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Mandated Programs, Projects and Activities of the Supreme Student Government
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The Supreme Student Government (SSG) is the foremost co-curricular student organization authorized to operate and implement pertinent programs, projects and activities in schools nationwide. It lays the groundwork for good governance, volunteerism, unity and cooperation by providing the students various venues where they can improve their leadership knowledge, skills and attitudes. It trains students to become better members of society in accordance with ideals and principles of participatory democracy and good citizenship. More importantly, it helps the Department of Education (DepEd) achieve its thrusts as indicated in the Education for All (EFA) Goals, Millenium Development goals (MDGs) and the Basic Education Social Reform Agenda (BESRA).

In order to synchronize its programs, projects and activities (PPAs), the following are mandated to be implemented annually by the SSG in the school and community:

  1. organize the participation of students and volunteers in the annual Brigada Eskwela;
  2. lead/participate in the National Greening Program (NGP) and other environment-related activities;
  3. conduct activities and awareness campaigns to encourage parents to enlist their five-year old children for kindergarten;
  4. conduct book and toy drive and other school supplies for donation to schools with kindergarten;
  5. conduct activities to prevent students from dropping-out of schools;
  6. conduct English Speaking Campaigns, and Reading and Tutorial Services;
  7. conduct activities to support Anti-Drug Abuse Education and Campaign;
  8. assist in ensuring that the school is a smoke/tobacco free place;
  9. lead students in organizing activities which start during the Teachers' Month Campaign every September and which culminate during the World Teachers' Day celebration on October 5; and
  10. encourage and support the participation of students in recognized co-curricular clubs/organizations and activities.
The following organizational support mechanisms shall be provided by DepEd at all levels to ensure that the above mentioned PPAs are implemented:
  1. establishment of Federations of SSGs in the division, regional and national levels as ready mechanisms for student consultations and as sources of feedback and policy recommendations on issues and concerns that affect them;
  2. adoption of the Revised Standard Constitution and By-Laws of the SSG pursuant to DepEd Order No. 79, s. 2009 by all public secondary schools;
  3. organization of the Division, Regional and National Advisers Associations of SSGs as support groups for the implementation and monitoring of the Student Government Program (SGP);
  4. conduct of recognition and awards programs and activities for outstanding SSG organizations, officers and advisers through division, regional and national led initiatives;
  5. subject to existing DepEd policies and guidelines on voluntary contributions, collection of not more that Sixty Pesos (Php60.00) as SSG Developmental Fund is encouraged to financed its programs, projects and acitivities;
  6. conduct of the synchronized SSG elections and requisite turn-over of responsibilities, financial statements and other records and properties;
  7. implementation of the synchronization of elections of all other school-based co-curricular organizations;
  8. conduct of student-leadership trainings at the division and regional levels provided prior coordination with the Center of Students and Co-Curricular Affairs (CSCA) is done for purposes of uniformity and compliance with SSG and SGP-related standards and policies;
  9. attendance in the annual National Leadership Training for Student Government Officers (NLTSGO);
  10. creation of the school's respective SSG Facebook Page to create virtual network among other SSGs for purposes of establishing direct exchange of information, sharing best practices, and giving feedbacks and suggestions. These social networking accounts shall be linked to the official Facebook Page of the CSCA (http://www.facebook.com/csca.deped); and,
  11. monitoring, evaluation and rating of SSGs' implementation of the mandated programs, projects and activities and submission of elections and other required reports.
The conduct of the PPAs shall be documented by the SSG Adviser and submitted with all the supporting data by the school head/principal to the schools division/city superintendent (SDS) through the SGP Division Coordinator. The SDS through the SGP Division Coordinator shall consolidate all reports in a matrix and submit the same to the CSCA copy furnished the SGP Regional Coordinator.

All school heads/principals, SDS, Regional Directors (RDs) are tasked to ensure the smooth implementation of the SGP through this DepEd Order. The SGP Division Coordinators are required to monitor compliance of all SSGs and their respective SSG Advisers with these directives. The SGP Regional Coordinator shall actively lead and coordinate all SSG and SGP-related activities of all concerned in all levels.

At the national level, the DepEd-CSCA is in-charge of the management, supervision, coordination and monitoring of teh activities of the SSGs and the SGP.

