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S HO I P OE E T L NS ) C OLM VM P A ( I R N P 20 – 01 08 21 I. A. SCHOOL VISION/MISSION/GOAL/OBJECTIVES/SCHOOL LOGO VISION A school that cares in producing graduates who are God-loving, morally and mentally upright, highly competent that can participate actively and contribute towards the building of decent and productive society. MISSION To provide quality basic education that is equitably accessible to all and to lay foundation for life-long learning and service for common goals. GOAL San Isidro Elementary School is primarily concerned with producing God-loving, morally and mentally upright and highly competent graduates who are equipped with relevant and responsive education and moral values through quality instruction.



OBJECTIVES Towards the realization of the school’s vision and mission, San Isidro Elementary School strives to: 1. Nurture an academic atmosphere that provides for the acquisition of basic knowledge and the development of independent critical thinking skills through curricular programs guided by moral rectitude and social responsibility that are attuned to societal needs and trends; 2. Develop competence in oral and written communication skills as basic tools for further learning through instructional media materials supported by highly competent faculty, that will enhance teaching-learning process; 3. Inculcate love of country, civic consciousness, desirable habits, attitudes, and values essential for personal development and the willingness to serve the society thereby contribute to civilization. 4. Participate in the promotion of sustainable community development programs toward self-reliance, instilled with the genuine concern of improving the quality of life of the people, especially the poor and powerless; 5. Empower the teachers with relevant trainings for professional growth and development and full utilization of the school’s resources. E. SCHOOL LOGO The symbolic design of San Isidro Elementary School is emblazoned with several curved lines edging the logo symbolizing the existence of life and external influences that affects it. At the center of the logo is an open book (symbolizes knowledge) and a lighted torch (whose flame kept on burning which symbolizes the incessant enlightenment) back grounded by glaring rays and laurels (the highly competent graduates of the school) encompasses the ideals and ambitions aspired for through the educative process; encased by a singular circle embodies the unending provision of quality basic education.


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Beyond it is the bold printed name of the school and the City of Naga, enclosed by two more circles which symbolize the cosmic endeavors of the school and its stakeholders. II. OVERALL DESCRIPTION/PROFILE OF THE COMMUNITY AND THE SCHOOL A. HISTORY AND OVERALL DESCRIPTION OF THE COMMUNITY HISTORY OF BARANGAY SAN ISIDRO San Isidro is a small rural barangay on the eastern part of Naga City, some 11 km lying at the foot of Mt. Isarog. It is bounded on the North by Barangay Cararayan and Pacol, on the South by Barangay Carolina and on the West is Barangay Del Rosario. The land area is 300 hectares of agricultural land devoted to sugarcane, rice, corn, coconut, root crops, fruit trees and vegetables. It is populated by people mostly engaged in farming. Based on stories of some old folks of the Barangay, San Isidro was part of Barrio Conception Grande prior to year a947 it was called “Badang” meaning “Kaingin”. Early inhabitants of the place were immigrants from the province of Albay, the Municipalities of Tigaon, Nabua, Iriga and Milaor. These early settlers were mostly brought in the early 1920s by Landowners Manuel Zaens Sr. and Esteban Hidalgo Sr. to cultivate their newly acquired vast track of lands while they as the landowners are living in the town of Naga. In 1927, Vicente F. Hidalgo, the eldest son of the elder Hidalgo had constructed a big house on the western portion of his fathers land and commonly called “sim” by the settlers, meaning G.I sheets for its roof was made of such material, the only one of its kind during that time since all dwellings existing throughout the locality were made of light materials and cogon roofings. Vicente being the respected leader of his “taoans” (settlers of their land) and the “sim” became their gathering place. Every 7th of May a Novena of Sta.Cruz is sung in the chapel constructed just beside the “sim” and on the day before the 9 th night a priest from Naga is invited by the elder Hidalgo to officiate mass at the Chapel. The priest accompanied by a guide had to walk from Barangay Palestina upward crossing Yabo River and travel a distance of 1.5 km. before reaching the chapel. Then the serving of foods and drinks of “tuba” (sap of coconut) and “lambanog” (coconut wine) follows. In the evening, just after the singing of the 9 th prayer a “baraylihan” (local dance) followed, assisted by two-men string band (violin and guitar) playing “Pantomina” and other local tunes. The affair became a yearly gathering of the settlers not just of the Hidalgo’s but other settlers from the nearby land of Zaens. The affair continued even Vicente, who was assigned to work in Negros, was absent. In the 1930s the settlers had chosen a new leader by the name of Bernardo Almonte, a settler. As the eastern part of the land was cultivated by inflow of settlers, there was clamour to move the location of chapel a kilometer eastward in order to accommodate more people to participate to the yearly affair, the chosen place being the place of the leader and site of a number of houses constructed near each other.

