Radyo Natin interview of Mam Teresa D. Mababa, CESO VI on the details of the "A Thousand Lives" Mural Painting! CLICK HERE!

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ORDINANSA 13-113 Lungsod ng San Jose Hinggil sa Plastic, Styro, Plastic Cups, Straw at Supot ng Inumin

15 TLE Teachers passed the TESDA NC II in Cookery

15 TLE teachers who had undergone training for five consecutive Saturdays at the Sto. Domingo National Trade School, Sto. Domingo, Nueva Ecija passed the TESDA National Certificate II (NC-II) in Cookery. The skills assessment test was conducted at the STI San Jose City branch, a TESDA accredited assessment center, and was administered by TESDA accredited Assessors on September 23, 2015. The Division obtained a 100% passing rate in Cookery and posted the following passers: Name School 1. Ayreen D. Del Rosario - Constancio Padilla National High School 2. Leah Norma A. Timbol - Porais High School 3. Jovijieta DA. Guirnalda - Constancio Padilla National High School 4. Priscila B. Del Rosario - Constancio Padilla National High School 5. Rachelle ...Click to read more

Division holds Science Investigatory Project Seminar

In order to cultivate/develop creativity and encourage entries that will qualify to the Regional Science Investigatory Project competition, the Division conducted a seminar titled One-Day Division Seminar-Workshop in Science Investigatory Project for Science Teachers, 13 August. Instructor Lexter R. Natividad of the Central Luzon State University (CLSU) Science High School delivered the lecture attended by 64 science teachers. Mr. Natividad stressed that “no amount of definition can make us understand Research or Science Investigatory Project (SIP) unless we do one”. He differentiated SIP from a thesis, which according to him, deals more of an investigation about scientific problem. The six characteristics of a good research were comprehensively discussed. A video on social resear ...Click to read more

Division of San Jose City now interconnected through ICT (10/28/2015) - The different offices of the division are now linked through the information and communication technology (ICT) tools. Recently installed is the Windows-based server which include the domain server, active directory server, dynamic-host configuration . . . Click to read more

SDO conducts tree planting (10/28/2015) - Personnel of the Schools Division Office (SDO) planted at least 50 seedlings of mahogany, narra and fruit-bearing trees within the office premises in Sto. Nino Ist., San Jose City last September 14. The activity formed part of the SDO’s contributi . . . Click to read more

Division of San Jose City promotes "Belly Nice Belly Gud" Health Program (9/22/2015) - To help increase the awareness of the Division personnel in their health, the Division of San Jose City recently launched a Health Program dubbed as "Belly Nice Belly Gud". This also aims to encourage everyone to make positive decision towa . . . Click to read more

Two officials deliver lectures during the Instructional Leaders Training Program (ILTP) (9/22/2015) - Schools Division Superintendent (SDS) Teresa D. Mababa and Dr. Veronica B. Paraguison, Curriculum Implementation Division Chief served as lecturers during the ILTP training at the Division Office Conference Hall on July 16 and 31, respectively. The . . . Click to read more

DepED Division of San Jose City celebrates its 5th Founding Anniversary (3/22/2015) - The Division of San Jose City celebrated its 5th Founding Anniversary on March 19-20, 2015. Ten clusters consisting of the 72 schools and the division office participated in the said celebration. The opening day of the celebration includes a moto . . . Click to read more

Manlalakbay (1/13/2015) - Manlalakbay is a poem presented by Mam Teresa D. Mababa discussing the value of being able to cope up with change and the new Norm. It is of great importance that a person should be able to leave the past behind and comply with the needs of the futur . . . Click to read more

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