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Republic of the Philippines L4:
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region IV - A CALABARZON

CITY SCHOOLS DIVISION OF DAS b7.

Division Memorandum

To: OIC, Assist. Schools Division Superintendent


Chief, Education Program Supervisors
Public Schools District-Supervisors
Public Elementary School Principals

From: FRANCIS CE). B. BRINGAff /


Assistant Regional Director!
OIC, Office of the Schools Division Superintendent
Re: CONSULTATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE OFFICERS OF PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS'
ASSOCIATION IN THE DIFFERENT DIVISION OF REGION IV A (CALABARZON)
Date: March 16, 2017

This Office hereby provides the field with the enclosed copy of communication
received from FRANCE L. CASTRO - Party List Representative, ACT Teachers, House
of Representatives, Quezon City to inform the listed participants on the proposed schedule
and venue of the Consultative Assembly of the Officers of Public School Teachers
'Association in the Different Divisions of Region IV- A.

In relation, Teacher- Participation to the assembly shall be on official time only


subject to the non- disruption of classes policy stipulated in DepEd Order No. 9, s. 2005
entitled, Instituting Measures to Increase Engaged Time- On - Task and Ensuring
Compliance Therewith.

For immediate dissemination and prompt action.

CSDO Building, Dasmarias Community Affairs Compound, Brgy. Burol II, City of Dasmcirias 4115
Email: dasmarinas.citydeped.gov.ph I Website: www.depeddasma.edu.ph
Phone: 046-432-9355, 046-432-9384, 046-432-3629 1 Tele-Fax: 02-552-5129
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Greetings from the ACT Teachers Paity - list!

ibis i to infOrm y ui,ii gocid c ce:that ie House 811 56 or " i Act ncreasrng the Mliii ii
Monthly Salaries aud the Personnel icenontic: Rs'Imt i<iw,jnc of C,overnment firiployces' last Jun Ii
2010. The said Wit aims to raise rytiblic school teachers' salary hi eleroontsry and secondary school', horn
P19. 077 Sc, P25, tJ[K reiular en loyr'e shall he raked from I'lL 478 to P15, 100 a month and public
higher education teaching personnel from P10, 651. to P27, 000 This bill also aims to augment the
Per sor.nel Ecoriunric Relief Allowancc from P2,000 to P5. 000. This is one of thsi priorities of the ACT
'teachers Part'f-ti-,t included in our legislative agenda for the 17tb Congress, to alleviatc the sad plight of
teachers and gcve ennui employees by inc .usirig the.4 monthly salary. At pi i'nt, the salary of an
ettr/-IeVel teacher is still irnarlequicte to meet the rt?ndarcl family cost of hung Increasing teachers'
ilarti s vili Ct I t'iiniy help enc our,4 ge and r0otivale highly-qualified tear hei s to enter and excel in t he
profession and coritimie teaching in the ounty rather than s, . eek lob; abroad. We passionately believe
iii theft invaluable contributions to the development of thc youth and society. Therefore, teachers
deserve s'nrninensijrate coiripensalios, in addition t benefits,, i n exchan g e for their sacrifices.

Another one of our priorities is forioin terictrersas to thou, rights regarding Public Serto, Unioni1rn as
implemented by DopEd Order No. 51, s. 1003 'Tear.hor Oririttion to Public Urskmnlsrp' rnsmrmdates that
all public school teachers and mion-tes,ching personusri muSt be provided with rcfivant and adequate
information o' thu legal bases f public sector- unioni"rn" and 'all st hoot principals and schools
superntenrlohts shall allow teacher,; and e'en non- tCar hing personnel to patti0pate in any public
employees to ganization sponsored seminar".

In view of the above, this l'lepresnrflatnnim wid tile Ir s"k V')' ,5sktFiriFC pl,lti 10 coiiducl
onsultit V' ce ii ici',c tepi's i: iinp a reicmncrl nicissurandum encouraging the attendance
on nffi,:it lj'isi,ce',s tI,t' Offjcp,s of l'ullic School lecher Association in the different division under
your Itepion We wiid an pit ;,I t , ii. if you ruuicl pcourdia u a venue for saul consultation i t'ch(i1
Fnreto art the prr,pu'e(i c,h,1c:k uilii LIe !ni. ,; f ti i panic for this dibect division and our

requt.ss venue. Also. a draft pi ngrani is OttiChCl to Ins faili.aletI by the hoit diviion.

