Parents, Enroll Your Kids Via Drop Box If You Can't Go Online

In an official statement published Monday, June 15, the Department of Education has decided to open a drop box system of enrollment alongside the current remote enrollment program. The new enrollment program will be begin Tuesday, June 16, according to DepEd Order No. 008, s. 2020.

DepEd has also released general instructions to those who intend to make use of the drop box kiosks. As stated in Order No. 008:

  • Drop box kiosks will only cater to those parents who do not have access to remote means (text, call, online and social media) to communicate with their schools but wish to enroll their child.
    • Only one (1) adult from a household with quarantine pass will be allowed to go to these kiosks.
    • Parents and guardians needing assistance are advised to ask their respective barangay leadership in this transaction.
    • Parents and guardians must be familiar with the advisory of the school or barangay on designated pick up and submission points before going out.
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These drop boxes will be available in barangay halls and schools, and are exclusively for picking up and dropping off the Learners Enrolment Survey Form (LESF). To maintain proper health and safety standards during the enrollment process, those stationed at the enrollment kiosks will be provided with face masks and disinfectants.

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