Ahead of the public school enrollment (PPDB) 2021 on June 7 to August 1, the North Jakarta administration has set up PPDB posts in a number of locations.
We hope that everything will go smoothly so children can get the school they want
North Jakarta PPDB 2021 Executing Unit Chairwoman, Sri Rahayu Subekti stated that PPDB preparations in North Jakarta were going well.
"PPDB posts have been prepared since May 24. We have also started pre-registration until June 4," she expressed, Wednesday (5/2).
She adde d there were three posts at the city level and in two areas. It opened at 8 AM to 4 PM.
She went on to say that those posts in question were PPDB Information posts at Block R of North Jakarta Mayor Office, SMAN 40 Jakarta for North Jakarta Education Region I Sub-agency (Tanjung Priok Sub-district, Pademangan, and Penjaringan) and SMPN 30 Jakarta for North Jakarta Education Region II Sub-agency (Cilincing, Koja and Kelapa Gading sub-disricts).
She ensured the widest possible disclosure of information in this service. It was implemented through the operation of the PPDB post and opening the PPDB information service via call center at telephone numbers 081315176126 and 087798995799 (North Jakarta I) and 082127073541 and 082112352731 (North Jakarta II). Further information could also be accessible at https://ppdb.jakarta.go.id.
It would start from the achievement path (academic and non-academic) which became a priority for prospective new students. Then, the zoning path, the affirmation path (low economic families) and the transfer of duties of parents and teachers' children.
"So, in one month, registration is opened first for the achievement path, followed by zoning, affirmations, and finally, the transfer of duties of parents and teachers' children," she uttered.
She also advised parents to conduct intense communication with elements of the local community who already had PPDB 2021 materials, such as teachers, school principals, community leaders, PKK Team, Dasawisma cadres, education partners, and local regional officials. It included utilizing the post and call center provided by the committee.
According to her, the most important thing was the parents prioritized the independence of their children to choose schools.
"We've created a tight network thus communication does not break and can be understood by parents to get information as accurate as possible. We hope that everything will go smoothly so children can get the school they want," she hoped.