2. The K to 12 curriculum in the
Philippines covers Kindergarten and
12 years of basic education. The
program aims to provide sufficient
time for mastery of concepts and
skills, develop lifelong learners,
and prepare graduates for tertiary
3. Grades 7 to 10
Students in Grades 7 to 10 of K to 12 curriculum in
the Philippines will experience an enhanced, context-
based, and spiral progression-learning curriculum with
the following subject:
Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao (EsP)
Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE)
4. Time Allotment/Learning Areas/Year Level
Junior High School
Subjects/Year Level Number of Minutes per week
G7 G8 G9 G10
1. Filipino 240 240 240 240
2. English 300 300 300 300
3. Mathematics 300 300 300 300
4. Science 300 300 300 360
1. Araling Panlipunan 240 240 240 240
2. Tech & Livelihood Educ 240 240 240 240
3. Music,Arts,PE, Health 240 240 240 240
4. Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao 120 120 120 120
5. COMPUTATION OF GRADES
SUBJECT AREA PERFORMAN
40% 40% 20%
ENGLISH/FILIPINO 50% 30% 20%
TLE/MAPEH 60% 20% 20%
50% 30% 20%
6. Grades 11-12 (Senior High)
Core curriculum of K to 12
curriculum in the Philippines will
be taught, along with a Specific
Track chosen by the student.
7. A. Core Curriculum
There are seven learning areas under the Core
8. Subjects include:
•Reading and writing
•Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Filipino
•21st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World
•Contemporary Philippine Arts from the Regions
•Media and Information Literacy
•Statistics and Probability
•Earth and Life Science
•Introduction to Philosophy of the Human Person/Pambungad sa
Pilosopiya ng Tao
•Physical Education and Health
•Personal Development/Pansariling Kaunlaran
•Earth Science (instead of Earth and life science for those in the STEM
•Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction (taken instead of Physical
science for those in the STEM strand)
9. B. Specific Tracks
Accountancy, Business & Management (ABM)
Humanities & Social Sciences (HUMSS)
Home Economics- G11 ( Cookery NCII) sa G11
1st sem Bread & Pastry Production NC II/ 2nd
sem Food and Beverage Services NCII
ICT-Computer Systems Servicing NCII
Industrial Arts-Electrical Installation and
10. Senior High School
Subjects Number of Hours per Semester
Grade 11 Grade 12
1st Sem 2nd Sem 1st Sem 2nd Sem
Core Subjects 500 420 260 20
Applied Subjects 80 240 240
Specialized Subjects 160 160 160 240
11. Selection of Honors
GOLD – the student will be given Gold medal if she/he got a
general average of 98-100 % (Highest Honors)
SILVER - the student will be given Silver medal if she/he got a
general average of 95-97 %(High Honors)
BRONZE - the student will be given Bronze0 medal if she/he
got a general average of 90-94 %(with Honors)
Note: Honor students may come from any section per grade
12. Code of Discipline
1. School Uniform
-Boys should wear white polo patch on the left
pocket, worn with plain white undershirt,
black long pants of any material except denims
and plain black leather shoes with white
- Girls should wear blouse with necktie with
patch on left collar, checkered skirt and plain
black shoes with plain white socks.
13. - P.E. uniform should consists of white/violet/blue jogging
pants, gray shirts and rubber shoes, it should wear on
scheduled day and/ or any school function as may be
-Boys and girls should observe proper grooming.
-Boys should maintain 2x3 clean-cut, no fancy hair
style, length not touching collar of polo shirt nor
ears, while bald haircut are not permitted
- No make-up, long nails, or artificial colored hair and
14. 3. Jewelry/Accessories
- Wearing of jewelry is generally discouraged.
-Tattoos, body paints, anklets, and
fashionable accessories are not permitted
-No earrings for boys,or ear piercing for girls
-No dangling, long, big, colored earrings for
15. 3. Identification (ID)
- Student ID is worn and displayed at all times in the
school beginning entrance, and also during outside
school activities and function.
-Lost ID must be reported to the Principal’s
Office/Adviser/Guidance Office by the student
with excuse letter from parent/guardian.
NOTE:Replacement of the lost ID will be paid by the
16. 3. Mobile phone/Speakers
Bringing mobile phones or speakers is
not necessary unless urgently needed in
subject area or any activities. They should
be responsible for their belongings.
