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Supreme Pupil Government (SPG) and Supreme Student Government (SSG) Elections 2015
Download the latest provisions of Revised Standard Constitution and By-Laws of the Supreme Pupil Government and Supreme Student Government in Elementary and Secondary Schools (school year: 2014-2015)
Pursuant to DepEd Order No. 79, s. 2009 entitled Revised Standard Constitution and By- Laws of the Supreme Student Governments (SSG) in Secondary Schools, DepEd Order No. 45, s. 2007 entitled Institutionalization of the Supreme Pupil Government (SPG) in all Elementary Schools Nationwide, DECS Order No. 37, s. 2001 entitled Synchronized Student Government Elections and DepEd Order No. 49, s. 2011 entitled Mandated Programs, Projects and Activities of the Supreme Student Government, the following activities shall be observed during the 2012 Synchronized SPG and SSG Elections for the School Year (SY) 2012-2013 in all schools nationwide:
In the elementary level, the SH shall constitute the SPG Commission on Elections preferably from among the Heograpiya, Kasaysayan at Sibika (HEKASI) teachers.
All DepEd Division Offices (DOs) are required to submit the complete list of duly elected SSG and SPG Presidents including their addresses and contact numbers, names and addresses of schools, names of school principals/heads, and teacher-advisers. These lists shall be collated by the Division Araling Panlipunan Supervisors and/or SGP Coordinators, encoded following the enclosed format, and forwarded on or before March 30, 2012 to the Department of Education-Center for Students and Co-Curricular Affairs (DepEd-CSCA) through e-mail address: email@example.com. A Certificate of Recognition shall be given to the school, through the DO, which has submitted the election report on time.
The elected SPG/SSG Officers shall undergo a school-based training on the basic skills of leadership and management, functions and responsibilities facilitated by the teacher-advisers and the outgoing pupil/student government officers only during weekends immediately after the elections or at anytime during the summer vacation, expenses of which shall be charged against SPG/SSG funds and/or local funds. Planning of activities of the SPG/SSG for the coming School Year shall include the Mandated Programs, Projects and Activities pursuant to DepEd Order No. 49, s. 2011 such as but not limited to the National Greening Program, Teachers' Month Campaign and World Teachers' Day, The Kindergarten Advocacy and Donation Project, Brigada Eskwela, The National SSG Online Community Project and the SSG's participation to the annual National Leadership Training for Student Government Officers (NLTSGO).
The Division and Regional Federations of the Supreme Student Governments (FSSG) shall also be organized immediately after the elections but not later than April 30, 2012 following the enclosed guidelines, the results of which shall be submitted to the DepEd-CSCA not later than May 15, 2012 through e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DepEd-CSCA, as the office in-charge of the Student Government Program (SGP), is authorized to monitor the conduct of the elections, and formulate and implement other programs and activities to strengthen the pupil/student governments in schools. All Regional and Division Araling Panlipunan Supervisors/SGP Coordinators are authorized to coordinate and monitor activities with regard to the conduct of the synchronized student government elections and the organization of the Division and Regional FSSG.
All regional directors (RDs) and schools division/city superintendents (SDSs) are enjoined to support and monitor the implementation of this program.
The Guidelines on the conduct of the Election to the Division and Regional Federations of SSG, SSG Consolidated Report Format and the SPG Consolidated Report Format are contained as Enclosure Nos. 1, 2 and 3, respectively.
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