Please lee fl.oe to coirniu'iicate with us any of yom queries. Kindly contact Ms Joanna Ruse "JR'

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Itodrigue? (09 U/-55)-J6f6 You noisy also contact ouc r,ff.ce.atldress at Room 51,1 Sooth Wing House of
Represen1ative, Hal asati Hills, Qucaim City TTIG, with Tel numbers (02)931-5311 and (02)94 tSQUl.
Ir.l 7310, of ermA us at rep frnnc stro/sSgmail.cans

fluank you very much.


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France L. Castro
Party-List Representative, ACT Teachers

01 March 2017

DIOSDADO M. SAN ANTONIO


Regional Director
Department of Education-Region IV-A

Dear Director San Antonio,

Greetings from the ACT Teachers Party-list!

This is to inform your good office that we have filed House Bill 56 or "An Act Increasing the Minimum
Monthly Salaries and the Personnel Economic Relief Allowance of Government Employees" last June 30,
2016. The said Bill aims to raise public school teachers' salary in elementary and secondary schools from
P19, 077 to P25, 000; regular employees shall be raised from P9, 478 to P15, 000 a month and public
higher education teaching personnel from P20, 651 to P27, 000. This bill also aims to augment the
Personnel Economic Relief Allowance from P2,000 to P5, 000. This is one of the priorities of the ACT
Teachers Party-list, included in our legislative agenda for the 17th Congress, to alleviate the sad plight of
teachers and government employees by increasing their monthly salary. At present, the salary of an entry-
level teacher is still inadequate to meet the standard family cost of living. Increasing teachers' salaries will
certainly help encourage and motivate highly-qualified teachers to enter and excel in the profession and
continue teaching in the country rather than seek jobs abroad. We passionately believe in their invaluable
contributions to the development of the youth and society. Therefore, teachers deserve commensurate
compensation, in addition to benefits, in exchange for their sacrifices.

Another one of our priorities is informing teachers as to their rights regarding Public Sector Unionism as
implemented by DepEd Order No. 51, s. 2003 "Teacher Orientation to Public Unionism" mandates that
"all public school teachers and non-teaching personnel must be provided with relevant and adequate
information on the legal bases of public sector unionism" and "all school principals and schools
superintendents shall allow teachers and even non- teaching personnel to participate in any public
employees' organization sponsored seminar".

In view of the above, this Representation would like to seek your assistance as we plan to conduct a
consultative assembly on these topics by issuing a regional memorandum encouraging the attendance
on official business the Officers of Public School Techer Association in the different division under your
Region. We would appreciate it if you could provide us a venue for said consultation. Attached hereto
are the proposed schedules with the lists of participants for the different division and our request venue.
Also, a draft program is attached to be faciltated by the host division.

Please feel free to communicate with us any of your queries. Kindly contact Ms. Joanna Rose "JR"
Rodriguez (0917-555-3686). You may also contact our office address at Room Sil South Wing House of
Representatives, Batasan Hills, Quezon City 1126, with Tel. numbers (02)931-5311 and (02)9315001
local 7310, or email us at rep.france.castro@gmail.com .

Thank you very much.

Para sa guro at bayan,


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FRANCE I. CASTRO

Office address: Rm. 611 Saul!, Wing, House of Representatives, Batasan Hills, Quezon City, Philippines 1126
Tel.: +632-9315311 * +632-9315001 loc. 7310 Email: rep.france.castro(agmail.com Website: www.act-(eachers.com
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BATANGAS PROVINCE LIST OF ATTENDEES
Date: March 10, 2017, Friday
Time: 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Venue: Division Office of Batangas City Conference Hall
Speaker: Raymond Basilio, Secretary-General, ACT-Philippines, to discuss Public Sector
Unionism and Updates on Legislative Agenda of ACT Teachers Party-List
Division of Batangas Province

1. All Officers of Batangas Public School Teachers, Employees and Retirees Association
2. All District President in the Division of Batangas Province
Division of Batangas City

Batangas City Public School Teachers And Employees Association (BCPSTEA)


Batangas City Chapter, Batangas City
1. Francisco M. Perez
2. Carmelita Abag
3. Paciencia L. Macatangay
4. Paz G.Chavez
S. Ponciana Arevalo
6. Dennis Arcega
7. Efren Guinoban
8. Victoria Fababier
9. Carlito Bagon
10. Lea C. Aquino
11. Montana B. Dela Roca
12. Demetria Andal
13. Yolanda Banaag
14. Rosalina H. Panganiban
15. Edelyn Briones
16. Lolita Asi
17. Rosalinda Comia
18. Carmelita Abag
19. Rowena Asi
20. Lorna Ochoa
21. Guillerma Davalos
22. Norma M. Maderazo
23. Dennis Arcega
24. Marieta Macatangay
25. Elvira Dueas
26. Edita Espeleta
27. Efren Guinoban
28. Lorielyn Bool
29. Belinda Gayapanao
30. Santa Arada
Division of Lipa City