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Since all of the inhabitants are engaged in farming, they have decided to adopt San Isidro Labrador as their Patron Saint and celebrate its yearly barrio fiesta every 15th of May. At that time inhabitants having their own chapel and Patron Saint to celebrate, they have decided to cease participating with the religious activities of Barrio Concepcion Grande. During this period, a petition to create a barrio was initiated by the residents. In 1948, the town of Naga became a chartered City and the petition of the inhabitants was to separate from Barrio Concepcion Grande and create a new barrio: Barrio San Isidro came into being and its name was derived from its Patron Saint. In the same year, a primary school was constructed out of light materials enrolling Grade I and II pupils only. The school building was constructed on a 2-hectare lot donated by Atanasia F. Hidalgo, the widow of Esteban Hidalgo Sr. The location of the school site is east of the Chapel called “lantad” meaning cultivated, one kilometre upward. In the same year the inhabitants moved near the chapel to a site facing the school site separated only by the Palestina-Carolina trail. This was done for the purpose of grouping the structures in a common place where people may gather together for religious, cultural, educational and political activities. Their new site became the present Centro of San Isidro and now called Barangay San Isidro. It has 7 political subdivisions having a total of 378 households. Its present leader is Punong Barangay Corazon SA. Rabosa. Her administration is assisted by 7 Kagawads, 1 SK Chairman, 1 Treasurer and a Secretary. The Barangay owns 2,222 sq. m. lot where the Barangay Hall, Tanod Outpost, Health Center, two Day Care Centers, Barangay Talipapa (under repair), public comfort rooms, Multipurpose Hall, Outdoor Stage, Basketball Court, Barangay Chapel and small nursery are situated. To maintain Peace and Order, the Barangay Council is backed up by Barangay Tanod equipped with communication gadgets, flashlights and other surveillance paraphernalia. On the economic aspect, the barangay proper has 23 sari-sari stores offering different services such as consumer goods, school supplies, medicines, fuels, foods and other related services. San Isidro has a multi-function cooperative with 3 members offering services such as trading, rice and corn milling, feed formulating, warehousing, selling of consumer goods, postal box service, savings and loans operation, solar drying facilities and having different branches at nearby towns. On Education, San Isidro has 3 schools Educare, 1 Alternative Children’s Learning Centre called St. Louise School established by Universidad De Sta Isabel and an Elementary School offering complete elementary subjects and computer sets for Basic computer Education. On Religious Aspect, San Isidro has 1 Barangay Chapel wherein a regular mass on Sundays and Holidays is celebrated. Church Leaders are active and back up by Christian Youth Organization. LIST OF BARANGAY LEADERS ( 1930-present ) 1. Bernardo Almonte 2. Bernardo Mirador 3. Modesto Abrera 4. Miguel Sumayao 5. Juan Briñes Page 3 of 19 6. Tranquilino Caceres 7. Procopio Nacario Sr. 8. Constancio Revilla 9. Francisco Rull 10. Pablo Jornales 11. Jesus Bicaldo 12. Jose Ellacanao 13. Pablo Jornales 14. Vicente Q. Cerdon 15. Corazon SA. Rabosa

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SAN ISIDRO BARANGAY OFFICIALS Punong Barangay Barangay Kagawad Corazon SA. Rabosa Eugenio R. Felin Nolito R. Bicaldo Darwin B. Morte Vicente Q. Cerdon Melecio J. Bicaldo Agripina A. Pajaron Salvador M. Custodio Jenna A. Pajaron Melba T. Diaz Yolanda B. Pajaron

