DO 15, s. 1990 – On Simple and Inexpensive Graduation Rites
March 12, 1990
DO 15, s. 1990
On Simple and Inexpensive Graduation Rites
To: Bureau Directors
Presidents, State Colleges and Universities
Heads of Private Schools, Colleges and Universities
Vocational School Superintendents/Administrators
- Due to the economic difficulties besetting the country today, all school heads are advised to hold simple and inexpensive graduation rites. Attention of school officials is called to observe the following:
- No excessive contribution should be charged from graduating students or their parents for supposed expenses for stage decorations, ribbons, snacks, sound system, lights, diplomas, medals and other miscellaneous but unnecessary items.
- No expensive graduation balls should be held in five-star hotels of exclusive restaurants compelling graduating students to participate and contribute additional and excessive amounts.
- Any contributions already collected from graduating students and/or parents or guardians, whether voluntary or compulsory, for alleged expenses for these graduation balls should be reimbursed provided the amounts already expended are properly audited.
- Immediate dissemination of this Order is urgently requested.
(SGD) ISIDRO D. CARIÑO
Reference: MECS Order: No. 15, s. 1987
Allotment: 1-2-3-4–(M.O. 1-87)
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