Provides modular instruction to indigent students.
Covers academic and vocational subjects designed to prepare them for gainful employment.
Project Re-Entry Agenda for the Poor (REAP)
Utilizes modular instruction as an alternative to regular formal schooling extended to house helps and those who are deprived of opportunities to take up formal classes.
Provides experiences which develop the learner’s ability to engage in productive or gainful work.
Engineering and Science Education Program
Offers a curriculum placing importance in mathematics and the sciences, as well as research.
Equips students with scientific and technological knowledge, skills and attitudes to become productive partners in the development of the community and society.
Technical-Vocational Education Program (TVEP)
Seeks to provide early training for labor skills, particularly on machine works, trade, agriculture, information technology, among others.
Prepares high school students for college or to enable them to work in various industries.
Special Program for Sports (SPS)
Institutionalizes a program that will identify / discover students with potential sports talents and train them for higher levels of athletic competitions.
Offers a four year secondary curriculum patterned after that of a regular high school, with specialization in sports.
The Special Program in the Arts (SPA)
Aims to develop students with special inclination to music, visual arts, theater arts, creative writing, media arts and dance.
Offers a comprehensive secondary education centered in the arts, covering a range of art forms and disciplines.
Special Program in Journalism (SPJ)
Strengthens free and responsible journalism in secondary school.
Develops the learners’ skills in mass communication, print, online and broadcast media. Its main focus is primarily on writing as a process and as an art.
Promotes a spirit of camaraderie, cooperation and commitment of youth to contribute to the common good, national unity and progress.
Special Program in Foreign Languages (SPFL)
Develops students’ skills in listening, reading, writing, speaking and viewing as fundamental to acquiring communicative competence in a second foreign language.
Prepares students for meaningful interaction in a linguistic and culturally diverse global workplace.
Develops their understanding and appreciation of other peoples’ culture.
IV. NON-FORMAL EDUCATION
ALS (Alternative Learning System)
Provides an alternative pathway of learning to out-of-school youth and adults to gain reading, writing and numeracy skills.
Develops various literacy programs and activities to provide numerous lessons which serve as valuable inputs in improving the current and subsequent literacy programs in the country.
Emphasizes the need to develop non-formal literacy and continuing education programs especially to meet the educational needs of the poor and underserved communities.
Mobile Teacher Program (MTP)
Serves the needs of school children in distant and difficult-to-reach barangays or when not enough teachers are available in the area.
NFE Accreditation and Equivalency (A&E) Program
Provides equivalency for learning experiences of school leavers and accredits the same for completion of elementary or secondary level.
V. SPECIAL EDUCATION
Expansion Program for SPED Classes
Organizes more SPED Centers which cater to children with specific needs.
The programs aims to:
Support children with special needs integrate in regular schools;
Develop their maximum potential to enable them to become self-reliant;
Provide them with appropriate learning kits/teaching materials; and
Assess / evaluate their performance regularly.
Other programs for pupil / student development:
Mathematics Teachers Association of the Philippines (MTAP)
Saturday Program of Excellence in Mathematics, an eight Saturday program for regular students from Grades 3to 6 and First to Fourth Year.
Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge from Grades 1 to 6 up to the Division Orals but only for Grades 5 and 6 and First to Fourth Year at the regional and national levels; gives recognition to bright students in Mathematics and motivates these students to strive for excellence.
Program of Excellence
Sets activities that enhance skills and knowledge acquisition of fast learners in Mathematics.
Creates special classes to improve the performance of slow learners in English and Mathematics.
VI. STAFF DEVELOPMENT
Training Programs / Summer Institutes
Establishes a continuing program for teaching and non-teaching personnel and for all DCS-QC officials at all levels.
Creates opportunities for the development of personnel skills, talents and values.
Improves public service through comprehensive training and development plan based on periodic assessment of the Division’s organizational needs.
Professional Meetings / Conferences
Encourages attendance at and participation in monthly professional meetings and conferences.
Organizes professional activities to enhance and maximize professional growth and promotion in the service.
Awards recognition and credit to the successful completion of workshops, development or education course / program.