SK Chairman Secretary Treasurer

RESOLUTIONS PASSED WITH CONNECTION TO EDUCATION Resolution No. 07 s. of 2006 - Resolution appropriating the amount of Ten Thousand Pesos (Php 10,000.00) as Educational Aid in the Form of School Supplies to indigent pupils of San Isidro chargeable against SK FUND. Resolution No.11 s. of 2005- Resolution requesting the City Government of Naga to initiate the Establishment of Barangay High School at San Isidro, Naga City. BARANGAY PROFILE Name of Barangay: SAN ISIDRO Province: Camarines Sur A. Physical Situation: 1. Location Distance from City Proper 11 km Existing means of transportation: jeepneys, trimobile, private vehicles 2. Area and Political Subdivision: B. Socio-Economic Characteristics 1. Population Number of Persons: 2,093 2. Family Income and Occupation: Farmers, laborers, and animal caring are the major occupation of the head of the family earning in the range of Php 150 to Php 5,500 a month. Very few are government employees and teachers as their means of living and occupation. Number of Households: 378 No. of Sitios/Zone: Total Area: 7 300 has. Municipality: Naga City District: South

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NUMBER OF INDIVIDUALS AGE GROUP under 1 1-4 5-14 15-49 50-64 65-above TOTAL MALE 20 75 183 430 65 30 803 % 2.49 9.34 22.79 53.55 8.09 3.74 100 FEMALE 19 71 174 416 69 32 781 % 2.43 9.09 22.28 53.27 8.83 4.10 100 TOTAL RANK 39 146 357 846 134 62 1584 6 3 2 1 4 5

Source: City Health Office 1998 data 3. Education With regards to this aspect, majority of the residents reached Elementary level. The number and percentage obtained is actually higher of 65%. Only 18% reached school level, almost 5.26% graduated from vocational courses. Few were enrolled in Bachelor Courses. 4. Labor Segmentation LABOR GROUP Professional Vocational/Technical Laborer/Worker TOTAL NUMBER 13 26 295 334 PERCENTAGE 3.89 7.78 88.32 100 RANK 1 3 2

The labor force of the Barangay is 334. From ages 15-64, 3.89% or 13 are Professionals, 7.87 % or 26 are in Vocational and Technical field, 88.32 % or 295 focus on being a Laborer or Worker. C. Social Services 1. Health facilities: -Nutrition Center - Health Center - Barangay People Center 2. Educational Services -Day Care Center -Elementary School

3. Infrastructure Support Facilities -Most common type of dwelling unit: concrete -Most common source of drinking water: deep well and water work system - Available communication facilities: cell phones and telephone 4. Existing community based organizations -Rural Improvement Club -Farmers Cooperative - Youth Organizations - Senior Citizens Organization

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The San Isidro Elementary School is one of the farthest schools in the City of Naga located almost at the foot of Mt. Isarog which is about 11 km. away from the City proper. The school started when the land owner Esteban Hidalgo Sr. with his tenants and other barrio folks initiated to make a small chapel and at the same time a school so as the children will not be going to Concepcion Grande to attend Sunday Masses and schooling. With a big number of children to be nurtured in the place, Dr. Esteban Torres was assigned in the place to organize classes in the year 1945, utilizing the said chapel as school. There were only two teachers permanently teaching the children. In 1952 the PTA built a school building separated from the chapel and it was formally named as San Isidro Elem. School in the Division of Camarines Sur. Unfortunately the school building made from local materials were severely damaged by typhoon Trix. Until after the government gave aid for the construction of new concrete school building. So as the school would not be a squaterred according to the late Esteban Hidalgo Sr. and believing that the school could not be stopped for having a big number of school children enrolled year by year a portion of his land with an area of 19, 620 sq. m. donated to the City Government in the name of DECS with Tax declaration 96-024-0023. It was the heirs of Don Esteban Hidalgo Sr., after 30 years, formalized the donation on May 3, 1967, through a DONATION OF THE REAL PROPERTY INTER VIVOS to the City Mayor Vicente P. Sibulo of Naga City. On the 22nd Regular session of the 5th Municipal Board of the City of Naga on June 26, 1967, the board ratified the Deed of Donation through Resolution No. 28 and sealed officially the transfer of the property ownership. Buildings were built, and the school progressed during the succeeding years up to the present, having 11 buildings and 14 academic classrooms catering 531 pupils at present.

