DepEd To Parents On Enrollment: “Do not go to school on June 1…”

DepEd Gives Message for Parents Regarding June 1 Enrollment

DEPED – The Department of Education told the parents not to go directly to the school on June 1, 2020 for the enrollment.

Among those that were affected by the coronavirus or COVID-19 crisis in the Philippines are the classes in schools. The pre-school, elementary, secondary, and tertiary levels suspended face-to-face classes.

Currently, the pre-school, elementary, and secondary students are on their summer vacation. The next school year will supposedly open in June with the enrollment to roll starting May.

However, due to the COVID-19 crisis now, the opening of the next DepEd school year will be moved to August 24. The enrollment is set to on June 1, 2020.


Parents are surely looking forward to what’s going to happen when they go to schools on June 1 to enroll their kids. Social distancing has to be observed but public schools got a lot of students to cater.

Recently, the Department released a message for the parents. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, DepEd advises the parents not to go directly to schools on June 1 but, instead, wait for the call.

Do not go to school on June 1…Wait for the call. On Monday they do not need to go to schools. They will wait in their homes, Education Secretary Nepomuceno Malaluan told TeleRadyo according to the report.

The Department has prepared three (3) alternative learning methods for the next school year. There are modules that will be printed and delivered to students’ homes or parents will have to get it from the specified areas.

As of this writing, there are still no further information regarding the matter. More updates may be posted soon.

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