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News | May 28, 2020
LEARN ANYTIME, ANYWHERE

KEONA RUTH DE GUZMAN ROMERO
Grade 8 Student & English Journalist

The term “eLearning” was first introduced in 1999, but more accurate words were used; for instance, “online learning” and “virtual learning”. Though the term had just been introduced in the 20th century, it is said that the essence and principles of eLearning has dated back to the 19th century, meaning early forms of eLearning has been used then. eLearning without the use of the internet was conducted through sending mail and tutors, until the early 2000s. But now, eLearning is a program where (typically) students learn through electronic media, such as phones, tablets, laptops, computers, etc. Students use a platform, usually Google Classrooms or a platform developed by the school. With the use of their email or username and password (provided by the school), students can access their account to see announcements, activities/projects, assessments and can also contact their teacher with the messaging feature.

With the hard work of the advocates of eLearning: Dr. Elizabeth E. Quesada and Mr. Joseph T. Santos, members of the Technical Working Group and the selected Faculty Members, eLearning in the City of Marikina was implemented in 2013. The following year, Jesus Dela Peña National High School was established as the Center for eLearning. For 7 years, JDPNHS has been promoting the use of eLearning, making their students disciplined when it comes to time management and independent learning. Even when absent on face-to-face classes, students may access the things they have missed. They can also see their future topics, meaning they can study in advance, making their time at home even more productive.

The eLearning Program really helped me figure out my schedule at home. The program helped me manage my time well. It also helped me do at home the things that I couldn’t in school. I get to finish activities that would take a while to finish. I have access to materials that would be hard to get when in school, and I can take my time in finishing projects.

Due to COVID-19, we are to stay quarantined at home, and limit our time outside to avoid being infected by the said virus, making eLearning or “online learning” a big help for teachers and students. As an eLearner for 2 years now, I got used to the program, so having online classes isn’t that big of a change for me and my fellow Jesus Dela Peñans.

News | March 19, 2020
PROGRAMANG ELEARNING, MALAKING TULONG SA EDUKASYON SA PANAHON NG COVID-19
Nina Whengcel R. Lunag at Julliah Trixie Sancho

Kilala ang Mataas na Paaralang Pambansa ng Jesus Dela Peña na sentro ng eLearning sa buong Sangay ng Marikina. Gumagamit ang programang ito ng tinatawag na eLearning Platform na ginagamit ng mga mag-aaral upang maka-access sa mga aralin at pagsusulit na ginagawa ng kanilang mga eguro.

Dahil sa programang ito, ang mga mag-aaral ay patuloy na nakapag-aaral kahit wala sila sa paaralan. Sa tulong nito, mas napalalawak ang kaalaman gamit ang iba pang mga “learning portals” na inirerekomenda ng Kagawaran ng Edukasyon para sa malalim na pagkatuto ng mga aralin.

Layon ng eLearning na makapag-aral ang mga eLearner sa kanilang mga tahanan gamit ang elektronikong modyul na dinisenyo at ginawa ng mga piling guro sa Sangay ng Marikina.

Ilan pa sa mga tampok ng eLearning Platform ay ang mga sumusunod:

  • Chat - maihahalintulad ito sa isang pangkaraniwang “message app” tulad ng Facebook Messenger. Ginagamit ito ng mga elearner bilang daluyan ng komuniksyon sa kanilang mga eguro at kapuwa mag-aaral.
  • Discussion - Ginagamit ito upang magkaroon ng isang malayang talakayan ang buong klase gamit ang isang chatroom na kasama ang kanilang guro. Maihahalintulad ito sa pangkaraniwang “Group Chat” ng mga kilalang social media platform.
  • Assessment - matapos ang pag-aaral ng elektronikong modyul, ginagamit ito para sa pagtataya ng natamong pagkatuto ng mga mag-aaral.
  • Announcement - may dalawang uri ng announcement sa loob ng platform. Una ay ang General Announcement, ito ay pinangangasiwaan ng “Platform Administrator, School Principal, Supervisor” ng paaralan. At ang pangalawa naman ay mula sa anunsyo ng mga eguro para sa paglalathala ng kanilang bagong aralin.

Malaking bagay para sa mga mag-aaral at guro ang ganitong uri ng programa sapagkat mas mabilis, mas magaan, at mas malawak ang pagtuturo ng mga guro at pagkatuto naman para sa mga mag-aaral. Sa ngayon, itinuturing ang programang eLearning na pinakamainam na paraan sa ugnayan ng guro at ng kaniyang mag-aaral para sa tuloy-tuloy na pag-aaral.