1. Rosalinda Nishikawa, Jose K. Obando MS


2. Aurora S Lina, Sico ES
3. Albert Levida, Don Leon Dolor
4. Nelson Zara, Pedro Malabanan MS
5. Roldan Lumbera, Sto Nino ES
6. Paterno Fadriguela, Maria Kalaw Katigbak MS
7. Adelia Orsos, Padre Valerio MS
8. Fely Morada
9. Edgardo Mercado
10. Allan Malaluan, Sen Claro M Recto MS
11. Alvin Sabido, Lipa City NHS
Division of Tanuan City

1. All officers of Tanuan City Public School Teacher Association


2. All District Presidents in the Division of Tanuan City
ACT-Region IV-A Union

1. Alvin Fuentes, Pedro Guevarra MNHS, Division of Laguna Province

QUEZON PROVINCE LIST OF ATTENDEES

Date: March 17, 2017, Friday


Time: 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P. M.
Venue: Division Office of Quezon Province Conference Hall
Speakers: Legislative Agenda- Rep. France L. Castro, ACT Teachers Party-List
Publi Sector Unionism- Raymond Basilio, Secretary-General, ACT-Philippines
Division of Quezon Province

1. All Officers of Quezon Public School Teachers Association


2. All District Presidents in the Division of Quezon
Division of Lucena City

1. All Officers of Quezon Public School Teachers Association


2. All District Presidents in the Division of Quezon
Division of Tayabas City

1. All Officers of Quezon Public School Teachers Association


2. All District Presidents in the Division of Quezon
ACT-Region IV-A Union

1. Alvin Fuentes, Pedro Guevarra MNHS, Division of Laguna Province

RIZAL PROVINCE LIST OF ATTENDEES


Date: March 23, 2017, Thursday
Time: 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Venue: Division office of Rizal Province Conference Hall
Speakers: To discuss on Public Sector Unionism, Joselyn Martinez, President, ACT-NCR
Union
To discuss Legislative Agenda of ACT Teachers Party-List Mabel Caboboy, President, Quezon
City Public School Teachers Association
Division of Rizal Province

RIZAL PUBLIC MENTORS ASSOCIATION, INC


President: Vidal F. Mendoza
Chairman, Teachers' Welfare: Agapito M. Caritativo
ACT-Region IV-A Union

1. Alvin Fuentes, Pedro Guevarra MNHS, Division of Laguna Province


2. Roberto A. Boco, Kasigiahan Viii ES, Division of Rizal

LAGUNA PROVINCE LIST OF ATTENDEES

Date: March 24, 2017, Friday


Time: 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Venue: Division Office of Sta. Rosa Conference Hall
Speaker: To discuss the Legislative Agenda of ACT Teachers Party-List- Rep. France L. Castro
To discuss Publi Sector Unionism- Raymond Basilio, Secretary-General, ACT-Philippines
Division of Laguna Province

1. Manuel A. Garcia
2. Romeo P Pena
3. Raul A. Jarapiasan
4. Walfredo 0. Herradura
5. Cesar C Crisostomo
6. Pacita M. Uy
7. Serafia N Castillo
8. Wanda N Morales
9. Sofia J Alvero
10. Merlita B Montaibo
11. Ronaido G. Cambel
12. Joel D Capistrano
13. Fiordeiiza D Yamo
14. Fe Sj Mendoza Bods
Ronaido Cambel
Division of Calamba City

Calamba City Public School Teachers


1. President: Leonardo R. Bello
2. Vice-President: Emmanuel B. Caneba
3. Officers:
4. Amelita R. Marco
5. Rogelio 0. Hernandez
6. Bernardo Jun S. Leron
7. Ilexis A. Estenor
8. Ervin M. Lucido
9. Julieta S. Alcantara
10. Jonnnei A. Bediones
Division of Sta. Rosa City