For coordination and concerns on the SSG and the SGP, kindly contact Mr. Joey G. Pelaez, DepEd-CSCA Executive Director, through the following contact details: Ground Floor, Mabini Bldg., DepEd Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City; telephone/fax numbers: (02)631-8495-1636-3603; website www.depded-csca.com; email/facbook: cscaportal@gmail.com


  • Formal Introduction of the newly-elected SSG officers to the students during one of the morning activities at the beginning of the School Year
  • Start of SSG Implementation of Mandated Programs, Projects, Activities
June 12
  • PNOY 1B Trees Project (per Order No. 28, s. 2011)
June 27-30
  • Election of First Year Representatives (DECS Order No. 37, s. 2001) and Homeroom Class Organizations
July 1st Week
  • Synchronized Elections of Other School-Based Co-Curricular Clubs and Organizations

July 15
  • First Coordinating Council of Campus Co-Curricular Organizations Meeting
July 23
  • PNOY 1B Trees Project (per Order No. 28, s. 2011)
  • Start of Collection of SSG Developmental Contribution
August 20
  • PNOY 1B Trees Project (per Order No. 28, s. 2011)
September 17
  • PNOY 1B Trees Project (per Order No. 28, s. 2011)
September 30
  • Second Coordinating Council of Campus Co-Curricular Organizations Meeting
September - February
  • Monitoring of Implementation of SSG Mandated Programs, Projects, Activities
September - December
  • Holding of Division and Regional Leadership Trainings
September - October
  • Teachers' Month Campaign
October 5
  • World Teachers' Day
  • National Leadership Training for Student Government Officers Recognition of Outstanding Federations and Advisers
October 22
  • PNOY 1B Trees Project (per Order No. 28, s. 2011)
November 19
  • PNOY 1B Trees Project (per Order No. 28, s. 2011)
November Week
  • Anti-Smoking Week through School-led Activities
December 17
  • PNOY 1B Trees Project (per Order No. 28, s. 2011)
  • National Federation of Supreme Student Governments Conference
January 9
  • Council of Campus Co-Curricular Organizations Meeting
January 21
  • PNOY 1B Trees Project (per Order No. 28, s. 2011)
January - February
  • Campaign for Kindergarten Enlistment
    Books, Toys and School Supplies Donation Drive for Kindergarten
February 1-3
  • Filing of the Certificates of Candidacy (COC)
February 6-9
  • Evaluation of COCs re Qualifications/Disqualifications
February 10
  • Announcement of the Official List of Candidates
February 14-21
  • Campaign Period
February 22
  • Campus-Wide Presidential and Vice Presidential Debates
February 23
  • Synchronized Elections and Proclamation of Winners
February 25
  • PNOY 1B Trees Project (per Order No. 28, s. 2011)
  • Recognition of Outstanding SSG Officers
  • Turn-Over of SSG to the Newly-Elected Officers
March 10
  • PNOY 1B Trees Project (per Order No. 28, s. 2011)
March 30
  • Deadline of Submission of SSG Election Reports and Compliance Reports on the Conduct of by Division Office to the CSCA

March - April 15
  • Organization of the Division and Regional Federations of Supreme Student
  • Governments (SSG) and SSG Advisers' Associations (SSGAA)

April 27
  • Deadline of Submission of Names of Division and Regional Federation Officers of the SSG and SSGAA to the CSCA
  • School-Based SSG Planning and Leadership Training
  • SGP Annual Evaluation and Planning Conference
  • Eskwela Participation
  • Attendance in the YES Camp

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Total comments: 9
9 Kharlfucius   (14-June-2015 10:59 AM)

8 rosemarie dela cruz   (11-June-2013 9:34 AM)
what are the projects that we can do to improve our small school?

7 hazel V. osayan   (29-May-2013 2:18 PM)
what is the best things can do about improvement of school.

6 lovely paggao   (27-February-2013 12:42 PM)
i hope there are specific activities to be done monthly

5 crisamay   (03-February-2013 6:10 PM)
what are some projects we can do for the school.???

4 princess diane   (26-August-2012 6:16 PM)
paano p b mag conduct ng program ng buong grade level sa teachers` day?

3 jane   (16-January-2012 8:36 AM)
pwede nyo po bang ipost ung about sa k to 12 kht brief explanation lng po

2 patty   (13-January-2012 6:22 PM)
amh .. pede nyo po bang ipost yung about voluntarism kse po ididiscuss po sa leadership ng school namen .. tnx po :)

1 justine   (13-November-2011 4:06 PM)
walang masyadong update?? RO4

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