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School Heads in Succession School Year 1945-1946 1946-1950 1950-1951 1951-1962 1962- 5 mos. 1962-1964 1964-1969 1969-1970 1970-1972 1972-1973 1973-1974 1974-1975 1975-1976 1976 (1yr) 1976-1980 1980-1983 1983-1984 1984-1986 1986-1988 1988-1990 1990-1991 07-91-11-12-91 11-13-91-06-08-95 06-08-95-06-11-98 06-11-98-07-02-00 07-03-00-05-2003 05-24-03-05-21-06 05-22-06 to 06-10-08 06- -08 to present C. Name of School Head Dr. Esteban Torres Mr. Serafin Bartilet Ms. Concepcion Sanchez Mr. Domingo Ballares Mr. Francisco Aquino Mr. Arsenio Aquino Mr. Carlos Balmaceda Mr. Oscar Malanyaon Mrs. Gregoria Israel Mr. Jose Reniva Mrs. Soledad Dichoso Mrs. Taciana Hapal Mr. Pedro Pelonio Mr. Rodrigo Regaspi Mr. Rufino Cama Mr. Teodoro Palacio Mr. Jaime Borbor Mrs. Teodora Canton Mr. Francisco Romero Mrs. Ninfa Saballegue Mrs. Teodora Canton Mrs. Ninfa Saballegue Mr. Virgilio S. Salvador Mr. Rodolfo Francisco Mrs. Zenaida B. Salvador Dr. Teresita Irma S. Dy-Cok Mr. Francisco Leo J. Damasig Mr. Solomon R. Sales Mr. Noel A. Balares No. of Teachers 2 4 4 4 4 7 8 8 9 9 10 12 14 14 12 12 12 12 + 1U. W. -do-do-do-do-do13 + 1U. W. 14 + 1U. W. -do15 + 1U. W. -do-do-

SCHOOL PROFILE 1. PUPIL DEVELOPMENT a. ENROLMENT Enrollment Profile by Grade Level and Gender GRADE I II III IV V VI TOTAL MALE 62 52 38 48 39 30 269 FEMALE 52 53 37 41 41 38 262 TOTAL 114 105 75 89 80 68 531

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b. PERFORMANCE INDICATORS PERFORMANCE INDICATOR FOR THE LAST 3 YEARS INDICATOR Participation Rate Drop-out Rate Cohort Survival Rate Completion Rate SCHOOL PERFORMANCE 2005 – 2006 96% 2006 – 2007 97% 2007 – 2008 89% 2005 – 2006 2% 2006 – 2007 1.21% 2007 – 2008 .88% 2005 – 2006 77% 2006 – 2007 63% 2007 – 2008 72% 2005 – 2006 62% 2006 – 2007 59% 2007 – 2008 56% AVERAGE 94% 1.36% 70.67 % 59%

c. ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE i. DIVISION ACHIEVEMENT TESTS Grade Level Subject Area I II III IV V VI School Average 49.50 Grade Level Subject Area I II III IV V 2005 – 2006 English Math Science Filipino SK/HKS 51.52 59.88 40.46 57.97 46.41 40.75 50.5 1 42.7 2 46.7 3 46.6 3 38.5 5 39.0 7 44.0 4 71.00 68.54 38.54 61.53 43.86 46.08 47.50 67.00 69.57 61.79 54.76 65.44 71.13 61.04 62.34 58.37 41.21 46.79 54.67 54.35 43.82 54.59 49.7 6 51.5 8 55.1 3 52.1 6 45.55 55.10 43.72 48.61 42.00 45.94 43.76 51.00 EPP MSEP AVERAGE

2006 - 2007 English Math Science Filipino SK/HKS 63.44 58.0 52.00 67.73 8 46.49 39.9 64.27 60.49 2 50.15 44.0 45.26 66.83 51.54 3 65.42 61.8 29.82 54.65 59.88 2 57.19 42.4 33.57 64.54 68.34


MSEP AVERAGE 60.31 52.79 51.56

52.9 6 89.8

55.88 67.20 54.35 60.44

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VI School Average

52.72 55.90

3 44.0 2 48.3 8

43.32 37.99

72.40 62.45

76.14 64.02

2 66.6 8 69.8 2

75.12 61.49 66.07 57.80

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Grade Level Subject Area I

2007 - 2008 English Math Science Filipino SK/HKS 71.31 58.1 77.76 82.15 7 II 53.99 36.5 64.07 60.12 7 III 57.87 35.5 35.06 58.15 58.03 0 IV 76.07 58.4 44.94 77.79 62.95 0 V 47.52 45.1 53.43 61.16 56.09 2 VI 60.90 51.6 57.35 79.26 73.40 5 School Average 47.5 61.28 7 47.70 69.70 65.46