Dahil sa dumaraming kaso ng Corona Virus o CoVid-19 sa bansa, ang buong Luzon ay nasa ilalim ngayon ng tinatawag na "Enhanced Community Quarantine" kung saan ang lahat ng mamamayan ay inaabisuhan na huwag lumabas ng kanilang mga tahanan maliban sa mga “essential workers” tulad ng mga polis, sundalo, medical workers, at iba pa na may kaugnayan sa pagpapaigting ng kaligtasan at kaayusan sa bansa.

Dahil dito, ang mga paaralan ay agarang nagsagawa ng mga "online activities", "online learning" o mas kilala sa tawag na "eLearning" gamit ang mga social media platform upang makatupad sa “School Calendar” ng DepEd. Sa ngayon, ito ang nakikitang solusyon ng Kagawaran ng Edukasyon upang magpatuloy at patuloy ang mga mag-aaral sa kanilang pag-aaral.

Sa kasalukuyan, wala pang nakaaalam kung hanggang kailan matatapos ang krisis na kinahaharap natin at ng buong mundo sa banta ng CoViD-19 ngunit sa programang ito ay hindi mapapatid ang paghakbang ng mga kabataan tungo sa kanilang mga pangarap bilang mga “life-long learner”.

Sa sitwasyong ito, malaki ang maitutulong ng programang eLearning sa mga mag-aaral na Pilipino dahil ang programang ito ay may adbokasiyang, “Learn Anytime, Anywhere”.

News | March 12, 2020
MARIKEÑO, NAGKAKAISA KONTRA COVID-19
Ni Whengcel R. Lunag

Mula nang kinumpirma ng punong lungsod, Mayor Marcelino “Marcy” R. Teodoro ang kauna-unahang kaso ng NCOV o COVID-19 sa lungsod ng Marikina, maraming Marikeño ang naalarma at natakot sa banta ng sakit na ito. Sa kabila ng mga pangamba, mabilis namang umaksyon ang pamunuan ng Marikina upang mapanatiling ligtas at panatag ang bawat mamamayan.

Agad na nagsuspinde ng klase upang magbigay daan sa “massive disinfection activity” upang makontrol ang pagdami ng mga apektado sa nasabing virus. Mahigpit na ipinagbabawal ni Mayor Marcy ang mga pagtitipon o assembly, pagpunta sa mga “high-touch areas”, at “places of convergence”.

Bago pa man sumingaw ang isyung ito, ang Mataas na Paaralang Pambasa ng Jesus Dela Peña ay nagsasagawa na ng flushing at clean up drive tuwing Biyernes upang mapanatiling malinisin at ligtas ang paaralan sa anumang uri ng sakit.

Mahigpit ding ipinapaalala ng mga guro at pamunuan ng paaralan ang pagbabawal sa mga pangkatang gawain at pag-eensayo sa labas ng paaralan. Inaabisuhan ang lahat na manatili na lamang sa kanilang mga tahanan at mag-aral gamit ang eLearning Platform.

Sa kabila ng pangmalawakang paglilinis at pag-disinfect na isinasagawa ng pamahalaang lokal, ang mainam na gawin ng bawat isa ay ang maigting na pag-iingat, pagkain ng masusustansiyang pagkain, pagsunod sa mga panuntunan ng pamahalaang lokal at ang pagdarasal para sa kaligtasan ng lahat.

Ani nga ni Mayor Marcy,
“HINDI TAYO MATATALO NG NCOV-19 DAHIL TULONG TULONG TAYO.”

News | March 11, 2020
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

OFFICIAL STATEMENT

DepEd Adopts Social Distancing Measures for Remainder of School Year

PASIG CITY, March 10, 2020 – At its meeting held this afternoon, the Executive Committee of the Department of Education (DepEd) discussed the implementation of the school suspension in the National Capital Region (NCR), and its broader options in light of the latest developments and information on COVID-19, as well as its assessment of the remaining school requirements for the year.

School Year 2019-2020 is already about to end. The 4th Quarter Examinations for the graduating levels of Grades 6 and 12 are scheduled per the School Calendar on March 12-13, 2020. This is already this coming Thursday and Friday. On the other hand, the 4th Quarter Examinations for all other grade levels are scheduled on March 19-20, 2020, which is already Thursday and Friday next week. Our feedback from the field is that the essential competencies specified in the curriculum are expected to have been covered.