17. 5. Bell/Ring Signals
- The regular rings in the school and their meanings:
• FIRST BELL (Students proceed to the line area)
• SECOND BELL ( Students stop talking and
maintain the silence)
• THIRD BELL ( Start of Flag Ceremony)
18. 1.Morning Ceremony/ Assembly
1.Everyday the bell ring at 6:45 for the assembly
2.Assigned Grade level students must proceed to their respective area
for the flag ceremony , prayer and announcement of reminders. The
rest of the students will be in their rooms.
3.The students will proceed to their classroom in order
4. Schedule of the assembly will be announce every week
19. 2. Tardiness/Absences
- Tardiness means arrival after the first bell/ring which is 6:45 everyday.
- Late / absent students who present excuse slip signed by the parents/
not later than the following day whether or not tardiness/absences is
considered EXCUSE: the slip is presented to the concerned subject
teachers for initial and submitted to the class advisers.
- Medical certificate is to be attached to the excuse slip if absence is
due to sickness of three days or more.
- Students suffering from sore eyes, chicken pox and similar
contagious diseases should stay home and will not go to school
until the duration of ailment as advised by the doctor.
20. - A student must not incur total absences of 40 days, or more
than 20% of the required school days, whichever is higher.
- Tardiness/absence during school activities on Saturday or
Sunday as prescribed are considered regular school days.
- Absent student should inquire from classmates about the
lessons and assignments taken up/given during absence.
- For excused absences student must see his/her subject
teachers for the missed lesson and quizzes/examination
- The class secretary records tardiness and absences
- Utilize excuse slip
21. Cutting Classes/Skipping school
A student is considered to have cut a class / classes if she/ he:
a. Is known to be on campus but is not in the classroom during
a class period.
b. Is not in the classroom ten (10) minutes after the schedule
time, unless have important matter with the teachers or
The number of times a student has cut classes shall be
counted and reflected in his attendance record.
If the student is habitually doing the act , disciplinary measures
may be given.
22. 3. Holidays / Suspension of Classes
- No classes on announced non-working holidays and
signal no. 2 typhoons for the province of Laguna.
(Executive Order No.66 s,2012)
Section 1.“When signal No. 2 is raised by PAGASA, classes at the pre-
school, elementary and secondary levels in the affected area shall
AUTOMATICALLY CANCELLED or SUSPENDED.”
Section 2. “Classes in all levels in both public and private schools as well
as work in the gov’t offices may be cancelled or suspended…..”
“The concerned LDRRMO headed by the local chief executive shall be
responsible for announcing the suspension of classes or work in gov’t
23. - Discretionary on the part of the parent/ guardian to
allow or not the child to go to school when the rain or
flood water is getting heavy.
Suspension of classes in special case:
1.Announced by DepEd Regional Director
2.Announced by DepEd Schools Division Superintendent
3.Announced by School Principal
4.Announced by Local Government Officials
7. Holidays / Suspension of Classes
25. The disciplinary goal of DJIHS is for each student to
achieve the ability to govern themselves from within,
based on the example and model of a good law abiding
As the student’s ability to govern themselves in this way
increases, there is less need for imposing rules and
regulations upon them.
Each student will be disciplined as needed according to
individual needs. A student must learn to submit to authority.
If a student learns to submit to teachers, parents, and others
in authority, then he will learn to submit to God’s authority in
his own life.
SCHOOL DISCIPLINE POLICY
26. Each teacher is given the responsibility of enforcing
classroom and school rules. The teacher will maintain order in
the classroom by speaking to children about the policy violation
and deciding what consequences are appropriate for the child
and circumstance in accordance to the discipline policy. The
administrator will be available to assist as needed.
Discipline and order are attained through a proper balance
of positive and negative consequences. Teachers will use a
variety of methods to promote good behavior and aid in
character training. The teacher will use positive responses for
27. General Rules and Regulations
A. Student Conduct
Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that is
honoring to God, themselves, their parents, and the school. This
expectation applies to all student conduct regardless of whether the
students are in school or at school activities as well as the time they are
away from school. Expectations for general conduct that have been
1. Behave properly and abide by the rules, regulations, and policies of the
2. Stand for the customary greetings of teachers and visitors entering the
classroom, be cordial to everyone
3. Stay inside the classroom at all times during class hours except when
class/school activities are held
28. 4. Students are allowed to eat snacks or lunch just make sure to
dispose their trash properly
5.Observe silence inside the classroom and along hallways, no
yelling, shouting or using of violent , indecent words
6.Keep personal belongings like notebooks, books and bags
orderly and safely
7.Carry personal valuables such as money, cell phone at all times,
valuables are to his/her own personal responsibility
8.Using of cell phone during classes is STRICTLY PROHIBITED
9.Maintain an orderly and clean classroom; put litters inside the
garbage bin and follow the school program on proper garbage
29. 10.Do not vandalize walls, tables, chairs and other furniture and
fixture. Parents will pay the replacement of the vandalized items.