MSEP AVERAGE 72.35 53.69 48.92

76.6 2 66.6 9 83.5 6 75.6 2

52.94 64.24 55.52 55.08 71.02 68.16 59.83 61.02

COMPARATIVE RESULT FOR THE PAST 3 YEARS ENGLISH MATH SCIENCE FILIPINO SK/HKS EPP MSEP SCHOOL AVE 2005 - 2006 49.50 44.04 47.50 65.44 54.59 52.16 43.76 51.00 2006 - 2007 55.90 48.38 37.99 62.45 64.02 69.82 66.07 57.80 2007 - 2008 61.28 47.57 47.70 69.70 65.46 75.62 59.83 61.02
80.00 70.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 30.00 20.00 10.00 0.00

2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 2007 - 2008




ENGLISH Grade Level 2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 I 51.52 63.44 II 59.88 46.49 III 40.46 50.15 IV 57.97 65.42 V 46.41 57.19 VI 40.75 52.72

2007 - 2008 71.31 53.99 57.87 76.07 47.52 60.90

80.00 60.00 40.00 20.00 0.00 I II III IV V VI 2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 2007 - 2008

MATH Grade Level 2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 I 50.51 58.08 II 42.72 39.92 III 46.73 44.03

2007 - 2008 58.17 36.57 35.50

70.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 30.00 20.00 10.00 0.00 I II III IV V VI



2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 2007 - 2008

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______________________________________________________________________________ IV V VI 46.63 38.55 39.07 61.82 42.43 44.02 58.40 45.12 51.65

SCIENCE Grade Level 2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 I 0.00 0.00 II 0.00 0.00 III 38.54 45.26 IV 61.53 29.82 V 43.86 33.57 VI 46.08 43.32 2007 - 2008 0.00 0.00 35.06 44.94 53.43 57.35
70.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 30.00 20.00 10.00 0.00 I II III IV V VI

2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 2007 - 2008

FILIPINO Grade Level 2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 I 71.00 52.00 II 68.54 64.27 III 67.00 66.83 IV 69.57 54.65 V 61.79 64.54 VI 54.76 72.40

2007 - 2008 77.76 64.07 58.15 77.79 61.16 79.26

100.00 80.00 60.00 40.00 20.00 0.00 I II III IV V VI 2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 2007 - 2008

SK/HKS Grade Level 2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 I 71.13 67.73 II 62.34 60.49 III 41.21 51.54 IV 54.67 59.88 V 54.35 68.34 VI 43.82 76.14

2007 - 2008 82.15 60.12 58.03 62.95 56.09 73.40

90.00 80.00 70.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 30.00 20.00 1 0.00 0.00 I II III IV V VI 2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 2007 - 2008

EPP Grade Level 2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 I 0.00 0.00 II 0.00 0.00 III 0.00 0.00 IV 49.76 52.96 V 51.58 89.82 VI 55.13 66.68

2007 - 2008 0.00 0.00 0.00 76.62 66.69 83.56

100.00 80.00 60.00 40.00 20.00 0.00 I II III IV V VI 2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 2007 - 2008

MSEP Grade Level 2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 I 0.00 0.00 II 0.00 0.00 III 0.00 0.00

2007 - 2008 0.00 0.00 0.00

80.00 70.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 30.00 20.00 1 0.00 0.00 I II III IV V VI 2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 2007 - 2008

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______________________________________________________________________________ IV V VI 45.55 43.72 42.00 55.88 67.20 75.12 52.94 55.52 71.02


NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST 20072008 68.77 62.43 69.10 74.18 83.36 71.57

COMPARATIVE RESULTS OF THE NAT FOR 6 YEARS 200220032004200520062003 2004 2005 2006 2007 ENGLISH 35.60 52.58 54.36 44.37 68.77 SCIENCE 44.46 60.48 54.55 36.10 62.43 MATH 25.60 53.95 52.27 34.27 69.10 FILIPINO 60.42 49.63 74.18 HEKASI 71.86 35.87 83.25 TOTAL TEST 35.58 55.67 58.69 40.05 71.54
90.00 80.00 70.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 30.00 20.00 10.00 0.00 20022003 20032004 20042005 20052006 20062007 20072008 ENGLISH SCIENCE MATH FILIPINO HEKASI TOTAL TEST


