SK ab­sen­tees and the re­form law

Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro - - Opinion -

two con­sec­u­tive SK meet­ings or piles up four-day ab­sences in 12 months. Re­moval of the SK chair­per­son who aban­dons his work, which in­cludes con­ven­ing the Katipunan ng Ka­bataan (KK) as­sem­bly or the SK ses­sion, draft­ing the youth de­vel­op­ment pro­gram and the youth in­vest­ment pro­gram, and other man­age­ment tasks. in a pub­lic school, ex­emp­tion from civic ser­vice train­ing, in­surance cov­er­age, etc.

And to boost their sense of well-be­ing and im­por­tance: SK of­fi­cers are con­sid­ered “per­sons in au­thor­ity.” You as­sault an SK of­fi­cer, you as­sault some­one like a barangay cap­tain or a cop.

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