Can I get Form 137 from DepEd?

Can I get Form 137 from DepEd?

1. The Department of Education (DepEd) issues the enclosed Guidelines on the Transfer of Learners’ School Records, which establishes standard processes and protocols on the request, and release of learners’ Form 137 (Permanent Record) and Form 138 (Report Card) in all public schools nationwide.

Can I get another copy of Form 137?

ADMISSION & ISSUANCE Form 137-A would be issued only twice. Second issuance of Form 137 is subject for evaluation.

What is the difference between Form 137 and Form 138?

Form 137, known as the permanent record, contains the learners profile and historical academic record, and Form 138 or the Report Card, shows the academic performance of a learner in a given school year.

What is permanent record Form 137?

Form 137 is known as the Learner’s Permanent Record. It contains the learner’s profile and the historical academic and co-curricular records.

Is SF10 and Form 137 the same?

School Form 10 Learner’s Permanent Academic Record (SF10) The Permanent Record commonly known as Form 137 was renamed to Learner’s Permanent Academic Record or SF10. To simplify the format and content, SF10 will only bear the DepEd official logo and seal.

How do you get Form 137?

The SDO of requesting party’s last school shall automatically be notified regarding the request They shall obtain the Form 137 from the school last attended or prepare the Certificate of Completion or Non-completion based on the School Form 5 records in the SDO and sends the requested document to the SDO where the …

How can I get Form 137?

How do I get my form 137?

To ensure ease of use and lessen technical difficulties, the ECR and Form 137 were created using a basic spreadsheet file. SHS teachers can download it for free from the DepEd official website: www.deped.gov.ph/resources/downloads and from the Learner Information System (LIS) website: www.lis.deped.gov.ph/help.

What’s in the Form 137?

There are two basic school records that show the learner’s profile and academic and extra-curricular standings: Form 137, known as the Permanent Record, which contains the learner’s profile and historical academic record, and Form 138 or the Report Card which shows the academic performance of a learner in a given …

Who will use SF10?

The new Form 137 (SF10) shall be used by the present Grades 1-2 and Grades 7-8. All other Grades shall use the old/existing Form 137 until the learner completes elementary/ junior high school level.