SPECIAL PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS i. School Health and Nutrition Program

Deworming Day This was given twice a year for Grade I pupils conducted by the medical team of the Division, which started one month after the opening of classes. Dental Check-up and extraction This program of the school was also given emphasis to alleviate the sufferings of school age children of giving advice on how to maintain healthy and cavity-free teeth. Updates Pupils Health Records This is to monitor the health condition of the pupils and give immediate action on their health problem. 4. Supplementary Feeding 3. 2.


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The School is a recipient of the “Nutri Dunong” Milk Feeding for all below normal pupils. This milk feeding will be conducted by the school through the efforts of Local Government of Naga and the Land-O-Lakes as prime benefactor of milk.


Every Child A Reader Program (ECARP)

This is a program that should be implemented long ago so as to eradicate the nonreaders of the school. This is a national program of DepEd which imposes the NO-READ NO MOVE policy which means no pupil will be promoted in the next higher grade if she/ he cannot read. The school abides on this program, lettings the pupils be inside the classroom at 12:30 for their reading activity until 1:30 in the afternoon before the start of the regular class hours daily iii. Phil-IRI and SRA This program aims to assess the reading ability of the pupils as far as their reading skills and comprehension on the selection is concern. iv. Child Friendly School

The school is continuously moving on in the implementation of this program to participate and coincide with the objectives of the Naga City Government in the Annual Search for the National Winner for the Child Friendly City. Luckily the school was included in the list of schools in the City of Naga evaluated and rank first in the National Search S/Y 2006-2007. v. Special Events, Activities/ School Reports

Programs in school on the different celebrations were conducted to make the pupils aware and familiarized about it. Sports were also organized such as, volleyball, athletics, and contested/ participated in the district and division level contest. As a result, sportsmanship, camaraderie and competitiveness were developed among pupils. vi. Remedial Instruction

Different activities were done on the conduct of remedial instructions such as individual teaching for slow learners, enrichment instructions for fast learners using the workbook and follow up lesson. vii. Scouting

Unfortunately the BSP and GSP failed to participate in any encampment activity due to the failure of the pupils to pay the necessary amount for the expected expenses for the encampment and more so the school has no money to give aid to teacher scouts for the purpose. 2. TEACHER DEVELOPMENT Page 13 of 19

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a. SCHOOL PERSONEL AND POSITIONS The teachers as the main factor in the realization of the school vision were given the chance to attend seminars, training to enhance competencies and improve their effectiveness and efficiency in their task as teachers. Teachers were also given the chance to uplift their economic status through promotion from Teacher III to M.T 1 and M.T. I to M.T II position. TEACHER’S PROFILE Name of Teachers 1. Aguila, Karen Q. Residential Address Se x F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F M M Civil Status S M M M M S M M M M M M M M S M M Date of Birth 02-30-84 02-10-73 09-08-57 11-18-80 11-07-71 04-29-48 10-30-70 10-07-73 06-21-62 09-26-69 10-15-75 10-16-68 09-21-52 06-27-74 07-19-75 11-11-71 02-20-52

Block II Lot 16, KC Fraternal Homes, Concepcion Pequena, Naga City 2. Asico, Maria 45 Zone 3, San Miguel St., San Felipe, Naga Lourdes B. City 3. Caceres, Mercedita Zone 3, San Isidro, Naga City A. 4. De los Santos, Zone 3, San Isidro, Naga City Rebecca C. 5. Francisco, Zone 5, Matiwasay St., San Felipe, Naga City Luwalhati T. 6. Moran, Corazon B. 99 San Francisco, Magarao, Cam. Sur 7. Morata, Imelda T. Villa Obiedo Subd. San Rafael, Cararayan, Naga City 8. Nacario, Jennifer Zone 3, San Isidro, Naga City F. 9. Naval, Marilou L. 10 Talisay St. Sta. Cruz, Naga City 10. Osabal, Maria 2210 Progress Homes Subd. Del Rosario, Verly N. Taculod, Canaman, C.S. 11. Padayao, Leny S. Zone 3, San Isidro, Naga City 12. Pano, Arlene M. Block 21, Lot 30, Elias Angeles St. San Alfonso Homes, Pacol, N.C. 13. Panganiban, Emma Zone 3, San Isidro, Naga City C. 14. Pardinas, Ma. 4 Dover St. Monterey Village, Naga City Socorro C. 15. Samonte, Judith Cor. Dimasalang and Barlin Sts., Naga City NON-TEACHING PERSONNEL 1. Balares, Noel A. 7 San Martin St., Peńafrancia Ave. N.C. 2. Febres Ricardo N. Zone 3, San Isidro, Naga City

