On the bright side, sophomore year 's homework wasn 't as vigorous as senior year. I have found myself not caring too much about my grades this year and missing more school than I ever could have imagined. Although I have faced these struggles, I made better use of my planner when I did miss school. I only used my planner for my senior English class, because it was the class with the most work.
My Senior Year of High School
DepEd Guidelines for Senior High School Work Immersion - DEPED TAMBAYAN
Through community involvement, the DepEd offers venues for various stakeholders to participate in the implementation of RA The Work Immersion Program is a part of Senior High School curriculum consisting of 80 hours of hands-on experience or work simulation which the Grades 11 and 12 students will undergo. This document describes the Work Immersion Program and how students, schools and stakeholders may benefit from their participation. The Work Immersion Program is one the course requirements for graduation.
As a requirement for graduation in Senior High School particularly in grade 12, we have to have a complete hour work immersion OJT in college on the company or working establishments we are assigned in. My school is the one who chose working establishments through a letter and some processes. January 8, marks the first day of our work immersion. Our schedule was am to pm so I have to wake up at am and leave our house at am.
Examples of work immersion venues include offices, factories, shops and project sites. The first meaning refers to a required SHS subject in the curriculum. The second meaning refers not to a subject but to a preferred mode of delivery of Tech-Voc subjects. Let us take the first meaning — immersion as a subject in the curriculum. No person shall work or be engaged as apprentice unless he is at least sixteen years of age, has completed the high school course or such course or courses as the Secretary of Labor may prescribe.