On the public health side, we are informed of the new confirmations that indicate local transmission and possible community transmission. The suspension of classes in NCR, as advised by the expert panel of the Department of Health (DOH) and decided by the President upon recommendation of the Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID), constitutes a social distancing measure intended to mitigate or slow down community transmission.

Given the above considerations, the DepEd Executive Committee adopted the following directives to the field for all DepEd schools:

  • In NCR, considering the class suspension directed by the President for March 10 to 14, all teachers with the supervision of the Regional, Schools Division and School officials, shall schedule all remaining 4th Quarter Examinations in the week of March 16 to 20 on a staggered basis to reduce the number of students in the school per day. Teachers shall communicate with their students on pointers for review for examination and may opt to work from home. Students shall come to school next week (March 16 to 20) on the day of their respective examination schedules.
  • Outside NCR, all teachers shall use the next three days (March 11 to 13) for any 4th Quarter Examinations already scheduled, or to catch up with all remaining class requirements, and to schedule all remaining 4th Quarter Examinations for the week of March 16 to 20 on similar staggered basis. Students shall come to school next week (March 16 to 20) on the day of their respective examination schedules.
  • After the 4th Quarter Examinations have been taken, any further school requirements shall as far as practicable be done as home-based assignments. Any compelling need to come to school shall observe all applicable COVID-19 precautions.

Should the public health situation prevent coming to school as outlined above, the Department shall issue a guideline for the evaluation of the final grades of all learners.

On moving up and graduation rites, each school shall have the discretion to elect the date for the holding of their rites within the week of April 13-17, 2020 taking into consideration the applicable guidelines by the DOH, and to conduct the same consistent with the DOH guidelines on mass gatherings. Should the public health situation prevent the holding of the graduation and moving up rites within the said week, the schools, in consultation with the PTA leadership, may choose to reschedule or forego the holding of graduation and moving up rites.

Private schools in the basic education level are highly encouraged to adopt the above guidelines for the remaining period of the school year.

Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones reiterates that this social distancing measure for schools will only be effective if students, parents, and the local governments will do their part in ensuring that students avoid places like malls, movie houses, markets, and similar crowded places.

DepEd will continue to closely monitor the situation and shall continue to take informed, coordinated and proportionate decisions, in close consultation with DOH and other members of the IATF, to contribute to meeting the challenge of containing and managing COVID-19.

- Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones

Source: DepEd Philippines

News | February 11, 2020
“JESUS DELA PEÑAN, MAY UGALING MATAPAT”
Ni Julliah Trixie Sancho

Ang pagiging matapat ay isa sa magandang ugali na marapat taglayin ng isang tao. Sabi nga, “Ang pagsasama ng matapat ay pagsasama ng maluwat”, mula ritoý nakabubuo tayo ng isang mabuting ugnayan sa kapuwa at kumunidad na tiyak na mayroon ang mga mamamayan ng lungsod ng Marikina.

Ang Lungsod ng Marikina, sa pangunguna ni Mayor Marcelino R. Teodoro ay naglalayong mapanatili ang pagkakaroon ng mabuting ugali ng mga Marikeño mula sa kampanyang #DisiplinaMuna.

Isa sa mga paaralan na maipagmamalaki ng Lungsod ng Marikina ay ang Jesus Dela Peña National High School na kinilala sa pagkakaroon ng mga mag-aaral na may mabuting ugali. At isa na rito ay ang pagpapamalas ng katapatan.

Hindi lamang basta binabanggit ng mga mag-aaral ang katagang, “Ako ay Jesus Dela Peñan, Ako ay Matapat” sa tuwing babati bagkus ay pinapangatawanan din nila ito.

Isa sa mga programang ng paaralan mula sa Project Smile ay ang #JDPUgalingMatapat. Tampok dito ang programang "Lost and Found" na sa tuwing may gamit na nawawala o kaya naman ay nakikita, agad itong dinadala sa Guidance Office at agarang binibigyan ng aksyon upang maipabatid sa lahat ang bagay na natagpuan gamit ang Facebook Group ng paaralan.

Ilan sa mga bagay na madalas na naiuulat at nakikita ay ang cellphone (tulad ng Adroid Phone at Iphone), pera (mula P20.00 hanggang P1,000.00) at pitaka. Ang mga naiulat na nawawala ay pawang mga nadadampot sa mga palikuran at kantina ng paaralan.

