GDOE high schools to begin Eskuelan Puengi on October 25

Guam Department of Education (PNC file photo)

The Guam Department of Education (GDOE) would like to announce that the fall session for Eskuelan Puengi (Night School) for high school students will begin Monday, October 25, 2021. Eskuelan Puengi (EP) is designed as a credit recovery program for students in grades 9 through 12 who lack 0.5 or more credits. This program supports motivated students to earn credits in order to remain on track for graduation. Courses for advancement will be offered but course selection is limited.

Eskuelan Puengi will combine synchronous and asynchronous instruction for online and in-person instruction. Synchronous instruction, via in-person or online, will occur for at least one hour on the student’s designated cohort days. Asynchronous instruction and assistance will be scheduled during the week. Students and parents/guardians may address matters of accommodations with teachers.

The fall session of Eskuelan Puengi will be divided into two five-week sessions:

Session A:

Session B:

Monday, October 25, 2021 to

Friday, November 26, 2021

Monday, November 29, 2021 to

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Interested students should contact their respective school counselors for more information on the registration process and courses being offered.  The following list provides the contact numbers for high schools offering Eskuelan Puengi courses:

George Washington High School

(671) 734-2911

John F. Kennedy High School

(671) 642-2100

Okkodo High School

(671) 300-1870

Simon Sanchez High School

(671) 635-2313

Southern High School

(671) 479-2103

Tiyan High School

(671) 300-5570

For additional information about the Eskuelan Puengi program, you may also contact Mr. Joshua Blas at, (671) 300-1254.

“This activity is administered by the Guam Department of Education (GDOE) – Federal Programs Division/ Grants Office and funded by the U.S. Department of Education – Consolidated Grant to the Outlying Areas, Education Stabilization Fund II – State Educational Agency (ESF II-SEA) and the American Rescue Plan Outlaying Areas State Educational Agency (ARP-OA SEA).”