11.Use with care the textbooks, school facilities and equipment,
replace items lost or destroyed if proven liable, cover books with
12.Switch off electric fans and lights when last to leave the
classroom during the day or in the afternoon, at the end of
classes before going home
13.Report to the class adviser any destroyed or damaged items
in the classroom that need repair or replacement
14.Do not leave the campus anymore once entered the school
gate for the day, unless taken by the parent/guardian
30. 15.Do not enter the faculty rooms or the school offices without
permission from the teachers or personnel who are inside the
16.Do not bring , use any pornographic materials, do not bring
prohibited drugs, liquors, cigarettes, fire crackers, or deadly
17.Do not bring pets, skateboards, video cam, play stations, radios or
similar devices, unless to be used in class activities and permitted by the
subject teacher; or else such item will be confiscated and can be
claimed by the parent/guardian personally.
18. Do not bring any items for sale inside the campus unless duly
authorized by the Principal/authorities.
Disregard for, or violation of, the Student Conducts and will be dealt
with according to the School Discipline Policy of DJNHS.
31. Inappropriate behavior includes :
1. Gross Misconduct;
2. Cheating and Stealing;
3. Disrespect a teacher or any school authority or his agent or students;
4. Smoking inside the school premises;
5. Vandalism, writing on or destroying school property like chairs, tables, windows, book,
laboratory equipment and others;
6. Gambling of any sort;
7. Stealing, Extortion or asking money from others;
8. Possession or use of cigarette, alcohol or other controlled substances/prohibited drugs;
9. Fighting , causing injury to others;
10. Possession of knives, guns or other deadly weapons;
32. 11. Hazing in any form or manner whether inside or outside the school premises;
12. Engaging in fraternities;
13. Any form of harassment or intimidation;
14. Telling a false statement;
15. Leaving school without permission from the teachers and school head;
16. Instigating , leading or participating in concerted activities leading to
stoppage of classes;
17. Mistreatment of other students;
18. Possession of nuisance items and gadgets, such as radios, CD players, games,
personal toys, Skate boards, pets, cellular phones, etc.
19.Immorality/ sexual harassment;
20. Falsification of school documents such as student’s I.D, Form 138 (Report Card)
and Form 137(Transcript of Record).
21. Preventing, threatening students or faculty members or school authorities from
discharging their duties or from attending classes or entering school premises
33. DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS
Disciplinary actions that may be used includes, but not limited to:
1st Warning - Teacher will talk to student and explain his/her
2nd Warning- The teacher will refer to the Adviser together with the
parents for conference
3rd Warning – The case will be sent to the Key Teachers . Having an
Agreement together with the parents
4th Warning -The case will be sent to the Guidance Office . Filling
up the Intake Sheet together with the parents
5th Warning - The case will be sent to the principal’s Office for
conference. Student conference with the
administrator and parents.
34. The imposition of suspension and expulsion of student is
based on DECS Service Manual IV Chapter 3 Section 1.
• School officials and teachers shall have the right to
impose appropriate and reasonable disciplinary measures
in case of minor offenses or infractions of good discipline.
However, no cruel or physically harmful punishment shall be
imposed or apply against any student.
• Suspension for not more than three (3) days or expulsion is
imposed depending on the seriousness of the offense.
• Expulsion for grave misconduct , possession, usage and
selling of prohibited drugs. The case will be forwarded to the
35. Duties and Responsibilities of Students
Students are expected to contribute to their own learning
success. A student's duty includes:
1. Participate in learning activities
2. Accept increasing responsibility for his or her learning.
3. Do homework regularly.
4. Attend school regularly and on-time.
5. Be part of a safe and positive learning environment.
6. Be responsible for his or her conduct at school and on the
way to and from school.
7. Respect the rights of others
36. Start our School Year with
positive and right decisions
and you will finish it with a