Ayon kay kay Bb. Flerida Venzon, gurong-tagapatnubay, “lubhang napakaganda ng salitang katapatan, mula rito ay nakalalaya tayo sa anumang bagay na bumabagabag sa atin at isang karangalan na makahubog ng mga mag-aaral na may mabuting ugali. Kaya’t ang mga guro at ang mga tagapamahala ng ating paaralan ay labis na natutuwa sa katapatang mayroon ang mga mag-aaral at humihiling na sanaý maipagpatuloy ang kaugaliang ito sa loob man o labas ng paaralan.”

Samakatuwid, nagpapatunay lamang ito na ang mga programa ng pamahalaang lungsod ng Marikina ay isinasabuhay at patuloy na pinaiiral dahil ang bawat Jesus Dela Peñan ay taga Marikina at may mabuting ugali.

Headlines | March 11, 2020
PAG-IINGAT LABAN SA COVID-19

Read more.. marikina.gov.ph

Headlines | March 11, 2020
PALARONG PAMBANSA SA MARIKINA KANSELADO NA

Inanunsyo ni Mayor Marcy Teodoro ang pagpapaliban ng Palarong Pambansa kasunod ng pagkumpirma ng unang kaso ng coronavirus disease (COVID-19) sa lungsod. Ang pagkansela sa taunang palaro ay pag-iingat sa paglaganap ng COVID-19.

Read more.. marikina.gov.ph

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JDPNHS Enrolled Students as of
May 31, 2020
Grade 7 70
Grade 8 76
Grade 9
Computer Systems Servicing 45
Illustration 19
Visual Graphics Design 10
Technical Drafting 32
Total 108
Grade 10
Computer Systems Servicing 45
Illustration 17
Visual Graphics Design 41
Technical Drafting 32
Total 136
Grade 11
Computer Programming 27
2D Animation 13
Total 41
Grade 12
Computer Programming 29
2D Animation 11
Total 41
GRAND TOTAL 480
JDPNHS ALS eLearners
SY 2020-2021
Elementary
District I 11
District II 0
TOTAL 11
Secondary
District I 163
District II 57
TOTAL 220
JDPNHS eLearners
SY 2020-2021
Grade 7
Grade 8
Grade 9
Grade 10
TOTAL
MSHS eLearners
SY 2020-2021
Grade 7
Grade 8
Grade 9
Grade 10
TOTAL
Continuous Advocacy Campaign and Enrollment

The Division Office conducts continuous advocacy campaigns and programs to disseminate the information to the field and at the same time to attract future enrollees. The two implementing schools post tarpaulins of the eLearning program at their facade. The class advisers discuss the program to the parents during Parents - Teachers Conference (PTC) or in any event or activity of the school if given a chance. This is to sustain the enrollment and to ensure maximum participation of the stakeholders for the success of the eLearning program.

The administrators are looking for partners who believe in the project and who can help support the financial need of the program.

This Office is looking forward to implement this program up to Senior High School.

Project Benefits
The eLearning program:
  • provides learning opportunities to teachers and learners “anytime”, “anywhere”.
  • prepares teachers and learners for the knowledge-based economy.
  • offers opportunities to teachers and learners to indulge in ICT integration in the teaching and learning process.
  • allows teachers and learners to cope with the fast-changing technology.
  • equips teachers with the necessary knowledge and skills in ICT.
  • helps students to save money, time and effort in going to school.
Admission
eLearning Enrollment Process
  • Fill out application form
  • Entrance examination
  • Interview
  • Final enlistment
Qualification and Retention
Jesus Dela Peña National High School
  • With at least 80% general average
Marikina Science High School
  • Passed the admission test
  • With at least 85% general average
Guidelines on Retention(MARISCI)
  1. Maintain an average grade of 85%
  2. With at least 83% of grade for add-ons
eLearning Center
JESUS DELA PEÑA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Address: L. Victorino St., Jesus Dela Peña, Marikina City
Tel. #: 358-57-90
Contact Person: JANE ETHEL S. DAVID, eLearning Coordinator

MARIKINA SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL
Address: Chanyungco St., Sta. Elena, Marikina City
Tel. #: 369-74-88/647-94-57
Contact Person: EFREN R. MANZANO, eLearning Coordinator
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Technical Support
sdo.elearning@gmail.com

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