Name of Teachers 1. Aguila, Karen Q. 2. Asico, Maria Lourdes B. Page 14 of 19

Position Title T-I T-I

Date of Original Appt. 07- -08 01-16-02

Civil Service Eligibility LET LET

Highest Educational Attainment BS Bio BEED

Area of Specialization Science HELE

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3. Caceres, Mercedita A. 4. De los Santos, Rebecca C. 5. Francisco, Luwalhati T. 6. Moran, Corazon B. 7. Morata, Imelda T. 8. Nacario, Jennifer F. 9. Naval, Marilou L. 10. Osabal, Maria Verly N. 11. Padayao, Leny S. 12. Pańo, Arlene M. 13. Panganiban, Emma C. 14. Pardinas, Ma. Socorro C. 15. Samonte, Judith NON-TEACHING PERSONNEL 1. Balares, Noel A. 2. Febres Ricardo N a. Project Naga

M.T. II T-I T-I M.T. I T-I T-I T. II T-I T-I T-I M.T. I T-I T-I H.T. II

08-10-84 09-06-04 01-06-00 03-01-94 01-09-98 07-19-05 07-16-96 11-05-01 08-22-98 12-13-96 08-16-81 01-02-00 01-07-08 07-01-03 June ‘86



Agriculture Gen. Educ. Gen. Educ Gen. Educ./Eng. Gen. Edu/Math ,Eng Buss. Adm. Gen. Educ Gen. Educ Gen. Educ Gen. Educ Industrial Arts Gen. Educ/Fil. ECE/SPED Admin and Supervision, Educ’l Mngt.

This is a project of the Division of City Schools which is continuously being implemented in our school to develop among the pupils the “Linis Isip, Linis Bibig, Linis Puso, Linis Paligid and or the school, the Landscaping”. b. Project Hi-Class The school is continuously implementing the High-Class teaching process to minimize if not to eradicate the drop-outs and to increase pupil’s performance level. c. Seminars and Workshops All teachers concerned attended the seminars and workshops for them to be ready on their responsibility in teaching the pupils. d. Subscription of Professional Magazine The teachers continuously subscribing the Journal of Education and the Teachers that really help teachers keep abreast on the Philippine trend of education.

3. PHYSICAL PLANT DEVELOPMENT (Please see attachment # 1) School Land Area: 19,620 sq. meters

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4. SCHOOL COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP a. Project CLICK b. Brigada Basa (in partnership with USI) c. Regular conduct of homeroom PTA meetings (every quarter) and as the need arises. d. Regular conduct of General PTA assemblies (twice a year) e. Solicit the assistance of some NGOs and GOs to support the schools’ programs and projects. The school and the community through the leadership of the school Head and the Barangay Captain acted as one of the implementers of all the schools/ DepEd projects and program for the improvement of the school particularly the pupils who are the main concern of all. DATA OF LINKAGES AGENCY 1. Sa Aklat Sisikat Foundation 2. Sangguniang Kabataan 3. Barangay Officials 4. Parents-Teachers Association 5. City Government 6. University De Sta. Isabel 7. Private Individual ITEM DESCRIPTION - Teacher’s Magazine, (The Star Teacher) - school supplies - Financial Assistance on school programs and projects - Project Clean and Green man power during rabuz - computers - Scholarhips (Sanggawadan & Project Queen) - Visual Aids & Tutorial - Financial assistance on school Projects and Programs. TEXTBOOK PROFILE Grade/ Enrollment I II III IV V VI 118 92 90 82 70 74 Books Surplus Needed Surplus Needed Surplus Needed Surplus Needed Surplus Needed Surplus Needed English 42 46 37 62 14 10 Filipino 46 57 45 65 35 28 Math 19 44 19 21 44 38 Science 10 59 39 29 Social Studies 82 75 43 34 27 29

