigable OIC of the Office of the Assistant Schools Division Superintendent, Dr. Flordelisa D. Pereyra has enjoined all participants to collaborate in trailblazing the path of excellent service by effectively rolling out strategic training/seminar like the LIS and EBEIS to their respective schools. In closing, she said, “My challenge to all of you is for the schools to have an organized data through you”.
Article written by:
Mr. Jay F. Macasieb, DEM