Frequently Asked Questions
We are not from Las Pinas. Can we enroll our child?
Yes! That is one advantage of distance learning. Wherever you are, we can give you access to education.
What is the youngest age you accept?
For school year 2020-2021, the youngest we are accepting is 3 years old which is Nursery. The cut-off for the age is September.
When is the first day of school?
Our classes for school year 2020-2021 will start on August 17, 2020.
When is the deadline for enrollment?
The deadline for enrollment is on Friday, July 31, 2020, or until slots last.
Are we going to use textbooks?
Yes, both programs will be using text books for the major subjects only.
What is the schedule for the virtual classes in the E-Learning Program?
Available classes are morning and afternoon, you will be asked which one your prefer in the enrollment form. Classes will be 3 to 4 times a week, approximately 2 hours per class, depending on the grade level. The younger the level, the shorter the time for the virtual classes because we need to consider the screen time of the children. We will follow the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommendation on screen time limit for children.
Students are not going to face the screen all the day. Virtual classes will only be done during discussions, live demos, activities for social engagement and recitation. The rest of the time we will have recorded videos and uploaded activities that the students may access in their own time. They may opt to print the uploaded school work and do it in their own time.
What will the students do when they have no virtual class for the day?
They will still have to log-in our virtual school and accomplish the school work the teacher intended for the students for that day which may be done independently by the student.
How will assessments be given?
There are plenty of different types of assessment tools that may be given, it can be through an exam or output-based. It will still be the teacher who will deliver the assessment.
The Department of Education will also provide an assessment tool for every distance learning mode that schools will use for grading the students.
Can we access the virtual school in our own time?
Yes! Access to the learning portal is an advantage because you may do online activities and study in your own time. The students may review or even do advance learning using the recorded lessons and other available resources in the virtual school. They may also enjoy educational games and daily challenges using their Koobits!
What are the skills that my child will learn in distance learning?
The Department of Education modified the learning competencies required for the students for each leavel, we will focus on the Most Essential Learning Competencies (MELC)
Are you going to do distance learning all throughout the school year?
Yes. We want the children to stay home where they are safe. We will follow distance learning for the whole school year.
How many students do you accept in a class?
We want to ensure the quality and efficiency of our virtual classes which is why we are only accepting 10 students per class.
I am new to this and have no idea. How can I assist my child?
Don't worry, SCLC will provide recorded trainings, demos and a step-by-step guide to assist you in distance learning. We will continue to work closely with the parents for the success of our efforts in distance learning. We will also have a stand-by support team that you may contact any time during working hours.
Are you accredited by DepEd?
We are a DepEd-recognized school. All enrollees this school year in both distance learning programs are valid and official. If they pass all the necessary academic requirements to move-up the next level, then they will be able to do so.