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RESOURCES GENERATION AND FUND MANAGEMENT The San Isidro Elementary School depends greatly on the Project Queen from the City Government of Naga, and on the MOOE Fund from the DepEd Division of City Schools, City of Naga. School repairs and improvement were taken out from the City Government Fund while school expenses such as electric bills, water bills, and seminar/ training expenses of teachers and principals outside the Division derived from the MOOE Fund and Project Queen.

a. CLASSROOM PROFILE FUNCTIONAL STATUS Type of Building RP - US Bayanihan ARMY Type SEDP SEDP Marcos Type Marcos Type City Building City Building Roco Building Fil-Chinese Bldg. DepEd Building GMA Building b. Desk-Pupil Ratio 1. Desk 2. Arm Chair 3. Instructional Equipment a. T.V. b. Sound System c. Computer 1:2 1:2 2 1 9 Use Academic Academic Academic HE/ Computer room Principal’s Office, Clinic & Guidance Faculty Room, Seminar Hall Academic Academic Academic Academic Academic No. of Classroom 3 2 2 2 3 3 1 2 2 2 2 2 Status Need Minor Repair Ceiling & Electric Connection are needed Need Minor Repair Need improvement Need Minor Repair Need Major For Demolition Need Minor Repair Need Minor Repair Need Minor Repair New New

SOURCES OF FUNDS MOOE PTA Funds SK Funds III. SEF Barangay Funds Fund Raising


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a. Absenteeism b. Low performance in terms of education/ school programs and projects c. Low family interest in education/ school programs and projects d. Financial support from the parents to finance school programs and projects e. Malnutrition IV. A.

- distance of house to school - bad weather - negative attitude of parents in education - non-reader - no pre-school program - Inadequate materials - lack of instructional materials - low family educational background as shown in the community Educational Profile - low family income - poverty

OBJECTIVES/TARGETS GENERAL OBJECTIVE At the end of the school year 2010 – 2011, San Isidro Elementary School is one of the performing schools in Naga City Division, in terms of academic performance. B. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES 1. The performance level of the pupils in al grade levels must be above 75% on any and all achievement tests. 2. Pupils’ performance on DAT should have increased no less than 5% over the previous year every year. 3. Provide support to pupils and school personnel through planning and information, health and nutrition, information technology, physical facilities and instructional materials. 4. Provide efficient and prompt services to teachers to facilitate the attainment of goals. 5. Monitor and supervise all teachers at least four times each every quarter without prejudice to the ten teachers supervised per month. 6. Sustain linkages with parents, LGU and other stakeholders. IMPLEMENTATION PLAN OR INTERVENTION PROGRAMS (See Attachment # 2)


VI. MONITORING AND EVALUATION PLAN A. At least 10 of the 16 teachers have been monitored and supervised per month. B. Use of the logbook to monitor teachers’ tardiness and attendance. C. Use of Personnel Locator Slip (PLS) to monitor teachers’ whereabouts. D. Strict implementation of supporting documents on PAST to support teachers’ claims on their performance ratings. E. Conduct of four (4) periodical tests as scheduled based from annual calendar of activities; conduct of summative tests at the end of every lesson; conduct of formative tests during daily lessons. F. Regular checking of teachers’ lesson plans. G. Analyze achievement tests results to identify least learned competencies. H. Provide INSET to teachers especially to least learned competencies and KSA of teachers.

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VII. COMMUNICATION, DOCUMENTATION AND REPORTING TO THE STAKEHOLDERS A. COMMUNICATION PLAN TO STAKEHOLDERS 1. Official letter to parents and benefactors 2. Memoranda to teachers 3. General Assembly of PTA


REPORTING 1. PTA General Assembly (twice a year) 2. Homeroom PTA meetings (once every quarter) 3. LGU/community/other stakeholders (as the need arises) 4. DepEd (monthly) 5. C. DOCUMENTATION PLAN 1. Record of attendance of every gatherings/meetings 2. Minutes of the meetings 3. pictures


SALVADOR M. CUSTODIO In-charge, Barangay Committee on Education

VICENTE Q. CERDON PTA President and Brgy Kagawad


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