Malabon promotes early school registration
Malabon City - In a bid to ensure that every child in the city receives a quality education, the School Division Office (SDO-Malabon) spearheaded a campaign for Early Registration, catering to K-12, ALS, SPED, and ALIVE learners. Today, we joined hands in support of this initiative, encouraging parents and guardians to register their children early and secure their spots for the upcoming school year.
The Early Registration Drive held at the School Division Office (SDO-Malabon) aimed to streamline the registration process and make it more convenient for parents. By registering early, families can help the local government and schools better prepare for the number of students expected to enroll, ensuring that resources and facilities are adequately allocated.
Mayor Jeannie Sandoval expressed her unwavering commitment to providing quality education to the youth of Malabon. Recognizing the vital role of education in shaping the future of the city, she urged parents and guardians to take advantage of the Early Registration Drive and ensure that their children's educational journey begins on a strong foundation.
The Early Registration Drive is not limited to K-12 learners but also includes those enrolled in the Alternative Learning System (ALS), Special Education (SPED), and the Alternative Learning Intervention for Vocational and Entrepreneurship (ALIVE) programs. This comprehensive approach ensures that every child, regardless of their learning style or needs, has the opportunity to be registered early and receive the necessary support for their educational growth.
Parents and guardians play a crucial role in this process, as they are encouraged to visit the School Division Office (SDO-Malabon) to register their children promptly. By taking part in the Early Registration Drive, families contribute to the efficient planning and organization of the educational system in Malabon City.
The city government of Malabon remains steadfast in its commitment to providing a quality education to all its residents. Through initiatives like the Early Registration Drive, Mayor Jeannie Sandoval and the SDO-Malabon aim to strengthen the educational landscape of the city and ensure that no child is left behind.
Parents and guardians are encouraged to seize this opportunity and register their children early. By doing so, they contribute to the seamless transition of students into the new school year, fostering an environment that nurtures academic excellence and personal growth.
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