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May 5, 2020 

Dear Parents, 

Greetings in Christ! 

This has indeed been a challenging year for all, and we would like to express our gratitude to you for the support, patience, and understanding you showed while students, teachers, and parents alike adapted to the sudden declaration and consecutive extensions of Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ). We are tremendously proud of the hard work everyone put in to making our Learning from Home (LFH) system work. 

While LFH was not perfect, we believe we got off to a good start which gives us much to build on for the new school year. In fact, though classes have just ended, teachers will already receive training over the next two weeks so that they can deliver an improved online learning experience. This training will continue during our in-service in June and July. We are also consulting with experts in educational technology so that we can enhance our LFH system. 

Mode of Learning for SY 2020-2021

Next school year, we plan to continue LFH for at least the first two quarters/first semester. We are fine-tuning our curriculum and instruction so that we can easily shift from 100% online learning to blended learning (a combination of online and face-to-face learning with social distancing and staggered schedules) when it becomes safe to do so. If a return to full-time face-to-face instruction on campus becomes an option at some point after the second quarter, we may transition to this. 

In the new school year, we look forward to improving LFH in several ways including, but not limited to, the following: 

  • more frequent sessions for live instruction and regular time slots for consultations, together with independent work time, to ensure that teachers are providing adequate support for students 
  • recordings of live instruction sessions and more teacher-made screencasts to allow students to learn and review at their own pace 
  • a consistent daily schedule, though we will continue to make accommodations for a variety of home situations when necessary 
  • availability of hard copies of materials for pick-up 
  • an orientation for parents at the start of the year 
  • for Grades 1-12, a smaller student-teacher ratio for online learning 
  • for Gr. 1-10, a shift to Schoology, a more convenient Learning Management System (LMS) that is better suited to long-term online/blended learning, with easier ways to access materials and submit work. SHS has been using Schoology for the past two years. Preschool will continue using Google Classroom. 

Summer Bridging Sessions All students are required to attend Summer Bridging Sessions (SBS) which will be conducted online with the enhancements outlined above. These sessions will be part of the new school year’s schedule and there is no additional fee for these classes. SBS will take place from July 20-August 4 followed by a brain break from August 5-10. Regular classes will open on August 11. We will provide additional details in a separate circular. 

Availability of Grades Since we are still on ECQ, the availability of third quarter grades will be delayed as some teachers’ records are still in school. Third and fourth quarter grades will be released simultaneously. An advisory on this will be posted on our official FB account. 

Tuition Fees, Reservation Fees & Online Enrollment There will be no increase in the tuition fee for next school year, and only minimal fees will be charged. 

To get an indicative number of students for planning smaller class sizes, etc. as well as the number of slots to be made available for new applicants, May 8 remains the deadline for reservation fees. If you have any concern regarding this, kindly send us an email through finance@assumption.edu.ph 

Online enrollment will be open by 4th week of May. You may access this through the students portal (https://portal.assumption.edu.ph). Announcements on the flow and other advisories will be posted on our official FB account. 

Living up to the promise of Assumption Education

Assumption shall work to ensure that it provides a Transformative Education even in online and blended learning modalities. We have built in time and opportunities for character formation into the schedule. The formation team, composed of the Christian Life Education (CLE) team, Campus Ministry Office (CMO) and the Center for Social Involvement (CSI) group will plan and implement regular activities to nurture students’ Faith and Spirituality and Social Responsibility. We shall continue to offer Morning Talks, online recollections, prayer/reflection packets and design social responsibility activities that can be carried out even while the students are at home. School and class masses will be made available online and families may participate in these and other liturgical activities. 

These character formation initiatives will go hand in hand with the presence and availability of the Grade Level Leads (GLLs), Class Advisers (CLADs), and the Guidance Mentors (GMs) who will play a proactive role in caring for the students, especially their mental health and wellbeing. 

Though our methods are adapting in response to the call of our times, we remain committed to developing in our students AC’s three pillars: Academic Excellence for Service, Faith and Spirituality, and Social Responsibility. 

Once again, we thank you for working closely with us during these trying times, and we look forward to seeing you again next school year, whether online or in person! 

Sincerely, (Sgd.) (Sgd.) Maria Angela Kara Decloedt Mary Anne Carina Villalon Director for Academic Affairs, P-10 Director for Senior High School 

(Sgd.) Sr. Mary Ignatius Vedua, r.a. Principal 

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Complementing the Academic Program are different programs for students coordinated by the Office of Student Affairs. These cover both extracurricular activities through the Assumption Student Council and Student Organizations as well as co-curricular activities which are coordinated with Department Chairpersons.

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