Study Grant / Scholarship / Fellowship
Ensures that opportunities for professional growth and development in priority subject areas are equitably availed of by deserving teachers or non-teaching personnel.
VII. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
Encourages curriculum development activities to further attune classroom teaching to the Secondary Education Curriculum 2010 (SEC 2010).
Text & Teach Proqram
Utilizes various communication technologies to access video-taped lessons in Science in coordination with various agencies ang NGOs.
Modular lnstruction package
Prepares modules in all subject areas in both
elementary and secondary levels for the use of all
schools in the Division.
VIII. INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT MATERIALS
Makes use of the computer in the production of
audio-visual aids in teaching.
DCS-QC Website Proiect
Establishes an lnformalion Technology Center (lTC)
which is designed to systematize/computerize the
various information/communication systems and
processes in all the offices/schools of the Division.
TV-Assisted lnstruction Program
Employs television as a toolfor learning.
Patronizes educational shows endorsed by the
Department of Education such as Knowledge
Channel's lessons in the different subject areas.
IX. SPORTS AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT
Cultural/Sports Training Program
Maintains and continuing training program in physical fitness, gymnastic, individual and team sports.
Forms special interest groups: dance, theatre, drama, choir, drum, bugle, rondalla and the like.
Raises the level of sports/cultural awareness and appreciation among school children and assist them to develop sports/musical talents.
Sponsors SPED Olympics for special school children.
X. OTHER PRIORITY THRUSTS
HB Schools Feeding Programs
Identifies moderately to severely malnourished schools children needing immediate care and attention.
Conduct supplemental feeding.
Offers post high school scholarships to deserving students.
Supports youth empowerment in coordination with community-based and barangay leadership programs.
Anti-Drug Abuse Project
Helps the city government to battle the peddling and abuse of dangerous drugs, as well as in the prevention and control through education campaigns.
HB CENTER FOR EXECELLENCE (CENTREX)
To establish a multi-purpose e-facility that will function primarily as a training and research center for all Quezon City’s 4th year public high school students and personnel in the Division of City School.
To come up with the individuals in the various phases of IT through the integration on multi-media facilities, networking and the use of high-level applications.
To build a community that will bring-state-of-the-art IT opportunities to all students and other trainees.
To equip the student with job-ready skills within a short period of time and make them ready for future endeavors.
To provide training programs.
To provide supplemental IT education in this facility to all 4th year public school students.
To make all 4th year students IT ready for future endeavors.
To maximize the City’s IT investments by creating a facility with multiple utilization opportunities, primarily by students and teachers of the City.
To provide job-ready skills within a short period of time.
To provide programs that can develop the participant’s level of IT competency and can raise the quality of productivity
To offer IT services in various phases of systems development such as system analysis and design, programming, implementation.
To provide enhancement program not only for the teachers and students of Quezon City public schools but also to all its constituents as well.
To develop a database that can be the source of future information requirements such as student endorsement to colleges, reference for job replacement.
To provide different and extensive training program necessary for the growth of all trainees to keep them abreast with today’s technology.
To employ a variety of tried and tested training delivery methods to ensure accomplishment of learning objectives.
Livelihood Skills Training and
NFE A & E Literacy Learning Sessions
Libreng Pag-aaral Handog ni Mayor Herbert “Bistek” Bautista
“In QC we make your dreams come true.”
NO TUITION FEE!!! 4 Months Training
Background and Rationale
True to the commitment of the Mayor of Quezon City, Honorable Feliciano R. Belmonte Jr., to provide access to quality basic education specifically to the depressed, deprived and underserved communities; the Q.C. NEGOTECH was established in coordination with the Division Office of Quezon City. It is hoped that the Out of Schools Youths (OSY), unemployed, and underemployed of Tatalon and other deprived communities will benefit from this project.
Short-term livelihood courses are being offered in the center to make the clients employable with three months. This will make the clients tax payers and not tax eaters. Unemployed will be solved; peace and order will prevail in the community in the long run.
General Entry Requirements:
No age Limit
Basically literate (Elementary school graduate or have finished at least 2nd year high school)
High School Card / Form 137 (Original and Photocopy)