1. All Officers of Sta. Rosa City Public School Teacher Association


2. All District Presidents in the Division of Sta. Rosa City
Division of San Pablo City

San Pablo City Teacher AssociatiOn


1. President: Reginald Christian Garcia
2. Vice-President: Joel Bigalme
3. Secretary: Reden Mercado
4. Treasurer: Conchita Martinez
5. Auditors: Dante Araneta/Arlene BriOn Business Managers: Louie Policarpio/WiisOn
MendOza
6. PROs: BObby Roda/Juris Samsaman
7. Board Members of 7 Districts:
8. Rhodora Reyes (Sto. Angel)
9. Rosemarie Bondad (Dapdapan)
10. Nilo Portinto (Fule Almeda)
11. Mandrade Manalo (Del Remedio)
12. Minerva Rosales (Lakeside)
13. Rommel Ladislao (Ambray)
14. Sarah Moncada (San Francisco)
15. Annie Marie Pill, Sto. Angel NHS
16. Ryan Joaquin, San Jose NHS
17. Heinrich Yason, SPC Science HS
ACT-Region IV-A Union

1. Alvin Fuentes, Pedro Guevarra MHS, Division of Laguna


2. Ronaldo Escobido, San Jose NHS, Division of San Pablo

CAVITE PROVINCE LIST OF ATTENDEES


Date: March 29, 2017, Wednesday
Time: 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Venue: Division Office of Cavite Province Conference Hall
Speaker: To discuss Legislative Agenda of ACT Teachers Party-List and on Public Sector
Unionism, Benjamin Valbuena, National Chairperson, ACT-Philippines
Division of Cavite Province

Cavite School Teachers And Employees Association, Inc.


1. Pres. Mr. Roman Salazar
2. V.P Mr. Gerardo Umali
3. Sec. Mrs. Edith Sapanta
4. Trea. Mrs. Teresita Rodrin
5. Auditor Mrs. Lourdes Noveno
6. P.R.O Mrs. Aida Narvaes
7. Board of Trustees
8. Mrs. Margie Animas
9. Mrs. Nieves Bantog
10. Mrs. Miriam lgtiban
11. Mrs. Magdaleno Lubigan
12. Mr. Edwin Lucero
13. Mrs. Eden Reyes
14. Mrs. Digna Romasanta
15. Mrs. Aidalyn Tandoc
16. Mrs. Milagros Torres
All District Presidents in the Division of Cavite Province
Division of Bacoor City

Bacoor City Teachers Association (BCTA)


1. Francis De Castro - San Nicolas ES
2. All Officers of Bacoor City Teachers Association
3. All District Presidents of Bacoor City Teachers Association
Division of Cavite City
Ciudad De Cavite Public School Teachers, Employees, And Retirees Association
1. President: Rodelia Frias
2. Vice-President: Rikki Robledo
3. Secretary: Charmaine Esteban
4. Treasurer: Myra Suan
5. Auditor: Divina Fe Villanueva
6. PRO Ellen Zapanta
Division of Dasmarinas City
1. President: Emelita Escalante. -

2. Vice-President: Arlene Silla-

3. Secretary: Ronnie Palacao - b'


4. Treasaurer: Lilybeth Vidal - t P
5. Press Information Officer: Daisy Crema -

Division of us Cit

IMUS CITY TEACHERS AND EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION


1. President: Rosalie R. Francisco
2. Vice-President (ES): Manuel R.
3. Vice-Pesident (HS): Evangeline E. Martinez
4. Secretary: Sheryl T. Labuguin
S. Treasurer: Mildred I. Gabuat
6. Auditor: Christycile J. Dudas
7. Business Manager 1: Nathaniel C. Pang an
8. Business Manager 2: Ureano R. Guinolong,Jr.
9. PRO (ES): Arly V. Flores
10. PRO (HS): Petronilo D. Reyes
ACT-Region IV-A Union
1. Alvin Fuentes, Pedro Guevarra MHS, Division of Laguna Province
2. Maricel Herrera, Bacoor NHS, Division of Bacoor
3. Myla Del Rosario, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo NHS, Division of Imus City
4. Ma. Soledad V. Lucena, Sta. Cristina ES, Division of Dasmarinas City '

5. Violeta Damasco, Sta. Cristina ES, Division of Dasmarinas City '

6. Marife Benato, San Miguel ES, Division of Dasmarinas City


7. Rodolfo Baod, Division of Dasmarinas City .4
DRAFT PROGRAM

ACT TEACHERS PARTY-LIST TEACHERS' CONSULTATION

PROGRAMME

Welcome Remarks .......................................................................................

Intermissionnumber ...................................................................................

Introduction of the speaker .........................................................................

LegislativeUpdates .....................................................................................

Public Sector Unionism Updates ...............................................................

OpenForum ....................................................................................

ClosingRemarks ........................................................................................................

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