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Guidelines on Revitalizing Girl Scouting in Schools in Philippines
In view of this, the DepEd promotes and espouses the revitalization of Girl Scouting in schools nationwide in various areas of potential partnership, cooperation, and collaboration.
To revitalize Girl Scouting in all schools, the DepEd is issuing the following guidelines:
a. Promotion of Membership to the GSP
All DepEd officials and personnel are urged to be active members of the GSP. At the beginning of the School Year (SY), all public and private elementary and secondary schools, through their school principals/heads, are advised to promote membership into the GSP among girl-pupils and girl-students, parents, and teachers.
b. Membership Fees
Membership to the GSP is voluntary and shall not be made a condition for enrolment, transfer, or clearance of pupils and students. Membership fees and proceeds of fund-raising activities of the GSP shall be immediately remitted in full to the GSP local councils duly chartered by the National Headquarters. No quota on membership shall be required.
c. Schedule of Membership Campaign as follows:
d. Intensifying the Quality of the Girl Scouting Program
Officials of the DepEd are urged to actively contribute in the development and implementation of quality Girl Scouting program by zealously and vigorously promoting and supporting the Program of the GSP, specifically the Eight-Point Challenge, Badgework, Chief Girl Scout Medal, Pilar Hidalgo Lim Troop Achievement Award, Millenium Development Goals Campaign, Stop the Violence Campaign, and the Duke of Edinburgh Awards, among others.
e. Participation of DepEd Officials, Personnel, and School Children in Girl Scouting Activities
All DepEd officials, personnel, and school children are enjoined to participate in Girl Scouting activities such as national contests/competitions, training and conferences in the school, division, regional, national, and international levels, subject to the existing DepEd policies, rules, and regulations.
f. Institutional Support
All DepEd officials and personnel are encouraged to support the GSP and its activities in all or whatever significant way possible.
g. Wearing of the Girl Scout Uniform
The wearing of the Girl Scout Official Business Uniform by duly-registered DepEd officials and personnel, including pupils and students, during official GSP activities and every Friday during school days is highly desired for visibility and positive image-building.
Service Credits, Other Credits for Awards Received and Training Sessions Attended, and Other Incentives
The following issuances are hereby reiterated:
All Girl Scouting matters in the DepEd shall be handled by the Center for Students and Co-Curricular Affairs (CSCA).
All regional directors (RDs), schools division/city superintendents (SDSs), and school heads (SHs)/principals shall designate a Girl Scouting Program Coordinator in their respective regions, and schools. These Coordinators shall actively facilitate the conduct of membership campaigns, as well as other activities and initiatives of the GSP.
All RDs, SDSs, and SHs are authorized to formulate specific directives in accordance with this Order to ensure and guarantee the revitalization of Girl Scouting in schools nationwide.
The GSP, regional and division offices of the DepEd shall submit all reports that may be required by the Office of the Secretary to the CSCA, DepEd Central Office, DepEd Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City.
All other issuances not inconsistent with this Order shall remain effective.
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