The Department of Education DepEd reveals the new design of Uniform for Teaching and Non-Teaching Personnel.
There will be four new sets of DepEd national uniform designs for teaching and two new national uniform designs for non-teaching personnel starting the transition period of the
School Year (SY) 2021-2022.
DepEd Uniform Schedule
Monday Uniform DepEd- Design A
Here is the Uniform for teaching personnel on Mondays. For females, it’s the olive green blouse with the Charcoal Gray Pants. While for males is the Moss color polo with the Charcoal gray pants.
Tuesday Uniform DepEd- Design B
Tuesday Uniform for Deped Teaching Personnel is Design B which is Light Clay Blouse and Midnight Blue pants for females while Crystal teal polo and midnight blue pants for males.
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DepEd Uniform Wednesday- Design C
For Wednesday, teaching personnel shall wear a light gray pattern blouse and charcoal gray pants for females and Light brown polo with charcoal gray pants for males.
DepEd Uniform Wednesday- Design D
For Thursday, the female teaching personnel uniform schedule is the light blue blouse with midnight blue pants. while male teaching personnel is the light blue polo with midnight blue pants.
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Non Teaching Personnel Uniform Schedule
DepEd Memorandum No 16 s 2021
In accordance with Deped Memorandum No.016 s 2021, (GUIDELINES ON THE NEW DEPED NATIONAL UNIFORM FOR TEACHING AND NON-TEACHING PERSONNEL) the SY 2021-2022 shall be considered a “transition period” to allow ample time for employees to prepare and purchase a new set of prescribed uniforms. To facilitate the transition period, employees can still wear their old uniforms this coming SY 2021-2022. But starting SY 2022- 2023, all teaching and non-teaching personnel shall wear the prescribed new set of uniforms.
Teachers have a P6,000 clothing allowance for this year and another 6,000 pesos for the next year. The Uniform allowance will be released starting April 5, 2021, according to DepEd.
The following personnel are exempted from wearing the prescribed uniforms:
a. School officials who occupy third level positions in the Career Executive Service (CES)
b. Medical and Dental staff who shall wear their profession’s uniforms;
c. Janitors, utility, and maintenance personnel who shall wear appropriate working attire;
d. Legal officers, i.e. lawyers/attorneys, whose nature of work requires a different dress code;
e. Teaching and non-teaching personnel with physical disabilities and
other legitimate health reasons;
f. Pregnant employees who shall wear maternity dresses during their period of pregnancy; and
g. Teaching and non-teaching personnel who are in mourning may wear the appropriate mourning clothes.
See the PDF of Deped Memorandum No 16 s 2021 below: