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DepEd Valenzuela shall in the pursuit of DepEd’s mission, be dedicated to serve with SEAL of Excellence, to provide equity and opportunity for diverse learners and to seek for desirable traits and academic excellence.

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This website is set up as a support system to keep our city officials, school officials, stakeholders, teachers, parents, and students informed about our strong commitment to promote quality basic education for all.

As the Schools Head of Andres Mariano Elementary School, I have high hopes that this website will serve as an important venue for sharing accurate data for benchmarking, basic performance indicators, and other essential information with our visitors and broader academic community that we are serving. Likewise, this site features our Citizen’s Charter which clearly articulates the values of promoting quality service, social responsibility and high sense of professionalism in dealing with our clients. Different locally-initiated programs, projects and activities that speak much of the division’s focus in the pursuit of excellent delivery of basic education services are likewise included.

Further, as our way of responding to the emerging concerns about the performance of our organization in translating policies into results, we welcome the ideas and opinions of everyone, who care deeply about education.The small effort of each one combines to a great contribution towards the improvement of our system. Our only aspiration is that, we all push the same cart at the same time in the same direction. After all, we became more effective, if instead of fighting alone, we get others to fight along with us against the threats of mediocrity and complacency.

In behalf therefore of the entire Andres Mariano, I welcome all visitors to our website with extreme gladness.

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#WALANGPASOK
Due to the ash fall and expected effects brought by the eruption of #TaalVolcano,
classes in Valenzuela City are suspended, ALL LEVELS, both public and private schools, tomorrow, January 13, 2020.
Stay indoors and wear dust masks when going out.


#WalangPasok

Classes in ALL LEVELS, both public and private schools in Valenzuela City, will remain suspended tomorrow, Tuesday, December 3, 2019, due to Tropical Storm Signal #2 brought by #TisoyPH.


In anticipation of the imminent water interruption in Metro manila, including Valenzuela, please be advised to take all necessary measures to ensure cleanliness and sanitation of comfort rooms. Moreover, make sure of the availability of adequate potable water for drinking, and water for handwashing.

Office of the Schools Division Superintendent


From Dr. Benjamin D. Samson, CESE, OIC-SDS
Dahil sa sama ng panahon at tuloy-tuloy na pagulan minabuti po ng secretariat ng National Educators Summit na hindi ituloy an gating aktibidad ngayong araw para matiyak ang kaligtasan ng bawat isa. Ipagmaumanhin po ninyo. Pls help us disseminate this info to all concerned participants.


Mayor REX Gatchalian declares NO CLASSES in ALL LEVELS, public and private schools in Valenzuela City, tomorrow, September 12, 2017, due to Tropical Depression #MaringPH. #WalangPasok


Mayor REX Gatchalian declares NO CLASSES in ALL LEVELS, both public and private schools (including OLFU) in Valenzuela City, today, Tuesday, August 22, 2017, due to the inclement weather condition brought about by tropical storm Isang


Mayor REX Gatchalian declares all classes at all levels, public and private, will resume tomorrow, July 31, except in the following schools which will remain suspended due to floodwaters, as recommended by DepEd Valenzuela and school principals, and CSWDO-ECCD and Daycare teachers:

Daycare:

1. Pasolo
2. Malanday
3. Isla
4. Mabolo
5. Coloong
6. Palasan
7. Dalandanan Esteban
8. Pulo
9. Rincon
10. Pariancillo Villa
11. Arkong Bato
12. Tagalag
13. Balangkas

Elementary Schools
1. A. Fernando ES
2. Isla ES
3. Pio Valenzuela ES
4. Coloong ES
5. A. Deato ES
6. Tagalag ES
7. Pasolo ES

High Schools

1. Polo NHS
2. Malanday HS 

source: Valenzuela City Government facebook page


NO CLASSES in Pre-school to Senior High School, both public and private schools, tomorrow, July 28, 2017.

From the office of City Mayor Rex Gatchalian.


NO CLASSES in Pre-school to Senior High School, both public and private schools, tomorrow, July 27, 2017, due to Habagat and tropical storm.

From the office of City Mayor Rex Gatchalian.


07-26-17

As per instruction of City Mayor Rex Gatchalian, classes from kinder to high school, public  and private, are suspended.


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