Early Ibaan Elementary Students Registration

In compliance with Department Of Education’s National Early Registration Day, public elementary schools in Ibaan simultaneously opened their doors for the early registration of students in the municipality.

Lucshin Elementary Schools were all too happy to see children enrolling for the next school year.
Lucshin Elementary Schools were all too happy to see children enrolling for the next school year.

Monitored and spearheaded by Ibaan District Supervisor Ms. Emilian Madlangbayan Roxas and supported by all school principals and teachers, the registration was held last January 24.

Despite the fact that the schedule fell on weekend which is Saturday, Ibaan teachers willingly spend their time with the prospective students who wished to enroll for the incoming school year in June 2015. Tirelessly, the would-be students were courteously accommodated and assisted by the public school teachers.

The early registration targets to accommodate children who are 5 years old and above for Kindergarten. Six-year-old children are also welcome to enroll for Grade I.

Significantly, the activity also hopes to encourage Out-Of-School-Children (OSC) and Out-Of-School-Youth (OSY) to return or enroll for the next school year. Ibaan school teachers remains a strong believer on the importance of basic education regardless of social status. The teachers’ sentiments are the same for differently-abled-persons who also being encouraged to enroll.

As of press time, we are yet to ask information as to total of children who have enrolled in the said activity.

The Municipal Government of Ibaan, on the other hand, is extending its gratitude to Ibaan public school teachers for their dedication in building Ibaan children’s future.

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