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DepEd Official Schedule: Graduation, Moving-Up, and Recognition Ceremonies for SY 2021-2022

 With reference to DepEd Order (DO) No. 029, s. 2021, also known as School Calendar and Activities for School Year 2021-2022, Quarter 4 shall end on June 24, 2022. For schools that did not suspend classes, the EOSY rites shall be any of the dates from June 27 to July 2, 2022. Private schools may implement the schedule as reflected in their respective School Calendars. 

DepEd Official Schedule: Graduation, Moving-Up, and Recognition Ceremonies for SY 2021-2022


Schools that declared suspension of classes in response to DM-C1-2022-009, Reiterating the Policy on Academic Ease and Allowing the Suspension of Classes and Other Teaching-Related Activities in the Midst of the Surge in COV1D-19 Cases, shall make the necessary adjustments to the school calendar to ensure that the number of days in the current school year remains consistent with Republic Act (RA) No.11480 (An Act Amending Section 3 of RA7797, Otherwise Known as "An Act to Lengthen the School Calendar from Two Hundred (200) Days to Not More than Two Hundred Twenty (220) Class Days"). If classes were suspended for one week, then the EOSY rites may be on any of the dates from July 4 to 9,2022.

In assessing the viability of conducting SY 2021-2022 EOSY rites, public health and safety are still deemed the topmost concern amidst the ongoing progress in COVID-19 testing and vaccination. Hence, the scenarios projected by the Department of Health (DOH) and the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID), complemented by other credible sources and DepEd risk assessment, shall be considered. Should the public health situation prevent the conduct of this year's EOSY rites within the said week, schools, in consultation with the Parents-Teachers Association (PTA), may choose to reschedule or forego the activity. Private schools shall be guided by their approved or revised school calendar. 


READ AND DOWNLOAD: DepEd Memo No. 43, s. 2022 

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